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GIT Web Terminal

This project was created using isomorphic-git and other libraries, you can check which ones was used when you follow this link that will execute credits command in terminal.

First version of the app was created on codepen.

Usage

Steps to make changes to remote git repo (tested with github):

  1. clone repo using git clone (using https url),
  2. cd to directory,
  3. edit file using vi or emacs,
  4. use git login and put your credentials (user/pass is for push and the rest is for commit),
  5. use git commit -am "message" or git add -A then git commit -m "<MESSAGE>",
  6. use git push to push your changes to remote.

Web app viewer

If you're working on web app you can open it from browser just prefix the path with __browserfs__ the app is using service worker to serve files from browser fs. So if you clone this repo you will be able to view the local file using https://jcubic.github.io/git/__browserfs__/git/. If you open directory that don't have index.html it will display page with directory listing like normal web server.

Contributors

To see list of contributors you can check credits command.

Proxy

Proxy used to fetch files from remote repositories is located on my hosting https://jcubic.pl/proxy.php. You can read the source code of that file here (it's in commit because I've needed to delete it because of GPL license).

License

Licensed under MIT license

Copyright (c) 2018 Jakub Jankiewicz

Our Mission

We want to make open source more sustainable. The entire platform was born from this and everything we do is in aid of this.

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