Last built 2 years ago using go version go1.5.2 linux/amd64 and 40 seconds of time
Gitgo provides Go functions for interacting with Git repositories.
Unlike libgit2, which is written in C, Gitgo is written in pure Go, and can be compiled and cross-compiled easily for all platforms supported by Go.
$ go get github.com/ChimeraCoder/gitgo
Full documentation is available on GoDoc.
Gitgo is a library intended to be used by other applications, rather than a replacement for the
git command-line tools. However, gitgo does provide the
gitgo binary, which is used for testing the gitgo library functions and demonstrating their functionality:
$ cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/ChimeraCoder/gitgo $ gitgo log 1d833eb5b6c5369c0cb7a4a3e20ded237490145f commit 1d833eb5b6c5369c0cb7a4a3e20ded237490145f Author: aditya <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Mon Apr 6 15:49:15 2015 -0400 Parse git object into struct and add corresponding test commit a7f92c920ce85f07a33f948aa4fa2548b270024f Author: aditya <email@example.com> Date: Fri Apr 3 12:38:24 2015 -0400 Add CatFile function and corresponding test commit 97eed02ebe122df8fdd853c1215d8775f3d9f1a1 Author: aditya <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Fri Apr 3 11:45:00 2015 -0400 First commit. Create .gitignore
Note that the
gitgo binary does not support all (or even most) of the functions provided by the gitgo library; it is intended for demonstration purposes and testing only.