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gitgitr - Automatically fetch and build the most recent git.
gitgitr -- fetches and builds the most recent version of git gitgitr -t -- fetches and builds the most recent version of git, and runs the test suite prior to installation gitgitr -v 1.8.0 -- fetches and builds version 1.8.0 of git
gitgitr is a tiny utility to simplify building the most recent (or,
really, any arbitrary) version of
git. This is something you
probably only really need if you’re obsessive about running the most
recent version of
git, or if you maintain something like
Git::Wrapper, where the ability to quickly install a particular
git version comes up way more often than you would like.
--help / -h
Displays basically the same information you’re currently soaking in.
--no_symlink / -N
/opt/git to the new build directory
--prefix / -p
Installation prefix for the current build. Defaults to
--reinstall / -r
gitgitr will not build a version that’s already
installed. This flag will force it to build a version even if it is
--run_tests / -t
gitgitr run the
git test suite after building and before
installing. If the test suite fails, the build will not be
installed. Disabled by default because the test suite takes a really
long time to run.
--verbose / -V
gitgitr be a lot more chatty about what it’s doing
--version / -v
Specifies what version of
git to build. Defaults to the most recent
version as found on the front page of http://git-scm.com
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This software is copyright (c) 2016 by John SJ Anderson.
This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.