copernicium

MIT Gem Version Build Status Code Climate

Repository for Team Copernicium's DVCS.

installation

$ [sudo] gem install copernicium

cn usage

starting out
init - create a new repository
status - check repo status
history - show repo commits
help - show more commands
commands
commit [files] <-m message>
branch [opt] [branch]
  -r | rename current branch
  -c | create a new branch
  -d | delete a branch
checkout <commit id> [files]
clean [files] [commit/branch]
clone <user> <remote url>
push <user> <remote url>
pull <user> <remote url>
merge <branch>
options
-v: print version
-h: show help

Note: [optional] <required>

troubleshooting

Note: clone, push and pull require ssh keys to be setup on the hosting server.

If you are having trouble installing Copernicium as a ruby gem, you can try the following to install it in a PATH folder where you have write access. For example, this will install cn in ~/bin:

$ gem install copernicium -n~/bin

ssh keys

If SSH keys are not setup, you will be required to provide a user and password for each use of the push, pull and clone methods. In order to avoid this, SSH keys can be used, which allow the user to only supply a password. First, change to the .ssh folder in the home directory of the user:

$ cd ~/.ssh

To generate an ssh key on the local machine, use the command:

$ ssh-keygen -t dsa

Use the provided configurations from the program and do not enter a password. Once this is done, you will have the files id_dsa and id_dsa.pub in the .ssh folder. You will need to move the contents of the public key to your remote server. Copy the contents of the id_dsa.pub file and log onto the remote server. Navigate to the .ssh folder and open the authorized_keys file and add the contents of the public key to a line:

$ cd ~/.ssh
$ echo [public key info] > authorized_keys

You should now be able to use the push, pull, and origin functions using only the username.

development

First, clone this repository:

$ git clone https://github.com/jeremywrnr/copernicium.git

To install all runtime and testing dependencies, run:

$ [sudo] gem install rake
$ rake setup

To run the entire test suite, run rake test. To run a specific test suite:

$ rake test[pushpull]

To show information about each module's tests, and branches commits, run:

$ rake info

relevant links:

todos

  • checkout commits by semantic id
  • refactor ui logic code into modules