lolcommits takes a snapshot with your webcam every time you git commit code, and archives a lolcat style image with it. Git blame has never been so much fun!
This plugin uploads each lolcommit to a remote server after capturing. You configure the plugin by setting a remote endpoint to handle the HTTP post request. The following params will be sent:
file- captured lolcommit image file
message- the commit message
repo- repository name e.g. mroth/lolcommits
sha- commit SHA
author_name- the commit author name
author_email- the commit author email address
key- optional key (string) from plugin config
You can also set an optional HTTP Basic Auth header (username and/or password).
After installing the lolcommits gem, install this plugin with:
$ gem install lolcommits-uploldz
Then configure to enable and set the remote endpoint:
$ lolcommits --config -p uploldz # set enabled to `true` # set the remote endpoint (must begin with http(s)://) # optionally set a key (sent in params) and/or HTTP Basic Auth credentials
That’s it! Provided the endpoint responds correctly, your next lolcommit will be uploaded to it. To disable use:
$ lolcommits --config -p uploldz # and set enabled to `false`
Check out this repo and run
bin/setup, this will install all dependencies and
generate docs. Use
bundle exec rake to run all tests and generate a coverage
You can also run
bin/console for an interactive prompt that will allow you to
experiment with the gem code.
MiniTest is used for testing. Run the test suite with:
$ rake test
Generate docs for this gem with:
$ rake rdoc
If you think something is broken or missing, please raise a new issue. Take a moment to check it hasn’t been raised in the past (and possibly closed).
The gem is available as open source under the terms of LGPL-3.