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GIT-REPL(1)			  Git Extras			   GIT-REPL(1)

NAME
       git-repl	- git read-eval-print-loop

SYNOPSIS
       git-repl

DESCRIPTION
       Git  read-eval-print-loop.  Let's  you  run git commands	without	typing
       'git'.

       Commands	can be prefixed	with an	exclamation mark (!) to	be interpreted
       as a regular command.

       Type exit or quit to end	the repl session.

COMMANDS
       <command>

       Interpreted as git <command>.

       !<command>

       Interpreted as <command>	(not through git).

       ls

       Equivalent of 'git ls-files'.

       exit|quit

       Ends the	repl session.

EXAMPLES
       $ git repl
       git version 2.9.2
       git-extras version 3.0.0
       type 'ls' to ls files below current directory,
       '!command' to execute any command or just 'subcommand' to execute any git subcommand

       git (master)> ls-files
       History.md
       Makefile
       Readme.md
       bin/git-changelog
       bin/git-count
       bin/git-delete-branch
       bin/git-delete-tag
       bin/git-ignore
       bin/git-release

       git (master)> !echo Straight from the shell!
       Straight	from the shell!

       git (master)> quit

AUTHOR
       Written by Tj Holowaychuk <tj@vision-media.ca>

REPORTING BUGS
       <https://github.com/tj/git-extras/issues>

SEE ALSO
       <https://github.com/tj/git-extras>

				  August 2016			   GIT-REPL(1)

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