CLI-PR; A simple bash script for issuing Pull Requests to Github over Command Line

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Every single day, we commit code hundreds of times. But people spend a little bit of time opening up Github on a web interface (most of our developers hate it) and click through to issue a Pull Request.

We think this is old-fashioned, and here’s a simple script we wrote to make this process much easier. All that you will have to do is just run bash

Here’s how you can use it:

  1. Download this repo
  2. Copy the to code directory
  3. Install Hub
  4. Open and change the repo name, upstream name, company name, and branch name
  5. After you write great code and commit, run bash to issue a PR.

We believe that this could save you a little bit of time. Hope you enjoy it.

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