Since git allows you to run scripts as if they were git commands, this will show how to create a command for creating a pull request from the terminal.
- Create a file with the following name "git-pull-request", we can put it inside ~/.git/extensions for instance. Add the following content to the file
#!/usr/local/bin/bash repo=`git remote -v | grep -m 1 "(push)" | sed -e "s/.*github.com[:/]\(.*\)\.git.*/\1/"` branch=`git name-rev --name-only HEAD` echo "... creating pull request for branch \"$branch\" in \"$repo\"" open https://github.com/$repo/pull/new/$branch
- Then make it executable, in the console run:
chmod +x ~/.git/extensions/git-pull-request
- Add the path to the folder containing this script to your $PATH environment variable. Open your ~/.bash_profile (or ~/.basrc) and add:
Then you should be able to create a pull request of the current branch where you're from the terminal by running: