The Git Flutter CLI is a tool to save you time when using standard SDLCs from your computer’s command line.
Usage: git flutter [command] Available Commands: feature Create a feature branch for your work. help Help about any command hotfix Create a hotfix branch based on the config file init init commands list Generates lists for portfolio view release release command status Displays the status of the current repo sync Syncs the current branch (if needed) tag tag command Flags: --cache string application cache file (default "/home/runner/.git-flutter.cache.v9") -f, --fetch-expiration duration time till fetch remote again (default 1h0m0s) --no-check-version doesn't check for updated version --no-network doesn't perform network operations -v, --verbose verbose log output Use "git flutter [command] --help" for more information about a command.
Your usage of this tool will depend on your choice of workflow and branching model. This section contains reference documentation for each command, and your chosen SDLC will document its usage for that specific approach.
status(docs & examples): showing you the current status of a repository checkout.
init(docs & examples): setup and config the SDLC for your repository.
feature(docs & examples): get started on a new feature.
release(docs & examples): start a new release.
tag(docs & examples): semver tag a branch to trigger further processes like deployment.
hotfix(docs & examples): get started on a hotfix for the current release.
sync(docs & examples): keep your branch up to date with repository activity by merging release and hotfix changes.
The CLI is supported by the Inner Source Team who can be contacted for help & support. By all means raise bugs/feature requests as GitHub issues in the fsc-cli-tool repository. Direct feature or bugfix contributions are also very welcome.