Autogit vs gitsome: What are the differences?
Developers describe Autogit as "Automatically execute commands across multiple Git repos". Define commands, using plugins, to execute across all your repositories. Autogit allows you to automate many tedious tasks. On the other hand, gitsome is detailed as "A Git/Shell Autocompleter with GitHub Integration". Enables autocompletion and provides interactive help for the following: Git commands, Git options, Git branches, tags, etc, Git-Extras commands, GitHub integration commands.
Autogit and gitsome can be primarily classified as "Git" tools.
Some of the features offered by Autogit are:
- Pull/push to/from origin, across all your repositories, with one command.
- Edit multiple readmes and have autogit make the commits and pushing them, maybe even bumping the projects' versions and publishing them.
- Synchronize all your repositories' descriptions and keywords with GitHub.
On the other hand, gitsome provides the following key features:
- Command History
- Customizable Highlighting
Autogit and gitsome are both open source tools. It seems that gitsome with 6.52K GitHub stars and 344 forks on GitHub has more adoption than Autogit with 433 GitHub stars and 14 GitHub forks.