giteveryday - Linux


giteveryday is a productivity-enhancing utility designed to streamline your daily Git workflows and provide convenient access to commonly used commands.


giteveryday [command] [options]


  • -r | –repository: Specify a specific Git repository directory. Defaults to the current working directory.
  • -g | –glob: Use a glob pattern to match remote repositories.
  • -i | –immediate: Execute the command without prompting for confirmation.
  • -n | –dry-run: Simulate the command without making any actual changes.
  • -v | –verbose: Display detailed output for debugging purposes.


Initiating a New Repository

giteveryday new my-project

Cloning a Remote Repository

giteveryday clone

Pushing Changes to a Remote Repository

giteveryday push origin main

Pulling Changes from a Remote Repository

giteveryday pull origin main

Common Issues

  • Permission Denied: Ensure you have sufficient permissions to access the specified repository.
  • Invalid Remote URL: Verify that the remote repository URL is correct and accessible.
  • Conflict Resolution: If there are merge conflicts when pulling, resolve them manually before continuing.


  • Use with Git Alias: Create a Git alias to simplify common giteveryday commands. For example: alias gc='giteveryday commit'
  • Pipeline Integration: Incorporate giteveryday commands into automated pipelines for continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD).

Related Commands

  • git: The core Git command-line interface.
  • hub: A wrapper around Git that simplifies interactions with GitHub.
  • magit: A cross-platform GUI for Git.