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# <img alt='tea logo' src='https://gitea.com/repo-avatars/550-80a3a8c2ab0e2c2d69f296b7f8582485' height="40"/> *T E A*
[![License: MIT](https://img.shields.io/badge/License-MIT-blue.svg)](https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT)
[![Join the chat at https://img.shields.io/discord/322538954119184384.svg](https://img.shields.io/discord/322538954119184384.svg)](https://discord.gg/Gitea)
[![Go Report Card](https://goreportcard.com/badge/code.gitea.io/tea)](https://goreportcard.com/report/code.gitea.io/tea) [![GoDoc](https://pkg.go.dev/badge/code.gitea.io/tea?status.svg)](https://godoc.org/code.gitea.io/tea)
## The official CLI for Gitea
![demo gif](./demo.gif)
tea - command line tool to interact with Gitea
version 0.8.0-preview
tea command [subcommand] [command options] [arguments...]
tea is a productivity helper for Gitea. It can be used to manage most entities on
one or multiple Gitea instances & provides local helpers like 'tea pr checkout'.
tea tries to make use of context provided by the repository in $PWD if available.
tea works best in a upstream/fork workflow, when the local main branch tracks the
upstream repo. tea assumes that local git state is published on the remote before
doing operations with tea. Configuration is persisted in $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/tea.
help, h Shows a list of commands or help for one command
issues, issue, i List, create and update issues
pulls, pull, pr Manage and checkout pull requests
labels, label Manage issue labels
milestones, milestone, ms List and create milestones
releases, release, r Manage releases
times, time, t Operate on tracked times of a repository's issues & pulls
organizations, organization, org List, create, delete organizations
repos, repo Show repository details
comment, c Add a comment to an issue / pr
open, o Open something of the repository in web browser
notifications, notification, n Show notifications
clone, C Clone a repository locally
logins, login Log in to a Gitea server
logout Log out from a Gitea server
shellcompletion, autocomplete Install shell completion for tea
whoami Show current logged in user
--help, -h show help (default: false)
--version, -v print the version (default: false)
tea login add # add a login once to get started
tea pulls # list open pulls for the repo in $PWD
tea pulls --repo $HOME/foo # list open pulls for the repo in $HOME/foo
tea pulls --remote upstream # list open pulls for the repo pointed at by
# your local "upstream" git remote
# list open pulls for any gitea repo at the given login instance
tea pulls --repo gitea/tea --login gitea.com
tea milestone issues 0.7.0 # view open issues for milestone '0.7.0'
tea issue 189 # view contents of issue 189
tea open 189 # open web ui for issue 189
tea open milestones # open web ui for milestones
# send gitea desktop notifications every 5 minutes (bash + libnotify)
while :; do tea notifications --mine -o simple | xargs -i notify-send {}; sleep 300; done
Written & maintained by The Gitea Authors.
If you find a bug or want to contribute, we'll welcome you at https://gitea.com/gitea/tea.
More info about Gitea itself on https://about.gitea.com.
- [Compare features with other git forge CLIs](./FEATURE-COMPARISON.md)
- tea uses [code.gitea.io/sdk](https://code.gitea.io/sdk) and interacts with the Gitea API.
## Installation
There are different ways to get `tea`:
1. Install via your system package manager:
- macOS via `brew` (official):
brew install tea
- arch linux ([gitea-tea-git](https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/gitea-tea-git), thirdparty)
- alpine linux ([tea](https://pkgs.alpinelinux.org/packages?name=tea&branch=edge), thirdparty)
- Windows via `MSYS2` ([tea](https://packages.msys2.org/base/mingw-w64-tea), thirdparty)
2. Use the prebuilt binaries from [dl.gitea.com](https://dl.gitea.com/tea/)
3. Install from source: [see *Compilation*](#compilation)
4. Docker (thirdparty): [tgerczei/tea](https://hub.docker.com/r/tgerczei/tea)
5. asdf (thirdparty): [mvaldes14/asdf-tea](https://github.com/mvaldes14/asdf-tea)
## Compilation
Make sure you have a current go version installed (1.13 or newer).
- To compile the source yourself with the recommended flags & tags:
git clone https://gitea.com/gitea/tea.git # or: tea clone gitea.com/gitea/tea ;)
cd tea
Note that GNU Make (gmake on OpenBSD) is required.
If you want to install the compiled program you have to execute the following command:
make install
This installs the binary into the "bin" folder inside of your GOPATH folder (`go env GOPATH`). It is possible that this folder isn't in your PATH Environment Variable.
- For a quick installation without `git` & `make`, set $version and exec:
go install code.gitea.io/tea@${version}
## Contributing
Fork -> Patch -> Push -> Pull Request
- `make test` run testsuite
- `make vet` run checks (check the order of imports; preventing failure on CI pipeline beforehand)
- ... (for other development tasks, check the `Makefile`)
**Please** read the [CONTRIBUTING](CONTRIBUTING.md) documentation, it will tell you about internal structures and concepts.
## License
This project is under the MIT License. See the [LICENSE](LICENSE) file for the
full license text.