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Discussion on: git-remind: Do you forget to git commit/git push?

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tux0r

This makes no sense unless you only have your own code on your computer. In my case, roughly 10 of 11 (?) Git repositories are clones of other people's code - and keeping an eye on the last one is relatively easy.

Do you have a specific use case for a whole bunch of "dirty" Git repositories which all need to be kept up-to-date by you at the same time?

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alevinetx

I usually have a good 10 repos going at any point in time, often swapping branches, too. I can't speak to the usefulness of this tool, yet, but I'm definitely intrigued.

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rouzbeh

why wouldn't you be able to use it with a forked or cloned repo? are you always committing your gitconfig? are you not downloading the repos locally to work on them? not sure i understand what you mean