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GitGitlab 1.1

gitlab for git

Latest Version: 1.16

GitGitLab allows you to create Gitlab projects and set them as remote source for your git checkouts.


sudo pip install gitgitlab


$ git init
$ git touch 'readme.txt'
$ git add readme.txt
$ git commit -am 'initial commit'
$ git lab create my_project -t
  Project my_project created on Gitlab
$ git remotes

Using a custom Gitlab server

By default, gitgitlab uses as the Gitlab server url. If you are using your own Gitlab server, you can configure it using git config.

Configure your custom Gitlab server globally:

$ git config --global --replace-all gitlab.url <your server url>

Configure your custom Gitlab server only for the current repository:

$ git config --replace-all gitlab.url <your server url>

gitgitlab will try to connect to <your server url>/api/v3


gitgitlab will only use your custom Gitlab server when inside of a git repository.

Command overview

git lab list
List your Gitlab projects
git lab create <project name>
Create a project on Gitlab
git lab track <project name>
Set this project as remote for your local repository.
git lab open <project name>
Open a Gitlab project page. If <project name> is omitted, uses the project on the ‘gitlab’ remote of the repository on the current directory.

Listing your projects

git lab list lists all the projects that you own and their repository url.

Creating a new project

git lab create <project_name> creates a new private project on Gitlab.

git lab create <project_name> –track creates a new private project and sets it up as remote.

Setting up an existing project to track the local repository

git lab track <project_name> Adds a gitlab project as remote.

Obtaining help

git lab help
git lab <command> –help
Help for a specific command.

More information

See also the project documentation.

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