GitHub is great, but it’s always nice to have a backup plan in case something goes wrong. That’s where Uhoh comes in. Uhoh lets you back up your GitHub repos quickly and conveniently using, well, Git.
Uhoh queries the GitHub API for a list of repos (which can be filtered by owner and name), then checks its backup location for a clone. If it finds one, then it runs a
git pull. If not, it runs a
git clone. Either way, you end up with a backup copy of your repos and a tiny bit less to worry about.
Check out Uhoh on GitHub: https://github.com/TravisWheelerLab/uhoh. The README contains basic instructions for use. See the releases page for pre-compiled downloads.
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[…] That’s where Uhoh comes in. Uhoh lets you back up all your GitHub repos quickly and conveniently using, well, Git. Thanks to the incomparable George Lesica for that (see his original release post). […]
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