A helper script that makes setting up remote git repositories a snap.
Note: I don’t use alpha/beta in the version numbers until I have a first real release because of how Ruby Gems handles them.
RUGS has three main functions:
Creates a local git repository and directory structure using default templates or ones you create.
Sets up a remote repository to mirror your local one.
Adds a framework of git hooks allowing you to store and run your own hooks in directly from the repo.
RUGS makes creating remote repos as simple as `rugs create repo_name on server_name`.
RUGS even allows you to automatically embed your Git hooks in the repo itself. No more jumping through hoops to make sure your hooks are maintained with your project; with RUGS you just store your hook scripts in the `git_hooks` directory and they’re automatically updated and run. \
Once you’ve set up your project using RUGS you just use Git as you normally would with the exception of your hooks being the in `git_hooks` directory.