Easy Git is a Visual Studio Code extension that automatically commits changes to a Git repository whenever a file is saved. This extension is designed to streamline the workflow for developers by reducing the repetitive task of manually committing small changes.
Automatic Commit on Save: Automatically performs a Git commit operation when a file is saved.
Customizable Commit Messages: Auto-generates a commit message which can be edited by the user before committing.
Enable/Disable Commands: Quickly toggle the Auto Commit functionality on or off directly from VS Code.
Open Visual Studio Code.
Press Ctrl+P to open the Quick Open dialog.
Type ext install easygit and press Enter.
Once installed, the extension will be activated automatically.
Enable Easy Git: To enable Auto Commit, open the Command Palette (Ctrl+Shift+P), and type Enable Easy Git. Select the command to activate the feature.
Disable Easy Git: To disable Auto Commit, open the Command Palette and type Disable Easy Git. Select the command to deactivate the feature.
Committing Changes: Simply save your file (Ctrl+S), and a commit will be made with an auto-generated message. You will be prompted to edit the commit message before the commit is finalized.
This extension contributes the following commands:
easygit.enable: Enable the Auto Commit feature.
easygit.disable: Disable the Auto Commit feature.
Currently, the extension does not support multi-root workspaces.
The extension needs to be manually enabled after restarting VS Code.
Initial release of Easy Git
Auto commit on file save.
Editable commit messages.
If you have any issues or feature requests, please report them to our GitHub repository.
This extension is licensed under the Apache License 2.0.