Shipa is open sourcing Ketch, Shipa's deployment engine, under Apache License Version 2.0.
Perforce Software announced the release of the Helix TeamHub Command-Line Client (hth-cli).
hth-cli is a command-line tool to enable developers to execute Git commands across repositories and gain speed.
When working with Git, there are multiple reasons to break up a project into multiple repos. But with more repositories comes more work, especially on the command line. Git requires a command to be executed on each repository independently. Although some larger companies might create scripts to streamline this process, these are costly and time consuming to maintain. hth-cli solves this challenge by enabling developers to perform Git commands across multiple repositories. They can run commands such as sync, checkout, status, diff, and commit across an entire project. hth-cli also enables multirepo code reviews when used with Helix4Git, allowing developers to review multiple changes at once and merge them atomically.
"Enterprises who want to use Git experience huge challenges with scale," said Brad Hart, CTO at Perforce. "By bringing their Git repositories into Helix TeamHub and using hth-cli, they can finally scale Git to meet their needs."
Brent Schiestl, Senior Product Manager at Perforce, adds: "Using hth-cli will increase developer velocity, as well as boost Git performance."