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Top 23 Python Git Projects

  • devops-exercises

    Linux, Jenkins, AWS, SRE, Prometheus, Docker, Python, Ansible, Git, Kubernetes, Terraform, OpenStack, SQL, NoSQL, Azure, GCP, DNS, Elastic, Network, Virtualization. DevOps Interview Questions

    Project mention: DevOps Interview Questions | reddit.com/r/devops | 2022-06-27
  • dvc

    🦉Data Version Control | Git for Data & Models | ML Experiments Management

    Project mention: Alternative for git with big file | reddit.com/r/datascience | 2022-07-13

    If you need to manage data concurrently with git, especially if you want to version control the data similar to how git version controls code, you could look into something like DVC. It has the ability to sync data files with a bunch of different protocols / cloud services (ssh, AWS, etc)

  • SonarQube

    Static code analysis for 29 languages.. Your projects are multi-language. So is SonarQube analysis. Find Bugs, Vulnerabilities, Security Hotspots, and Code Smells so you can release quality code every time. Get started analyzing your projects today for free.

  • pre-commit

    A framework for managing and maintaining multi-language pre-commit hooks.

    Project mention: Validating cloudFormation templates | reddit.com/r/devops | 2022-08-07
  • dev-setup

    macOS development environment setup: Easy-to-understand instructions with automated setup scripts for developer tools like Vim, Sublime Text, Bash, iTerm, Python data analysis, Spark, Hadoop MapReduce, AWS, Heroku, JavaScript web development, Android development, common data stores, and dev-based OS X defaults.

    Project mention: Automate Mac setup? | reddit.com/r/macsysadmin | 2022-04-10

    Something like this at least is the most direct answer to your question, as opposed to "you're doing it wrong" which unfortunately seems to be more upvoted. An example of something like this might be https://github.com/donnemartin/dev-setup

  • legit

    Git for Humans, Inspired by GitHub for Mac™.

    Project mention: Magit, the Magical Git Interface | news.ycombinator.com | 2021-10-22
  • yadm

    Yet Another Dotfiles Manager

    Project mention: What's the best way to have a dotfiles repo? | reddit.com/r/linux | 2022-08-14

    I personally like to use a dotfile manager, so I don't have to make the symlinks myself, for example. YADM allows you to manage your dotfiles with them in place. Easy-peasy. I have two repos, one for my home dotfiles and another one for my system-wide ones:

  • pre-commit-hooks

    Some out-of-the-box hooks for pre-commit

    Project mention: Gitlab CI with docker compose | dev.to | 2022-08-06

    repos: - repo: https://github.com/pre-commit/pre-commit-hooks rev: v3.3.0 hooks: - id: check-yaml args: ["--allow-multiple-documents"] - repo: local hooks: - id: forbidden-files name: forbidden files entry: found copier update rejection files; review them and remove them language: fail files: "\\.rej$" - id: black name: black entry: poetry run black language: system types: [python] - id: flake8 name: flake8 entry: poetry run flake8 language: system types: [python] - id: isort name: isort entry: poetry run isort --settings-path=. language: system types: [python] - id: pyupgrade name: pyupgrade entry: poetry run pyupgrade language: system types: [python] args: [--py310-plus] - id: mypy name: mypy description: Check python types. entry: poetry run mypy language: system types: [python]

  • Scout APM

    Less time debugging, more time building. Scout APM allows you to find and fix performance issues with no hassle. Now with error monitoring and external services monitoring, Scout is a developer's best friend when it comes to application development.

  • git-imerge

    Incremental merge for git

    Project mention: Git-imerge: Incremental merge for Git | news.ycombinator.com | 2022-07-11
  • nbdime

    Tools for diffing and merging of Jupyter notebooks.

    Project mention: Ask HN: Are there any good Diff tools for Jupyter Notebooks? | news.ycombinator.com | 2022-05-22

    [5] ReviewNB for reviewing & diff'ing notebook PRs / Commits on GitHub

    Disclaimer: While I’m the author of last two (GitPlus & ReviewNB), I’ve represented the overall landscape in an unbiased way. I've been working on this specific problem for 3+ years & regularly talk to teams who use GitHub with notebooks.

    [1] https://nbdime.readthedocs.io

  • gitfs

    Version controlled file system

    Project mention: Gitfs: Version Controlled File System | news.ycombinator.com | 2022-07-25
  • git-of-theseus

    Analyze how a Git repo grows over time

    Project mention: Rich Hickey – open-source is Not About You | news.ycombinator.com | 2022-07-02

    I guess one good example (that was mentioned just yesterday here on HN) would be Flask vs FastAPI: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=31953470 - "There are no open issues or pull requests on Flask "

    Quick count finds that FastAPI has 48422 lines of code, while Flask has 9995. Flask just achieved "Zero standing issues/PRs" while FastAPI has 1.1K open issues and ~500 open PRs.

    Large surface area/API quickly leads to be overwhelmed when you're trying to maintain it. Adding new features/fixing existing ones becomes harder as well.

    Best bet to make sure something is maintainable over time is to add as little as possible to it, and if you really have to, make sure you're also removing something at the same time.

    Otherwise you need a massive team just to be able to "survive" and not making things rot.

    There is this blogpost as well about the "half-life of code": https://erikbern.com/2016/12/05/the-half-life-of-code.html

    Someone run that tool on the Clojure codebase as well, and it really shows how well the Clojure codebase has been written, as most code that was initially written is still there and does what it needs, without having to be rewritten.

  • git-cola

    git-cola: The highly caffeinated Git GUI

    Project mention: I think the real reason why people think using the terminal is required on Linux is a direct result of the Linux terminal being so much better than the Windows terminal | reddit.com/r/linux | 2022-07-28

    i still don't know how to split one commit into multiples (without going insane (if it's even possible)) without a gui like https://github.com/git-cola/git-cola, and that should be a simple operation (especially with git's "split every change into individual commits make it easier to cherry pick" conventions)

  • pyscaffold

    🛠 Python project template generator with batteries included

    Project mention: ScheduledThreadPoolExecutor in Python | dev.to | 2022-06-20

    Scheduled Thread Pool Executor Scheduled Thread Pool Executor implementation in python Makes use of delayed queue implementation to submit tasks to the thread pool. Usage from scheduled_thread_pool_executor import ScheduledThreadPoolExecutor scheduled_executor = ScheduledThreadPoolExecutor(max_workers=5) scheduled_executor.schedule(task, 0) # equals to schedule once, where task is a callable scheduled_executor.schedule_at_fixed_rate(task, 0, 5) # schedule immediately and run periodically for every 5 secs scheduled_executor.schedule_at_fixed_delay(task, 5, 10) # schedule after 5secs (initial delay) and run periodically for every 10secs Note This project has been set up using PyScaffold 4.1.1. For details and usage information on PyScaffold see https://pyscaffold.org/.

  • dotdrop

    Save your dotfiles once, deploy them everywhere

    Project mention: How would you backup nvim config (like AstroNvim) to dotfiles? | reddit.com/r/neovim | 2022-06-19

    I am currently using AstroNvim config and I like it. I use dotdrop for backing up my dotfiles. I would like to backup my AstroNvim config to my dotfiles. Here is the current directory structure of my ~/.config/nvim:

  • commitizen

    Create committing rules for projects :rocket: auto bump versions :arrow_up: and auto changelog generation :open_file_folder:

    Project mention: Life is Too Short to Review Spaces | dev.to | 2022-08-01

    commitizen makes sure our commit messages meet our company requirements, which is a format derived from semantic-release  where we require to also put the related GitLab issue’s number. Here is an example of a valid GitGuardian commit message:

  • gita

    Manage many git repos with sanity 从容管理多个git库

    Project mention: mani, a CLI Tool to Manage Multiple Repositories | dev.to | 2022-05-02

    gita

  • GitHacker

    🕷️ A `.git` folder exploiting tool that is able to restore the entire Git repository, including stash, common branches, common tags.

    Project mention: Please remove that .git folder | dev.to | 2022-06-22

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  • nbstripout

    strip output from Jupyter and IPython notebooks

    Project mention: Ask HN: Are there any good Diff tools for Jupyter Notebooks? | news.ycombinator.com | 2022-05-22

    I used something as a precommit hook in the past that remove plots and other rendered content and only kept text and code in git index. I'm almost sure it was https://github.com/kynan/nbstripout but it's been a while and I could be wrong.

    Once the hook was in place git diff worked well enough to not need any other diffing tool.

  • git-dumper

    A tool to dump a git repository from a website

    Project mention: Write-up: Git Exposed, weak password reset and account takeover. | dev.to | 2022-08-02
  • Memacs

    What did I do on February 14th 2007? Visualize your (digital) life in Org-mode

    Project mention: [Poll] Best software for hoarders and curators? | reddit.com/r/datacurator | 2022-06-14

    Memacs - a framework for integrating various data sources into Org-mode

  • git-repo-updater

    A console script that allows you to easily update multiple git repositories at once

  • Klaus

    docker run klaus / pip install klaus — the first Git web viewer that Just Works™.

    Project mention: Phabricator replacement? | Or OpenProject alternative? | issue tracking/code | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 2022-08-02

    Klaus - See Gitea explanation

  • pydriller

    Python Framework to analyse Git repositories

    Project mention: Pydriller: Python Framework to analyse Git repositories | news.ycombinator.com | 2022-07-25
NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020). The latest post mention was on 2022-08-14.

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Index

What are some of the best open-source Git projects in Python? This list will help you:

Project Stars
1 devops-exercises 28,259
2 dvc 10,132
3 pre-commit 8,614
4 dev-setup 5,778
5 legit 5,686
6 yadm 3,554
7 pre-commit-hooks 3,215
8 git-imerge 2,469
9 nbdime 2,269
10 gitfs 2,268
11 git-of-theseus 1,985
12 git-cola 1,898
13 pyscaffold 1,550
14 dotdrop 1,362
15 commitizen 1,188
16 gita 1,179
17 GitHacker 987
18 nbstripout 926
19 git-dumper 912
20 Memacs 839
21 git-repo-updater 708
22 Klaus 625
23 pydriller 610
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