This is a simple command line utility that allow you to upload all the files that you changed locally to a remote server.
$ npm install -g git-upload-changes
Usage: git-rsync [OPTIONS] REMOTE Upload all the files that you changed locally to a remote server. Options: -n, --commits Use the lastest N commits. -h, --help Display this page. -v, --version Display the version number and exit.
REMOTE should be an
ssh:// - URL, optionally containing the SSH password. If you do not want to expose your passwords in your history, you can omit it. The program will prompt you for your password instead.
All files will be uploaded using your git directory as the base. For example, if you change
src/index.js in your repository and specify
firstname.lastname@example.org:/home/user/project/ as your REMOTE, the file will be uploaded to
NOTE: Existing files on your server WILL GET OVERRIDEN by this tool. Also, it does not check for additional uncommited changes before uploading. Please make sure all the files are ready to be uploaded before running this program.