Enable Travis-CI for a Github repository from the command line

Travis-CI is a Really Useful Engine, but I've only enabled it for a handful of my GitHub repositories because navigating though GitHub's settings to do so is a bit of a pain.

Seemed like this should be scriptable though - turns out it is! Edit that script to include your GitHub login details, and Travis-CI details, save it as travis-status somewhere in your $PATH, chmod +x travis-status and you're ready to go!

Running travis-status in a project's root directory (and I'm assuming the project's root directory has the same name as the repository's slug) with no parameters will print out a list of all event hooks for the project (not just Travis ones). Running it and passing "1" or "0" as the parameter will enable or disable Travis for the project.


I travis gem:

gem install travis
travis enable

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