grgit - The Groovy way to use Git.

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JGit provides a powerful Java API for interacting with Git repositories. However, in a Groovy context it feels very cumbersome, making it harder to express the operations you want to perform without being surrounded by a lot of cruft. Grgit is a wrapper over JGit that provides a fluent API for interacting with Git repositories in Groovy-based tooling.

https://github.com/ajoberstar/grgit

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