This command displays a list of repositories in a separate buffer.
magit-repository-directories controls which repositories are
This option controls what columns are displayed by the command
magit-list-repositories and how they are displayed.
Each element has the form
(HEADER WIDTH FORMAT PROPS).
HEADER is the string displayed in the header. WIDTH is the width
of the column. FORMAT is a function that is called with one
argument, the repository identification (usually its basename),
default-directory bound to the toplevel of its working
tree. It has to return a string to be inserted or nil. PROPS is
an alist that supports the keys
:sort function has a weird interface described in the
magit-repolist-version< can be used as those functions are
automatically replaced with functions that satisfy the interface.
nil to inhibit sorting; if unspecified, then the
column is sortable using the default sorter.
You may wish to display a range of numeric columns using just one
character per column and without any padding between columns, in
which case you should use an appropriate HEADER, set WIDTH to 1,
:pad-right to 9.
+ is substituted for numbers higher than 9.
The following functions can be added to the above option:
This function inserts the identification of the repository. Usually this is just its basename.
This function inserts the absolute path of the repository.
This function inserts a description of the repository’s
This function inserts the name of the current branch.
This function inserts the name of the upstream branch of the current branch.
This function inserts the number of branches.
This function inserts the number of stashes.
This function inserts a flag as specified by
By default this indicates whether there are uncommitted changes.
Nif there is at least one untracked file.
Uif there is at least one unstaged file.
Sif there is at least one staged file.
Only the first one of these that applies is shown.
This functions insert all flags as specified by
This is an alternative to function
which only lists the first one found.
This function inserts the number of upstream commits not in the current branch.
This function inserts the number of commits in the push branch but not the current branch.
This function inserts the number of commits in the current branch but not its upstream.
This function inserts the number of commits in the current branch but not its push branch.
The following commands are available in repolist buffers:
This command shows the status for the repository at point.
This command marks the repository at point.
This command unmarks the repository at point.
This command fetches all marked repositories. If no repositories are marked, then it offers to fetch all displayed repositories.
This command reads a relative file-name (without completion) and opens the respective file in each marked repository in a new frame. If no repositories are marked, then it offers to do this for all displayed repositories.