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# Gitter [![Build Status](]( Gitter allows you to interact in an object oriented manner with Git repositories via PHP. The main goal of the library is not to replace the system `git` command, but provide a coherent, stable and performatic object oriented interface. Most commands are sent to the system's `git` command, parsed and then interpreted by Gitter. Everything is transparent to you, so you don't have to worry about a thing. ## Requirements * git ( (tested with ## Authors and contributors * [Klaus Silveira]( (Creator, developer) ## License [New BSD license]( ## Usage Gitter is very easy to use and you'll just need a few method calls to get started. For example, to create a new repository: $client = new Gitter\Client; $repository = $client->createRepository('/home/user/test'); Or a bare repository: $client = new Gitter\Client; $repository = $client->createRepository('/home/user/test', true); Or to open an existing repository: $client = new Gitter\Client; $repository = $client->getRepository('/home/user/anothertest'); Both methods will return a `Repository` object, which has various methods that allow you to interact with that repository. ### Getting a list of commits Once you get hold of the `Repository` object, you can use: $commits = $repository->getCommits(); print_r($commits); To get a list of various commits. ### Getting a single commit Given a specific commit hash, you can find information about that commit: $commit = $repository->getCommit('920be98a05'); print_r($commit);