A tool to monitor git repositories and automatically pull & push changes


Packages & Binaries

From Source

Make sure you have a working Go environment (Go 1.11 or higher is required). See the install instructions.

Compiling gitomatic is easy, simply run:

git clone
cd gitomatic
go build


Monitor a repository for changes and automatically pull & push changes:

gitomatic <path>

2019/08/03 00:16:48 Checking repository: /tmp/gitomatic-test/
2019/08/03 00:16:48 Pulling changes...
2019/08/03 00:16:49 New file detected: hello_world.txt
2019/08/03 00:16:49 Adding file to work-tree: hello_world.txt
2019/08/03 00:16:49 Creating commit: Add hello_world.txt.
2019/08/03 00:16:49 Pushing changes...
2019/08/03 00:16:53 Sleeping until next check in 10s...
2019/08/03 00:17:03 Checking repository: /tmp/gitomatic-test/
2019/08/03 00:17:03 Pulling changes...
2019/08/03 00:17:07 Deleted file detected: hello_world.txt
2019/08/03 00:17:07 Removing file from work-tree: hello_world.txt
2019/08/03 00:17:07 Creating commit: Remove hello_world.txt.
2019/08/03 00:17:07 Pushing changes...

Auth methods:

gitomatic -privkey ~/.ssh/id_rsa <path>
gitomatic -username "someone" -password "mypass" <path>

If you want to pull new changes but don’t create commits (or vice versa):

gitomatic -pull=true -push=false <path>

You can control how often gitomatic checks for changes:

gitomatic -interval 30m <path>

Change the commit author’s name and email:

gitomatic -author "John Doe" -email "[email protected]" <path>