Tag: bash

GitLab Delete Bulk Issues

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At the time of this writing (June 20, 2019), GitLab doesn’t have a feature to bulk delete issues. This is a real challenge for me right now. I’ve got builds auto-creating issues that have been ignored for months. I now have thousands of issues to remove. Save me  your lectures about maintenance and architecture. Let’s […]

Remove Stale Git Branches

Another issue I commonly have to deal with in the multitudes of repositories I oversee and manage: stale git branches. Gitlab has a pretty good interface for pointing these out. The trouble here, is that it’s still a manual process to remove each of these branches. If you’ve got a team of any size working […]

Bash – Remove Duplicate Files

So, a common issue I have is finding and removing duplicate files. Here’s a little bash script that helps clean up the mess: Let me know what you think! If you have suggestions or modifications, I’m open to them.