Last Updated: February 25, 2016
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Alternate pair programming commits using gits

Gits is a shell script to share contribution between two git accounts when pair programming. The first time you call gits you are prompted to configure two git accounts to share contributions between. When making subsequent call to gits (using the same options that you would for git) it will randomly select a comitter and and author from the configured accounts. This results in commits being distributed between the two configured accounts and splitting contributions, for instance, on github graphs.