Provides a method which will scan a Github Organisation for all public repositories, it can also return private repositories if explicitly requested.
npm install github-public-organisation-repositories
This library makes use of promises – familiarity is assumed in the rest of the API documentation. You'll also need to require the module with:
const getPublicOrganisationRepositoriesFactory = require('github-public-organisation-repositories');
getPublicOrganisationRepositoriesFactory( token )
This function returns the function used to retrieve the list of repositories from a Github organisation. The token parameter is required and should be the OAuth token used to authenticate with Github.
getPublicOrganisationRepositoriesFactory( token )(organisation, [privateWhitelist])
Returns a promise containing the list of repositories from the requested
organisation on Github. If the
privateWhitelist parameter is used, it will also include those private repositories in the resolved promise if they exist in the requested
organisation on Github.
This module has a suite of unit tests, and is verified with ESLint. You can use the following commands to check your code before opening a pull request.
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This software is published by the Financial Times under the MIT licence.