I was adding bundler-audit to a ruby application recently and I had this idea that it would be really nice to be able to run it on multiple repositories at once. It’s great when you get the status as part of a CI run or a rake task, but if you have some applications that are seldom updated it’s important to audit them as well. So I made a thing.
Introducing bauditor, a simple gem to help you run bundle-audit on multiple repositories in one pass. It will take a config file with a list of git repositories or you can pass them in on the command line:
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It will clone each repo into a tempdir and then run
bundle-audit. It prints a handy summary at the end. It cleans up after each run so it’s not super fast yet. One of the features I want to add is the ability to persist the repositories as well as specify the repository path.