gh-search-prs - Man Page

Search for pull requests

Synopsis

gh search prs [<query>] [flags]

Description

Search for pull requests on GitHub.

The command supports constructing queries using the GitHub search syntax, using the parameter and qualifier flags, or a combination of the two.

GitHub search syntax is documented at: https://docs.github.com/search-github/searching-on-github/searching-issues-and-pull-requestshttps://docs.github.com/search-github/searching-on-github/searching-issues-and-pull-requests

Options

--app <string>

Filter by GitHub App author

--archived

Restrict search to archived repositories

--assignee <string>

Filter by assignee

--author <string>

Filter by author

-B,  --base <string>

Filter on base branch name

--checks <string>

Filter based on status of the checks: {pending|success|failure}

--closed <date>

Filter on closed at date

--commenter <user>

Filter based on comments by user

--comments <number>

Filter on number of comments

--created <date>

Filter based on created at date

--draft

Filter based on draft state

-H,  --head <string>

Filter on head branch name

--interactions <number>

Filter on number of reactions and comments

--involves <user>

Filter based on involvement of user

-q,  --jq <expression>

Filter JSON output using a jq expression

--json <fields>

Output JSON with the specified fields

--label <strings>

Filter on label

--language <string>

Filter based on the coding language

-L,  --limit <int>

Maximum number of results to fetch

--locked

Filter on locked conversation status

--match <strings>

Restrict search to specific field of issue: {title|body|comments}

--mentions <user>

Filter based on user mentions

--merged

Filter based on merged state

--merged-at <date>

Filter on merged at date

--milestone <title>

Filter by milestone title

--no-assignee

Filter on missing assignee

--no-label

Filter on missing label

--no-milestone

Filter on missing milestone

--no-project

Filter on missing project

--order <string>

Order of results returned, ignored unless '--sort' flag is specified: {asc|desc}

--owner <string>

Filter on repository owner

--project <number>

Filter on project board number

--reactions <number>

Filter on number of reactions

--repo <strings>

Filter on repository

--review <string>

Filter based on review status: {none|required|approved|changes_requested}

--review-requested <user>

Filter on user or team requested to review

--reviewed-by <user>

Filter on user who reviewed

--sort <string>

Sort fetched results: {comments|reactions|reactions-+1|reactions--1|reactions-smile|reactions-thinking_face|reactions-heart|reactions-tada|interactions|created|updated}

--state <string>

Filter based on state: {open|closed}

--team-mentions <string>

Filter based on team mentions

-t,  --template <string>

Format JSON output using a Go template

--updated <date>

Filter on last updated at date

--visibility <strings>

Filter based on repository visibility: {public|private|internal}

-w,  --web

Open the search query in the web browser

Example

# search pull requests matching set of keywords "fix" and "bug"
$ gh search prs fix bug

# search draft pull requests in cli repository
$ gh search prs --repo=cli/cli --draft

# search open pull requests requesting your review
$ gh search prs --review-requested=@me --state=open

# search merged pull requests assigned to yourself
$ gh search prs --assignee=@me --merged

# search pull requests with numerous reactions
$ gh search prs --reactions=">100"

# search pull requests without label "bug"
$ gh search prs -- -label:bug

See Also

gh-search(1)

Referenced By

gh-search(1).

Sep 2022 GitHub CLI manual