repo list [-f] [<project>...]
List projects and their associated directories
repo list [-f] -r str1 [str2]...
- -h, --help
show this help message and exit
- -r, --regex
filter the project list based on regex or wildcard matching of strings
- -g GROUPS, --groups=GROUPS
filter the project list based on the groups the project is in
- -a, --all
show projects regardless of checkout state
- -n, --name-only
display only the name of the repository
- -p, --path-only
display only the path of the repository
- -f, --fullpath
display the full work tree path instead of the relative path
display paths relative to this one (default: top of repo client checkout)
- -v, --verbose
show all output
- -q, --quiet
only show errors
operate starting at the outermost manifest
do not operate on outer manifests
only operate on this (sub)manifest
- --no-this-manifest-only, --all-manifests
operate on this manifest and its submanifests
Run `repo help list` to view the detailed manual.
List all projects; pass '.' to list the project for the cwd.
By default, only projects that currently exist in the checkout are shown. If you want to list all projects (using the specified filter settings), use the --all option. If you want to show all projects regardless of the manifest groups, then also pass --groups all.
This is similar to running: repo forall -c 'echo "$REPO_PATH : $REPO_PROJECT"'.