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Append repository, commit, and date metadata to a file or script. I use this command for scientific notebooking; it helps me keep track of which versions of my protocols I used for which experiments.

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Installation

Install fossilize via pip:

$ pip3 install fossilize

Usage

Run the fossilize command on the file or script you want to record:

$ fossilize my_protocol.txt
Command recorded to: 20171024_my_protocol.txt

If the script takes any arguments, simply supply them after the command:

$ fossilize my_script.py spam eggs
Command recorded to: 20171024_my_script.txt

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