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git-clog outputs the commit graph of the current Git repository and colorizes commit symbols by interpreting the first six commit hash digits as an RGB color value.

Project description

Git colorlog

Introduction

git clog outputs the commit graph of the current Git repository and colorizes commit symbols by interpreting the first six commit hash digits as an RGB color value:

git clog screenshot

Important note: You need a terminal with true color support.

Installation and usage

git clog is available on PyPI and can be installed with pip:

python3 -m pip install git-clog

If you use Arch Linux or one of its derivatives, you can also install git-clog from the AUR:

yay -S git-clog

After the installation, call

git clog

within a Git repository.

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