Generate statistic charts on Git repositories.
Gitchart is a Python script to build charts from a Git repository.
It can build following charts, as SVG or PNG:
- authors, processed tickets by author (pie charts)
- commits by hour of day, day, day of week, month of year, year, year/month (bar charts)
- commits by hour of week (dot chart)
- files by type (pie chart)
- Python ≥ 3.6
- Pygal (
pip install pygal)
- cairosvg, to generate PNG files
You can install Gitchart with this command from the source repository:
$ python setup.py install
See output of command:
$ gitchart --help
Generate pie chart with authors:
$ gitchart --title "Git authors on project X" --repo /path/to/gitrepo/ authors authors.svg
Generate bar chart with commits by year using dark style:
$ gitchart --style gitchart_dark --repo /path/to/gitrepo/ commits_year commits_year.svg
Generate bar chart with commits by version (git tag):
$ cd /path/to/gitrepo/ $ git tag | gitchart commits_version /tmp/commits_version.svg
Gitchart is used to build statistics for WeeChat: https://weechat.org/dev/stats/
Copyright © 2013-2021 Sébastien Helleu
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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