Write to your GitHub activity chart
Write to your GitHub activity chart.
Licensed under the MIT License, see LICENSE.
Install from the cheese shop.
pip install github-vanity
Initialize an empty Git repository which you will submit to GitHub.
Populate the repo with the desired text:
vanity write "Hello there!"
Push the repo to GitHub and presto!
vanity write [options] text
- text - text to write to the commit chart
- -h, –help - show usage instructions
- -d, –start_date - the date to start with, should be a Sunday
- -o, –offset - number of spaces to leave to the left (default is 0)
- -s, –spacing - spacing between letters (default is 1)
- -w, –space_width - width of space character (default is 4)
- -c, –commits - number of commits per pixel (default is 50)
The default start_date is the Sunday 52 weeks before the last one, which is the first pixel visible on the commit chart.
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