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Generating overall statistics for multiple git repositories

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Visualizes overall code commits for multiple Git repositories. The red indicates my own commits whereas the blue indicates your teammates’.


pip install gitstats


The following example shows how gitstats discovers all Git repositories in the home directory to consolidate all commit logs.

Git Repository Analysis

gitstats analyze ~ > gitstats.json

The target directory may be a single repository.

gitstats analyze ~/work/project_x > gitstats.json

If you would like to exclude certain repositories, put a .exclude file in each directory you want to exclude from the statistics. Note that the content of the file is irrelevant.

Generating Commit Graphs

gitstats generates annual commit graphs that are similar to what GitHub shows on each user’s page. However, the major difference is that gitstats differentiates your commits from others based on your email address(es).

gitstats generate_graph gitstats.json 2017 --email ${your_email} > 2017.svg

If you have multiple email addresses, you may pass them as follows:

gitstats generate_graph gitstats.json 2017 --email ${your_email1} --email ${your_email2} > 2017.svg

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