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Project Description

Hyuki-CVS-Graph

Usage

hyuki-graph [option] [base_dir]

where, base_diris a the most top directory which is watched by this program.

Note that default base_diris ..

This is a tool like as taking-star-table with color (ja), which considered by Mr. Hyuki.

This tool makes table which is written project-name, day number from today and commit-status.

Also, if there is hyuki_graph.json or hyuki_graph.yaml file in directory, which this program watch, this program make a table by using commits number which got by CVS and content of the file.

Furtheremore, if cross point which project-name and day number is written D by red color, this means that the project does not committed.

If it is written M by yellow color, this means that the project is committed some times less than 10.

If it is written L by green color, this means that the project is committed some times more than or equal to 10.

Syntax of Input File

This program receives following syntax files.

As json syntax:

{
  project name: {
    date: commit number,
    date: commit number,
    e.t.c.
  },
  project name: {
    date: commit number,
    date: commit number,
    e.t.c.
  }
  e.t.c.
}

where, date is a string which has form like “2000/01/01” or “2000-01-01”.

As yaml syntax, like json syntax:

project name:
  date: commit number
  date: commit number
  e.t.c.
project name:
  date: commit number
  date: commit number
  e.t.c.

If you want to use yaml syntax, import PyYaml package in manually:

pip install PyYaml

Options

  • -n, --day-num: indicate number of day, whcih is watched by this program.
  • -a, --author: indicate name of committer.
  • -m, --medium-sep: If more than or equal to number of commit is committed, printted L. Default value is 10.
  • --DA, --dead_or_alive: Showing D and A instead of showing D, M and L. If there is no commit, D is printted. And there is it, A is printted.
  • -f, --file: indicate input files by separating by space. Default of this value is “hyuki_graph.json hyuki_graph.yaml.
  • --FO, --file-only: watch only input file not watching CVS
  • --t, --file-type: indicate format of input files. Please indicate json or yaml.
  • -r, --only-running: show only activate project

However this is not a option, we don’t not watched input file by --file="".

How to install

% pip install hyuki-cvs-graph

or

% python setup.py install

Requirements

  • python
  • If you deal with git-repository, gitcommand
  • If you deal with hg-repository, hgcommand

LICENSE

MIT

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