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Diagnose git health.

How healthy is our software? Okra is a tool that diagnoses the health of projects which use git version control. Okra uses analytics, not buzzwords, create a Jupyter notebook report on the health of a specific project.

The pre-alpha version of Okra is a command line tool:

$ okra --help
$ okra upsert JuliaLang IJulia.jl "sqlite:///ijulia.db" "JuliaLang/IJulia.jl" "" 

This command will clone/fetch updates from a repo and persist log information within a sqlite database. In this example, we're cloning IJulia.jl, and populating a sqlite database ijulia.db.


File an Issue

GitHub issues okrahealth/okra/issues. You can also request membership to our slack channel,


Assuming that your virtual environment is activated, clone the Okra repository and install the required development dependencies:

$ git clone --recurse-submodules
$ cd okra

Okra uses a submodule, tbonza/tiny_dancer, for testing purposes. Make sure you initialize the submodule after cloning Okra so that your tests will be passing.

Validate the clone and master branch by ensuring that tests are passing.

$ make test

Please open an Okra issue if your tests aren't passing.

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