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gitstats - git history statistics generator
gitstats [options] <repository dir> <output dir>
gitstats is a statistics generator for git(1) repositories. It examines the repository and
produces some interesting statistics from the history of it. Currently HTML is the only
Override a default configuration value. Defaults can be seen by running gitstats without
How many top authors to show.
Specify a commit range to generate statistics from. You can specify only commit_end
limit statistics to a certain commit or another branch.
When enabled, the lines of code statistics are collected from linear history. The
downside is that commits of long feature branches appear only at the point where a
merge commit is made.
If disabled (old behaviour), the problem is that if two branches contain the same
changes (for example, removal of same lines), the statistics get skewed.
Defaults to on.
How many authors to show in the list of authors.
How many domains to show in domains by commits.
Maximum file extension length.
Number of concurrent processes to use when extracting git repository data.
Project name to show on the generated pages. Default is to use basename of the
Specify a starting date to pass with --since to git.
CSS stylesheet to use.
Q: How do I generate statistics of a non-master branch?
A: Use "-c commit_end=web" parameter.
Q: I have files in my git repository that I would like to exclude from the statistics, how
do I do that?
A: At the moment the only way is to use git-filter-branch(1) to create a temporary
repository and generate the statistics from that.
Q: How do I merge author information when the same author has made commits using different
names or emails ?
A: Use git .mailmap feature described in MAPPING AUTHORS of git-shortlog(1).
Generates statistics from a git repository in "foo" and outputs the result in a directory
gitstats foo foo_stats
As above, but only analyzes the last 10 commits:
gitstats -c commit_begin='HEAD~10' foo foo_stats
gitstats was written by Heikki Hokkanen and others.
See the git repository at https://github.com/hoxu/gitstats for an up-to-date full list of
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