codeq ('co-deck') is Clojure+Datomic application designed to do code-aware imports of your git repos into a Datomic db
Clone the codeq repo. Then (in it) run:
Get Datomic Free
Unzip it, then start the Datomic Free transactor. Follow the instructions for running the transactor with the free storage protocol
cd theGitRepoYouWantToImport java -server -Xmx1g -jar whereverYouPutCodeq/target/codeq-0.1.0-SNAPSHOT-standalone.jar datomic:free://localhost:4334/git
This will create a db called
git (you can call it whatever you like) and import the commits from the local view of the repo. You should see output like:
Importing repo: firstname.lastname@example.org:clojure/clojure.git as: clojure Adding repo email@example.com:clojure/clojure.git Importing commit: e54a1ff1ac0d02560e80aad460e77ac353efad49 Importing commit: 894a0c81075b8f4b64b7f890ab0c8522a7a9986a ... Importing commit: c1884eaca8ffb7aff2c3d393a9d5fa3306cf3f33 Importing commit: 01b4cb7156f0b378e70020d0abe293bffe35b031 Importing commit: 6bbfd943766e11e52a3fe21b177d55536892d132 Import complete! Analyzing... Running analyzer: :clj on [.clj] analyzing file: 17592186045504 analyzing file: 17592186045496 Analysis complete!
The import is not too peppy, since it shells to
git relentlessly, but it imports e.g. Clojure's entire commit history in about 10 minutes, plus analysis.
You can import more than one repo into the same db. You can re-import later after some more commits and they will be incrementally added.
You can then (or during) connect to the same db URI with a peer. Or, just start the Datomic REST service and poke around:
cd whereverYouPutDatomicFree bin/rest -p 8080 free datomic:free://localhost:4334/
Browse to localhost:8080/data/. You should see the
free storage and the
git db within it.
The schema diagram will help you get oriented.
Copyright © 2012 Metadata Partners, LLC and Contributors. All rights reserved.
Distributed under the Eclipse Public License, the same as Clojure.