Text To Commit History
Write a large text on your Github profile, with your commits history (contribution graph).
"Text To Commit History" is a tool I wrote to decorate your Github account's commit history calendar by (blatantly) abusing git's ability to accept commits in the past.
- Create a new Github repository to store your handiwork.
- Install requirements:
pip3 install -r requirements.txt
text_to_commit_history.py(with Python 3) and follow the prompts for username, your text, offset, and repository name.
- Run the generated
text_to_commit_history.shfrom your home directory (or any non-git tracked dir) and watch it go to work. You'll propably have to wait some minutes for the running script.
- Wait... Seriously, you'll probably need to wait a day or two to show in your commit graph.
Fortunately if you regret it then, removing it is fairly easy: delete the repository you've created (and wait).