A gem that provides a report detailing Git information about your git repository. Based off an idea put forth by Mike Schwab
Installing the gem: [sudo] gem sources -a gems.github.com [sudo] gem install fotoverite-babygitter
Generate your report from the command line
Usage: babygitter babygitter-report <Repo_Directory> [options] [-w] [<folder levels>] [<blacklisted or whitelisted folders>]
the report will be generated a babygitter_report folder inside the log directory of your project folder. If a log folder does not exists it will be created for you.
You can customize the look of the report by adding a custom css file, images, and even generate the report with a separate template file. I'm working on a way to hook in additional graph methods to analyze the data further.
-l, --levels [n1,n2,n3] Folder levels to map to graph -m, --mark [f1,f2,f3] Mark folders to be white or black listed depending on option --master_branch Set the master branch name if it is not called master -s, --stylesheet [Path] sets the path to a non default stylesheet to be used in the report generator -t, --template [Path] sets the path to a non default template to be used inthe report generator -b, --[no-]bare Mark repo as bare -w, --[no-]whitelist Run babygitter with whitelist enabled -g, --[yes-]graphs Do not output report with graphs -v, --[no-]verbose Run verbosely
-h, --help Show this message --version Show version number
Copyright © 2009 Matthew Bergman. See LICENSE for details.