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GithubChart

Gem Version Build Status Coverage Status Code Quality MIT Licensed

Generates an SVG of your Github contributions:

Example image

Other user example

Usage

Run githubchart path/to/svg to generate an SVG. To override the default username (pulled from your local shell or .gitconfig), use githubchart -u username path/to/svg

GithubChart also allows you to provide input from a file instead of pulling data from Github. You can pass JSON to GithubChart by using githubchart -i /path/to/file /path/to/svg, or use '-' to use STDIN. See spec/examples/input.json for example data.

If you don't provide a file path, the resulting SVG will be printed to stdout.

To modify the color scheme used, you can provide -c SCHEME. For example, githubchart -c halloween uses GitHub's halloween colors. Use -s to list the available schemes.

Hosted SVG

A hosted service for loading these SVGs was made by 2016rshah: http://ghchart.rshah.org/ (source code)

Installation

gem install githubchart

License

githubchart is released under the MIT License. See the bundled LICENSE file for details.