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Github shows lines added or subtracted as well as some graphs representing contributor activity. But unfortunately, this feature isn't available for private organization repositories. And I think Gitlens can fill this gap.
There are commands like git log --author="<Author_Name>" --pretty=tformat: --numstat which can easily calculate lines added and subtracted by each contributor. We may just add this information in the tooltip when hovered over a contributor. What's your opinion? Please comment.
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I've added a Show Statistics / Hide Statistics toggle on the ... menu of the Contributors view, which controls a new gitlens.views.contributors.showStatistics setting. FYI, depending on the repository size, this can take a while.
Can you please verify this fix in tomorrow's GitLens insiders edition?
You can install the GitLens insiders edition from here. Be sure to disable/uninstall the stable version of GitLens first.