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Quick lines-of-code calculator grouped by day for git repositories
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Based loosely on fserb's answer to this question: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/23907/how-can-i-graph-the-lines-of-code-history-for-git-repo PUBLIC DOMAIN Put it in your ~/bin/ directory and make sure it's set to executable (chmod gu+x ~/bin/gitloc) Basically it gives you a per-day breakdown of how much "work" you did on the current git repository. $ cd myrepository $ gitloc Tue, Nov 02 2010 | 35 lines | (2719) Wed, Nov 03 2010 | 573 lines | (3292) Thu, Nov 04 2010 | 731 lines | (4023) Fri, Nov 05 2010 | 101 lines | (4124) You can also have it only look in specific directories $ cd myrepository $ gitloc app lib script public Tue, Nov 02 2010 | 25 lines | (1719) Wed, Nov 03 2010 | 473 lines | (2192) ... The number in parentheses is the running total. I tried to make it somewhat intelligent- it doesn't just look for lines added minus lines deleted- it tries to ignore any "whitespace" changes- like indenting or whatever, it tries to ignore files that were renamed or copied, and it tries to not give too high of a number if you simply move chunks of code to other places in the file. But it does give you credit for removing code. So if you spend a couple of days cleaning up your project and finding ways to do the same amount of work in 10 lines of code that was taking 100 lines of code- you get "90" added to the count, even though they were technically lines removed instead of added.