A live version of this webservice can be found on hitsofcode.com.
The API is as simple as
<service> is one of
bitbucket. The HoC data can also be received as JSON by appending
/json to the reuqest path:
There is also an overview page available via
To delete a repository and the cache from the server, send a
POST request to
https://<host>/<service>/<user>/<repo>/delete. On the overview page, there is a button to perform this operation. It
will respond with a redirect to the overview page so the cache is rebuilt directly.
The code can be built as a standalone binary, using
cargo or as a Docker container. Run either
$ cargo build --release
$ docker build .
inside the repository.
I'm currently working on migrating to nix. To get a development shell, run
build the package run
nix-build --attr package and to build the Docker image, run
nix-build --attr dockerImage.
.env and set the
correct value for
HOC_BASE_URL. If you don't want to use a configuration or dotenv file, you can pass all
parameters directly via environment variables. For variable names see
To start a local instance of the service just run:
$ HOC_BASE_URL='http://0.0.0.0:8080' ./hoc
You can also use the Docker image:
$ docker run -p 8080:8080 --env HOC_BASE_URL='http://0.0.0.0:8080' -it --rm vbrandl/hits-of-code
When running the binary directly, you need a
git binary in your