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display your git branches in an orderly manner
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NAME Git::Garden - display your git branches in an orderly manner SYNOPSIS perl bin/git-garden --help perl bin/git-garden --git_dir t/repos/test -t gnuplot firefox simple.png perl bin/git-garden --git_dir t/repos/test firefox simple.html DESCRIPTION Git::Garden is a project to graph git repositories in a manner that will allow display of them in various forms, be they direct images, ASCII or web interfaces. This project is still in a heavy prototyping phase. The code is honestly quite crap right now, as i'm just throwing shit at the wall to see what sticks. The plan is to have a Git::Garden module that'll be handed a list of commit objects that are interconnected by way of ref and parent relations and then transforms that into a representation of a graph log as a two-dimensional grid array that can then be passed on to render objects. Just how that'll all go together is something i'm busy finding out right now. History This project was started because Gitalist lacks a git log graph. It was forked off git-forest, which was investigatively dissected and then rebuilt with its ideas left intact, but the output radically transformed. The new log graphing algorithm was heavily inspired by QGit, but diverges in a few details. CONTRIBUTING Patches are welcome, please feel free to fork on github and send pull requests, send patches from git format-patch to the bug tracker, or host your own copy of Git::Garden somewhere and ask us to pull from it. AUTHOR Christian Walde <email@example.com> LICENSE This is free software, licensed under: DO WHAT THE FUCK YOU WANT TO PUBLIC LICENSE, Version 2, December 2004