A tool for displaying a visual representation of your git history.
Heatwave generates a heat map of your git commits, similar to how GitHub's heat map looks. View all commits or a single user's commits for the past year or previous years. Now in stylish red and green colors it makes the perfect Christmas gift.
Behold the beauty of command line graphics!
You will probably need to install an environment tool to manage different version of pythons. After you are on Python 3.7+ then install Pip to most easily install heatwave.
I always vote for the easy way, but do what you want I guess...
The fastest way to install heatwave is with pip.
pip install heatwave
To install this manually clone this repo and then install the dependencies using pip:
git clone https://github.com/james-stoup/heatwave.git cd heatwave pip install -r requirements.txt
View All Committers
View repo stats for all committers:
$ heatwave /path/to/my/repo -a
View All Committers For Several Years
View 3 years worth of commits:
$ heatwave /path/to/my/repo -a -y 3
View A Specific Committer
View stats on a particular committer:
$ heatwave /path/to/my/repo 'James Stoup'
View Number of Commits
View number of commits a user made, instead of color:
$ heatwave --status-type number /path/to/my/repo 'James Stoup'
List everyone who committed to this repo:
$ heatwave /path/to/my/repo -l
View detailed stats on a particular committer:
$ heatwave -v /path/to/my/repo 'James Stoup'
Get Everything on Everyone
View detailed stats on everyone going back 10 years
$ heatwave /path/to/my/repo -v -a -y 10