git-pastiche / bin / git-stats

Stefan Saasen d2298bf 


set -e

# actually parse the options and do stuff
while [[ $1 = -?* ]]; do
    case $1 in
            echo "Repacking objects"
            git gc --aggressive --auto
        *) ;;


# Summarize information about the current git repository
NUMBER_OF_COMMITS=`git rev-list --all | wc -l`
NUMBER_OF_OBJECTS=`git count-objects -v | grep in-pack | cut -f 2 -d ':'`
NUMBER_OF_FILES=`git ls-files | wc -l | tr -d ' '`
NUMBER_OF_CONTRIBUTORS=`git shortlog -s -n | wc -l | tr -d ' '`
AGE=`git log --reverse --format='%cr' | head -n 1`

# %'.3f\n
printf "Number of contributors: %'12.d\n" $NUMBER_OF_CONTRIBUTORS
printf "Number of commits     : %'12.d\n" $NUMBER_OF_COMMITS
printf "Number of objects     : %'12.d\n" $NUMBER_OF_OBJECTS
printf "Number of files       : %'12.d\n" $NUMBER_OF_FILES
printf "First commit          : %12s\n" "$AGE"
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