Repo Stats from the command line
Did you know?! You can see github-style commit stats from the command line.
$ git shortlog -sn | head -5
This will summarize the output of git log, sorted by number of commits per author, with only the author’s name and total commits.
~/jekyll-source git:(master) git shortlog -ns | head -10 1654 Parker Moore 409 Tom Preston-Werner 395 Matt Rogers 145 maul.esel 96 Anatol Broder 85 Nick Quaranto 56 Coby Chapple 51 zachgersh 47 Kris Brown 39 Ben Balter
It’s interesting that these numbers do not correspond to the contributors tab on github - https://github.com/jekyll/jekyll/graphs/contributors
shortlog includes merge commits?
I mostly run this command to boost my ego when I know I’ve been hard at work committing to a repository, and now you can too!Edit this Post