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twigg-app

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Twigg provides stats for activity in Git repositories. This is the web-based interface.
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Development

~> 1.3
>= 0
>= 0

Runtime

~> 0.12.2
~> 4.0.3
~> 1.6.0
~> 3.2.10
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 Project Readme

Gem Version

Twigg

Twigg collects statistics for a set of Git repositories. It assumes that all the repositories are in one directory and up-to-date.

Commands

twigg stats (command-line tool)

Shows how many commits each person has made in a given timespan and in what repositories.

Usage:

twigg stats [--verbose|-v] <repos dir> <number of days>

twigg app (web app)

The web app shows the same information as twigg stats. To run it, configure ~/.twiggrc to specify the repositories_directory containing all the repositories you want to analyze (twigg init can be used to produce the ~/.twiggrc file) and ensure the twigg-app gem is installed (gem install twigg-app).

Usage:

twigg app # assumes `~/.twiggrc` at default location
TWIGGRC=config.yml twigg app # custom location for configuration file
twigg app --daemon --pidfile ~/twigg.pid # run as a daemon, with pidfile

twigg gerrit

This subcommand clones a set of projects from a Gerrit instance, updates an existing set of clones, or shows stats.

twigg gerrit [--verbose|-v] clone
twigg gerrit [--verbose|-v] update
twigg gerrit [--verbose|-v] stats

In order to use the gerrit subcommand the twigg-gerrit gem must be installed (gem install twigg-gerrit). The gerrit stats command additionally requires a database adapter such as the "mysql2" gem, and a Gerrit instance with an accessible database.

twigg git

This subcommand can be used to run Git operations across a set of repositories.

twigg git [--verbose|-v] gc

twigg github

This subcommand clones a set of projects from a GitHub, or updates an existing set of clones.

twigg github [--verbose|-v] clone
twigg github [--verbose|-v] update

twigg init

Emits a sample .twiggrc configuration file to standard out, which you can redirect into a file; for example, to place the sample file at ~/.twiggrc:

twigg init > ~/.twiggrc

twigg pivotal

This subcommand, available when the twigg-pivotal gem is installed (via gem install twigg-pivotal), shows an overview of open stories in a Pivotal Tracker instance.

twigg pivotal stats

Options common to all commands

All Twigg commands can take a --verbose or -v flag to increase their verbosity, or a --debug or -d flag to show debugging information in the event of an error.

All Twigg commands will attempt to read configuration from ~/.twiggrc, if present. The path to the configuration file can also be set via the TWIGGRC variable in the environment.

Development

Use Bundler when manually running or testing twigg subcommands from a local clone of the Twigg Git repo:

cd $(git rev-parse --show-cdup)/twigg
bundle exec bin/twigg stats <repos dir> <number of days>
bundle exec bin/twigg app
TWIGGRC=custom bundle exec bin/twigg app # custom config location

To interact with Twigg in a REPL:

cd $(git rev-parse --show-cdup)/twigg
TWIGGRC=custom bundle exec irb -r twigg

Why "Twigg"

According to Merriam-Webster:

twig (transitive verb)

  1. notice, observe
  2. to understand the meaning of : comprehend

Originally, the gem was to be called "twig", but there is a pre-existing project with that name, so we chose "twigg".

Requirements

Twigg requires Ruby 2.0 or above.