As the ubiquitous spirit of
laziness relaxation permeates the holiday season, a will to do any serious and productive coding seems appallingly low. Instead of fighting it, I went along and tried to write something just for pure fun.
And guess what: it worked pretty well. Well enough, in fact, that the result seems to be worthy of public exposure – which I’m hereby doing. Behold the coded4 project:
What exactly is this thing? It’s a “time sheet” for the marvelous jQuery project, reconstructed from commit timestamps in its Git repository. coded4 created this result by analyzing repo’s history, grouping changesets by contributors, and running some heuristics to approximate timespans of their coding sessions.
And of course, this can be done for any Git (or Hg) repository. Pretty neat for a mere *pops up shell and types
coded4 .* 3 hours of casual coding, eh?
Nice little piece of code ;) Grab it and see what it wil tell me about my projects :D