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Last Updated: February 25, 2016
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· stevehalford

Git time tracking

#!/usr/bin/ruby

command = '/usr/bin/git --no-pager log --oneline'

ARGV.each do|a|
  if a.match(/^--after/) 
        command += ' ' + a
  end
end

hours = 0
begin
        output = `#{command}`

        commits = output.split("\n")
        commits.each do |line|

                line.scan(/t\[(.*)\]/) do |r| 
                        r.each { |h| hours += h.to_f }
                end

        end
        print "Total: #{hours}hrs\n"
rescue => e
        puts e.message
        exit
end     

A script for time tracking using git commits.

  • Save the script as an executable (I've called it git-tt)
  • Add tags to your commit messages with the amount of hours you've spent, eg. "Implemented foobar feature t[1.5]."
  • Run git tt from a git repo to show total hours for that repo.
  • Add '--after="2010-03-15"' to show total for commits since the date

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good tips ! thank's

over 1 year ago ·