stagit ====== static git page generator Usage ----- Make files per repository: $ mkdir -p htmldir && cd htmldir $ stagit path-to-repo Make index file for repositories: $ stagit-index repodir1 repodir2 repodir3 > index.html Install ------- $ make # make install Dependencies ------------ - libgit2 (v0.22+). - libc (tested with OpenBSD, FreeBSD, glibc and musl). - C compiler (C99). - make Documentation ------------- See man pages: stagit(1) and stagit-index(1). Features -------- - Log of all commits from HEAD. - Log and diffstat per commit. - Show file tree with linkable line numbers. - Show references: local branches and tags. - Detect README and LICENSE file from HEAD and link it as a webpage. - Detect submodules (.gitmodules file) from HEAD and link it as a webpage. - Atom feed log (atom.xml). - Make index page for multiple repositories with stagit-index. - After generating the pages (relatively slow) serving the files is very fast, simple and requires little resources (because the content is static), only a HTTP file server is required. Cons ---- - Not suitable for large repositories (2000+ commits), because diffstats are an expensive operation. - Not suitable for repositories with many branches, a quite linear history is assumed (from HEAD). - Relatively slow to run the first time (about 3 seconds for sbase, 1500+ commits), incremental updates after it are faster. - Does not support some of the dynamic features cgit has, like: - snapshot tarballs. - file tree per commit. - history log of branches diverged from HEAD. - stats (git shortlog -s). this is by design, just use git locally.