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master branch of RepoSense (not released to the public yet). The documentation for the latest public release is here.
Let's look at different ways to generate RepoSense reports.
If you have Java on your computer, the straight-forward way to generate a report is to use the RepoSense executable to generate the report locally on your computer, as explained in the Generating reports locally section below.
If you don't have Java on your computer or do not wish to run the executable on your computer, some alternatives are provided in the Generating reports remotely section below.
RepoSense is built to analyze any type of git repo, remote or local. It works best when analyzing remote repositories hosted on GitHub, GitLab or BitBucket. For other types of repositories, external links are disabled.
Ensure you have the prerequisites:
Download the latest JAR file from our releases.
Generate a report: The simplest use case for RepoSense is to generate a report for the recent history of a repo.
java -jar RepoSense.jar --repos LIST_OF_REPO_URLS --view
java -jar RepoSense.jar --repos https://github.com/reposense/RepoSense.git --view(note the
.gitat the end of the repo URL)
java -jar RepoSense.jar --repos https://github.com/reposense/RepoSense.git c:/myRepose/foo/bar --viewanalyzes the two specified repos (one remote, one local).
The above commands will analyze the given repo(s) for commits done within the last month and open the report in your default Browser.
To learn how to generate a report using , head over to the Customizing reports section.
You can generate a RepoSense report remotely without installing/running anything on your computer. This is particularly useful when you are deciding whether to adopt RepoSense.
The easiest option is to use Netlify. The instructions are given below.
You can also use the following options. While they are more work to set up, they are more suitable as a permanent solution due to their generous free tier.