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A visual history of Jallib

Gource is a nice tool used to produce videos from source control softwares like SVN, Git, Mercurial and Bazaar. For the fun, I've run Gource over jallib repository. 

Some early jallib committers may remember specific details, like validated/unvalidated maps, samples stored "by_device", etc... Lots of decisions taken, and later reconsidered, more committers (who sometimes behave like some Jedi Masters), more libs, more samples, more alive ! :)

Enjoy !

mattschinkel
Hey Seb, I enjoyed this.Is

Hey Seb, I enjoyed this.

Is there a way to make a image or graph instead of a video?

Matt.

sebastien.lelong
PPM images

The video itself was created using ffmpeg encoder. It reads PPM images stream from gource and assemble/encode them to whatever video format you need. So, in the middle, there are PPM images. I don't though how to selectively create one image at a given point of time.

mattschinkel
It would be interesting to

It would be interesting to see a "grouth" graph of jallib over time. By users or by number of files.

Matt.

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