I'm looking at migrating to Stash from an existing git server that uses a web front-end. The web front-end, amongst other things, displays a summary of the repository when you click on it. The summary displays the description, date of last change, the various URLs, and a shortlog of commits.
Stash will display the log of commits when I click on the Commits tab, but is there a way of displaying the other information that I've listed above?
Maybe this plugin can help you:
Quoting the plugin description:
Awesome Graphs offers two sets of features: the basic set is free and the advanced set can be unlocked by installing an evaluation or commercial license.
Basic functionality (you can use it for free) includes:
Contributors Overview orders all repository contributors by commit number
Commit Activity shows a weekly breakdown of commits made over last year
Day and Hour Punchcard groups all commits ever done in your repository by day and hour
Advanced functionality (available only under an evaluation or commercial license) includes:
Ability to Select Repo Branches lets you show graphs for any of your repository branches
Code Frequency shows the number of added, deleted and total code lines over a lifetime of the project
Contributions gives you an idea how many commits were done by each commiter over the past year with detailed stats by day
Please let me know if this helps you.
There is no possibility for this at the moment.
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STASH itself does not store any meta information about your project (except git relevant information - description is not git relevant). You have to store this information within your git repository itself.
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