GitClear Releases Open Repos To Provide Code Metrics On Open Source Projects

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  • Open Repos tracks open source projects like TensorFlow, Ansible, Microsoft Visual Studio Code, Angular and React
  • The company will also provide a directory browser which will show a file-and-directory view of the repository

According to a report by infoworld, GitClear has released free tool Open Repos to make it easier for contributors to participate in open source development. It aims to do so by making it more convenient to visualise how the codebase changes between releases.

The report said that Open Repos tracks open source projects like TensorFlow, Ansible, Microsoft Visual Studio Code, Angular and React. As per the report, a blog post from GitClear said that the aim of the product is to provide visual answers to common practical questions people have about an open source project’s status.

Directory browser

As per the report, examples of such questions can be how much change there has been between versions of open source software used in one’s own code base or what is the velocity of code change for the repo. Open Repos will provide interactive graphics that will show which developers have made the largest commits to each code base.

The report also said the company will also provide a directory browser which will show a file-and-directory view of the repository. It will have details on the folders or files that have changed and at what rate as per the report.

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