gitlapse
Time lapse the design of your project
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GitLapse

Time lapse the design of your project. Will generate screenshots within a given range of commits, and run your setup script between each one to ensure the dependencies are always inline.

Install

npm install -g gitlapse

## Example usage

Create a config file called gitlapse.json similar to the following in the project's directory you want to create the time lapse for:

{
  "name": "GitLapse project",
  "repo": "./",
  "uri": "http://localhost:3000",
  "output": "dist",
  "scripts": {
    "setup": "scripts/setup.sh",
    "server": "scripts/server.sh"
  },
  "window": {
    "width": 1280,
    "height": 800
  }
}

Once you've done that, you can hit the following (assuming your gitlapse.json is in the current working directory):

gitlapse <oldest-revision>..<newest-revision> [steps]

# eg gitlapse e7848c423ffb4807846fc9e0cde9fbaf23578621..dbf4ed3c4c67ac1a9961be5d329f4acaac9505de

# Use --help to get more instructions
gitlapse --help

Options

Option Default Value Description
start-revision
tag or commit sha
The SHA of the first revision you want to capture.
end-revision
tag or commit sha
TThe SHA of the last revision you want to capture.
steps
1
The number of commits to 'jump' by after each screenshot. If your project has been around for a while, you'll want to bump this up. Essentially this is the resolution of the time lapse.
repo
./
The relative path to the repository you're working with. Usually this'll just be the current working directory.
setup
config/setup.sh
The relative path to your setup script.
This will run after each revision is checked out.
Typically this is bash script that will clear your `node_modules` directory and then run `npm install` or `bundle` afterwards.
server
config/server.sh
The relative path to your 'start server' script.
This will run after each revision is checked out.
Put the command in this file to start your server. E.g `node app.js` or `rails s`.
url
http://localhost:8080
The URL for where the local server will be running. This is what will be viewed for the screenshot captures.
output
./dist
The relative directory for where you want the time lapse to be output.
width
1280
The width of the browser window to capture the screenshot at.
height
800
The height of the browser window to capture the screenshot at.
silent
false
Disable console logging during generation.
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