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const GitEffort = `#!/usr/bin/env bash

tmp=bittmpbittmp
above=0
# if the output won't be printed to tty, disable the color
test -t 1 && to_tty=true
color=

#
# print usage message
#
usage() {
  echo 1>&2 "usage: git effort [--above <value>] [<path>...] [-- [<log options>...]]"
}

#
# get dates for the given <commit>
#
dates() {
  eval "git log $args_to_git_log --pretty='format: %ad' --date=short -- \"$1\""
}

# tput, being quiet about unknown capabilities
tputq() {
  tput "$@" 2>/dev/null
  return 0
}

#
# hide cursor
#

hide_cursor() {
  tputq civis
}

#
# show cursor, and remove temporary file
#

show_cursor_and_cleanup() {
  tputq cnorm
  tputq sgr0
  rm "$tmp" > /dev/null 2>&1
  exit 0
}

#
# get active days for the given <commit>
#

active_days() {
  echo "$1" | sort -r | uniq | wc -l
}

#
# set 'color' based on the given <num>
#

color_for() {
  if [ "$to_tty" = true ]; then
    if   [ $1 -gt 200 ]; then color="$(tputq setaf 1)$(tputq bold)"
    elif [ $1 -gt 150 ]; then color="$(tputq setaf 1)"  # red
    elif [ $1 -gt 125 ]; then color="$(tputq setaf 2)$(tputq bold)"
    elif [ $1 -gt 100 ]; then color="$(tputq setaf 2)"  # green
    elif [ $1 -gt 75 ]; then color="$(tputq setaf 5)$(tputq bold)"
    elif [ $1 -gt 50 ]; then color="$(tputq setaf 5)"  # purplish
    elif [ $1 -gt 25 ]; then color="$(tputq setaf 3)$(tputq bold)"
    elif [ $1 -gt 10 ]; then color="$(tputq setaf 3)"  # yellow
    else color="$(tputq sgr0)" # default color
    fi
  else
    color=""
  fi
}

#
# compute the effort of the given <path ...>
#

effort() {
    path=$1
    local commit_dates
    local color reset_color commits len dot f_dot i msg active
    reset_color=""
    test "$to_tty" = true && reset_color="$(tputq sgr0)"
    commit_dates=` + "`dates \"$path\"`" + `
    [ $? -gt 0 ] && exit 255

    # Ensure it's not just an empty line
    if [ -z "` + "`head -c 1 <<<$(echo $commit_dates)`" + `" ]
    then
      exit 0
    fi

    commits=` + "`wc -l <<<\"$(echo \"$commit_dates\")\"`" + `
    color='90'

    # ignore <= --above
    test $commits -le $above && exit 0

    # commits
    color_for $(( $commits - $above ))
    len=${#path}
    dot="."
    f_dot="$path"
    i=0 ; while test $i -lt $(( $columns - $len )) ; do
      f_dot=$f_dot$dot
      i=$(($i+1))
    done

    msg=$(printf "  ${color}%s %-10d" "$f_dot" $commits)

    # active days
    active=` + "`active_days \"$commit_dates\"`" + `
    color_for $(( $active - $above ))
    msg="$msg $(printf "${color} %d${reset_color}\n" $active)"
    echo "$msg"
}

#
# print heading
#

heading() {
  echo
  printf "  %-${columns}s %-10s %s\n" 'path' 'commits' 'active days'
  echo
}

#
# output sorted results
#

sort_effort() {
  clear
  echo " "
  heading
  < $tmp sort -rn -k 2
}

declare -a paths=()
while [ "${#}" -ge 1 ] ; do

  case "$1" in
    --above)
      shift
      above=$1
      ;;
    --)
      shift
      args_to_git_log=$(printf " %q" "${@:1}")
      break
      ;;
    --*)
      usage
      echo 1>&2 "error: unknown argument $1"
      echo 1>&2 "error: if that argument was meant for git-log,"
      echo 1>&2 "error: please put it after two dashes ( -- )."
      exit 1
      ;;
    *)
      paths+=( "$1" )
      ;;
  esac

  shift
done

# Exit if above-value is not an int
if [ -z "${above##*[!0-9]*}" ] ; then
  echo "error: argument to --above was not an integer" 1>&2
  exit 1
fi

# remove emptyuotes that appear when there are no arguments
args_to_git_log="${args_to_git_log#\ \'\'}"
export args_to_git_log

# [path ...]

if test "${#paths}" -eq 0; then
  save_ifs=$IFS
  IFS=` + "`echo -en \"\\n\\b\"`" + `
  paths=(` + "`git ls-files`" + `)
  IFS=$save_ifs
  unset save_ifs
fi

# set column width to match longest filename
max=0
for path in "${paths[@]}"; do
    cur=${#path}
    if [[ $max -lt $cur ]]; then
        max=$cur
    fi
done
columns=$(( max + 5 ))
export columns

# hide cursor

hide_cursor
trap show_cursor_and_cleanup INT

# export functions so subshells can call them
export -f effort
export -f color_for
export -f active_days
export -f dates
export -f tputq
export to_tty
export above
export log_args


bash_params=
# If bash exits successfully with --import-functions,
# then we need to pass it (FreeBSD probably)
bash --import-functions -c ":" 1>/dev/null 2>&1
if [ $? -eq 0 ] ; then
  bash_params="--import-functions"
fi

heading
# send paths to effort
printf "%s\0" "${paths[@]}" | xargs -0 -n 1 -P 4 -I % bash $bash_params -c "effort \"%\"" | tee $tmp

# if more than one path, sort and print
#test "$(wc -l $tmp | awk '{print $1}')" -gt 1 && sort_effort
#echo

show_cursor_and_cleanup
`

    GitEffort is the git-effort bash script from git-extras

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    const GitInfo = `` /* 1562-byte string literal not displayed */
    

      GitInfo is the git-info bash script from git-extras

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      const GitRelease = `` /* 2919-byte string literal not displayed */
      

        GitRelease is the git-release bash script from git-extras

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        const GitSummary = `` /* 3931-byte string literal not displayed */
        

          GitSummary is the git-summary bash script from git-extras

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