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Gource is an awesome tool. It creates stunning, elastic visualisations of your RCS activity. I've written about it in the past when I first tried to use it on OSX with Subversion. Now that things have moved on and I am using Git I decided to give Gource another go.
What I wanted to do was build an animation of the Git commits we had for the last release of the project I'm working on. The Gource side is not too different after to how I described in my previous article, but the RCS (Git) log extraction does change. In the end I had this result (file names, users, anything identifying removed of course)...
So lets see how you get Gource going with Git...First extract the Git log between your two tags like so...
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