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git-anger-management

What

Have you ever wondered how much you or your co-workers actually curse in your commit messages? Worry no more, git-anger-management is here to help you. Simply run it against your repository and it'll tell you who is the naughtiest of them all.

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Why

Some times the only way to vent at the ridiculous crap we make is to write really angry commit messages, I do it all the time. And I wanted to know just how angry I get.

Installation

Make sure you have Rust installed (I recommend installing via rustup), then run cargo install git-anger-management. You can now check how naughty you are by running git anger-management in the directory where you want to check naughtiness.

Output should look something like this:

$ git anger-management
repo: (46/569) naughty commits/commits
{
    "goddamn": 2,
    "shit": 7,
    "fuck": 18,
    "bloody": 2,
    "fucking": 15,
    "fucked": 1,
    "tits": 1
}
Sondre Nilsen: (46/495) naughty commits/commits
{
    "goddamn": 2,
    "shit": 7,
    "tits": 1,
    "bloody": 2,
    "fucking": 15,
    "fucked": 1,
    "fuck": 18
}

You can also point it to other directories if you want to look somwhere else but you're too lazy to actually cd into that directory:

$ git anger-management ../../other-repo/
other-repo: (3/56) naughty commits/commits
{
    "goddamn": 1,
    "fuck": 1,
    "fucking": 1
}
Sondre Nilsen: (3/56) naughty commits/commits
{
    "goddamn": 1,
    "fuck": 1,
    "fucking": 1
}

Or look at the help by running git anger-management -h.

Structs

Author

An author of a git commit.

Repo

A simple representation of a git repository.

Functions

naughty_word

Checks if a word is naughty.

split_into_clean_words

Cleans a string and returns a list containing the cleaned up words.