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GitLab

Tracking commits

24 votes

Tagged as Integration

Created 27 September 2016 by Josh Sharp

Moved into Suggestions 16 October 2016

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    lots of people use gitlab instead of github nowadays!

    04 October 2016
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    I want this sooooooo much! GitLab offline is amazing

    15 October 2016
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    This would be really great!

    14 February 2018
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    Any chance this would be added in the near future?

    29 May 2018
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    Unfortunately this suggestion is way down the list in terms of number of votes, so it’s unlikely we’ll get to it soon. But you’re welcome to use our API and make this one yourself!

    29 May 2018
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    Alright, may I assume that I need to use: http://developer.exist.io/#updating-attribute-values?

    I think I need to use the commits attribute. Does this endpoint really update or is just adding the value to the total value?

    30 May 2018
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    That’s right. It doesn’t increment, it writes the value you set as the total for that date.

    30 May 2018
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    How about extra messages like which repository received the commit. How can I do that?

    Eg. You commit more to “company/example” when did you something.

    30 May 2018
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    Sorry, that sort of metadata can’t be included via the API currently.

    31 May 2018
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    So I can’t make the feature myself. Although not everything.

    31 May 2018
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    You can certainly track the commits attribute in the same way as the GitHub integration works, which gives the same correlations etc., just without a breakdown by repo.

    31 May 2018
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    A lot of people have been moving to GitLab (incl. self hosted) since the Microsoft acquisition of Github, so I’d reconsider this one.

    27 September 2018
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    Definitely sympathetic to people moving away from Github, but too many other, more popular suggestions to tick off first, unfortunately.

    27 September 2018
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    Have you made any progress towards this? If you have public code maybe I could help out and contribute.

    07 October 2018