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The iframe above displays some graphs I've built last week,
in order to get some insight on some GitHub projects issues & pull requests evolution.
They are directly inspired by nf-core project activity statistics.
Today, I did some tests on a server where an old version of our project was deployed. At some point, I needed to identify which version of the code was there, and I wrote a pretty shell function to figure this out.
First, lets mention Git Bash (aka msysgit) : the old version was a PITA to extend with additional packages (e.g. adding common C libs like libxml), and the new one (renamed Git for Windows), is based on MSYS2, but does not include a package manager.