Software projects are displayed by Gource as an animated tree with the root directory of the project at its centre. Directories appear as branches with files as leaves. Developers can be seen working on the tree at the times they contributed to the project.
view the log of the repository (Git, SVN, Mercurial and Bazaar) in the current path:
For more options and examples see the Controls wiki page, consult the included README file or man page documentation.
You may also want to check out Logstalgia, a web server access log visualization tool.
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If you use Gource at work and are interested in getting new features developed or maybe would like to discuss other bespoke visualization work please don't hesitate to contact me.
Gource 0.49 has been released.
Changes since 0.48:
Gource 0.48 has been released.
Changes since 0.47:
UPDATE: this release was partly made to allow building with GLM 0.9.9 (which is in alpha). Unfortunately, on further testing it was discovered that it is unstable with this version due to a change to the library removing default constructors of vectors, resulting in uninitialized values being used. The current release of GLM 0.9.8 should be fine.Downloads:
Gource 0.47 has been released.
There are a few new command line options around filtering and displaying files, some new display settings and some fixes.
The Windows build is now 64-bit. Also we've enabled STDOUT with the --output-stream option on Windows so you can pipe Gource directly into ffmpeg like on Linux.
Changes since 0.44:
Gource 0.44 is a minor release to fix a build error with newer versions of GCC.
Changes since 0.43:
Gource 0.43 has been released to fix a minor build issue with Boost on multi-arch Linux systems.
There are no other changes so if you're not affected by this you can stick with 0.42.
Changes since 0.42:
Changes since 0.41:
Gource 0.41 has been released.
You can now specify a date range directly with --start-date and --stop-date (using 'YYYY-MM-DD hh:mm:ss' ISO format).
Gource now uses SDL 2.0 when available, providing much better multi-monitor support.
Changes since 0.40:
Downloads are now hosted on Github as Google Code no longer accepts adding new downloads:
If you package Gource for a distro, please update the dependencies to use SDL 2 instead of SDL 1.2.