Thanks for your advice. I solved this issue with GitStats.

在 2012年10月17日星期三UTC+8下午4时34分59秒,Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen写道:
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> On Wednesday, October 17, 2012 8:52:31 AM UTC+2, Robbin Zoou wrote:
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>> Hi,
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>> I want to get statistical information about my project including:
>> 1.How fast the source code base has been growing.
>> 2.Who is actively working on this project.
>> 3.How much code each developer has been contributing, and how active they 
>> have been.
>> 4.Which files are being modified the most often.
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>> Is there any tools which can parse the files in ".git" directory and 
>> generate such report?
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> Some suggestions here: 
> http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1828874/generating-statistics-from-git-repository
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