it seems that gitgraph.js can not do exactly what you want. If I were you,
I would create some JSON data from the repository with all the commits and
branches (e.g. with some git-log magic), then process this JSON data and
use gitgraph to visualize it.
2016-01-16 10:57 GMT+01:00 Joris Mulliez <joris.mull...@gmail.com>:
> Hi all,
> I want to build myself a graph of my git repository, with this lib :
> My problem is how to get all the data to construct my graph.
> I tried some "git log" arguments, but I'm not able to find right branches
> for the changeset.
> My aim is to build a "git-flow" chart (like
> http://nvie.com/img/git-mo...@2x.png )
> Because the git clients I tried doesn't show branches in column like I
> I find this post which has the same problem :
> But not the solution... And the result is not convincing me : not fully
> fonctionnal (http://beta.gitflowchart.com/chart/github/nvie/gitflow), not
> So how to find the original branch for a given changeset ?
> Thanks in advance for your help !
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