I haven't checked for a while, but IIRC GitLab could do this. Also, if you
have some time to code, it's pretty easy to write this both in C, Python or
Perl.
On Apr 27, 2016 21:24, "Roberto Salome" <robertocsal...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello. Does anyone know of any git web-based interfaces that allow you to
> view commits between a date range? I’d like something similar to “git log
> –since=DATE1 –until=DATE2”.
>
>
> The use case is for managers that would like to see what commits occurred
> in a range, but they do not want to have git installed on their local
> computers.
>
>
> I have evaluated many different tools, and the closest I have found is
> GitHub which offers something similar. I was wondering if anyone has any
> other recommendations. Thanks.
>
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