Get blame for file

blame(repo = ".", path = NULL)

Arguments

repo

a path to a repository or a git_repository object. Default is '.'

path

Path to the file to consider

Value

git_blame object with the following entries:

path

The path to the file of the blame

hunks

List of blame hunks

repo

The git_repository that contains the file

lines_in_hunk

The number of lines in this hunk

final_commit_id

The sha of the commit where this line was last changed

final_start_line_number

The 1-based line number where this hunk begins, in the final version of the file

final_signature

Final committer

orig_commit_id

The sha of the commit where this hunk was found. This will usually be the same as 'final_commit_id'.

orig_start_line_number

The 1-based line number where this hunk begins in the file named by 'orig_path' in the commit specified by 'orig_commit_id'.

orig_signature

Origin committer

orig_path

The path to the file where this hunk originated, as of the commit specified by 'orig_commit_id'

boundary

TRUE iff the hunk has been tracked to a boundary commit.

repo

The git_repository object that contains the blame hunk

Examples

if (FALSE) { ## Initialize a temporary repository path <- tempfile(pattern="git2r-") dir.create(path) repo <- init(path) ## Create a first user and commit a file config(repo, user.name = "Alice", user.email = "[email protected]") writeLines("Hello world!", file.path(path, "example.txt")) add(repo, "example.txt") commit(repo, "First commit message") ## Create a second user and change the file config(repo, user.name = "Bob", user.email = "[email protected]") writeLines(c("Hello world!", "HELLO WORLD!", "HOLA"), file.path(path, "example.txt")) add(repo, "example.txt") commit(repo, "Second commit message") ## Check blame blame(repo, "example.txt") }