git-sizer computes various size metrics for a Git repository, flagging
those that might cause problems or inconvenience. For example:
• Is the repository too big overall?
• Does the repository have too many references (branches and/or tags)?
• Does the repository include too many objects?
• Does the repository include gigantic blobs (files)?
• Does the repository include many slightly different large text files?
• Does the repository include gigantic trees (directories)?
• Does the repository have many identical files?
• Does the repository include absurdly long path names?
• Are there other bizarre and questionable things in the repository?
• Annotated tags pointing at one another in long chains?
• Octopus merges with dozens of parents?
• Commits with gigantic log messages?
git-sizer can help to reveal the problems described above.
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