A simple bash script to provide word count differences between commits to a text-based project. #complete
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GIT-WC

This is a simple extension to GIT that reports the word count difference between any two commits. It accepts any standard range arguments, such as HEAD^..HEAD or <path>..<path>, and tells you how many words you added since your last commit, minus how many words you have removed.

Without any arguments, it tells you the difference between your working tree and the last commit.

I write stories as well as code, I use Markdown as my writing environment of choice, I commit to a GIT repository regurlarly, and this is a simple and straightforward way of tracking my daily contributions.

The LICENSE is standard MIT style. See the LICENSE file for details.