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Octohatrack

0.6.1

Changed
  - pagination now uses `per_page` 100 (thanks boneskull)
  
  BugFix
  - consolidating duplicate wiki and github contributors corrected (thanks boneskull)

0.6.0

Added
  - Ensure Python 3 by adding blockers in `setup.py` and `__main__.py`
  
  Changed
  - project is now a module, which allows for easier local debugging
  - removed duplicate wiki contributors from main repo contributors

0.5.1

Bugfix
  - confirm git is available within the environment before using (thanks rogeriopradoj)

0.5.0

Added
  - Ability to parse and add custom contributors based on a specially formatted CONTRIBUTORS file
  
  Changed
  - Relabelled report; was "Code/Non-Code Contributors", now "GitHub/All Contributors" (thanks ossanna16)
  - Note: "All" is a superset of the old Code + the old Non-Code (hence, "all").
  - Wiki contributions are always checked, and nicely fails if there's no wiki associated on the repo
  - All old flags removed from the help. Kept for backward compatibility, though (thanks mjec)

0.4.0

Added
  - Wiki Contributions are now included in the report, based on a list of authors of the username/repo.git repo
  - Note: This uses local git repo cloning, as there is no github wiki API
  
  Deprecated
  - HTML Output. Deprecated in favour of the web-based [HatRack](https://labhr.github.io/hatrack/)
  
  Bugfix
  - Corrected pagination logic for GitHub contribution endpoint.

0.3.1

Added
  - Flag to disable local cache (thanks edunham)

0.3.0

Added
  - Local caching of API results

0.2.0

Changed
  - Project rename. `s/octohat/octohatrack`. [read more](http://glasnt.com/blog/2015/11/21/goodbye-octohat.html)

0.1.3

Added
  - Notification if GitHub rate limit has been exceeded.
  Changed
  - Appropriate use of sessions (thanks lukasa)
  - Improved HTML output (thanks stewart-ibm and freakboy3742)
  Bugfix
  - Prevent hard failure on incomplete GitHub profiles (thanks tclark)

0.1.0

Bugfix
  - Python 3 compatibility and requirements install properly (thanks davidjb and krockode)

0.0.2

Bugfix
  - correct error handling when finding 404 errors on single user API responses

0.0.1

Added
  - initial functionality: insert githubuser/repo, receive statistics.
  - basic html generation
  - limiting to most recent x pull requests/issues