git-praise - A nicer git blame.

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A nicer git blame. Make sure that you have your python package bin path in your $PATH. On Ubuntu, this is ~/.local/bin. If it isn't in your path, you can try adding the following to your .bashrc: export PATH=$PATH:~/.local/bin.

https://github.com/sigvef/git-praise

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