Consolidate Results
How to use the consolidateResults command

consolidateResults command

When you work with the SCM-Contributors-Count tool, you may work with more than one source control manager (SCM). You will run a separate command for each SCM to get the contributors count for your repos there.
For example: If you have a contributor that commits to both GitHub repos and Bitbucket projects, you'll see that contributor's details in the output for both SCMs.
If you want to get an overall picture of all your contributors across all the SCMs, use the consolidateResults command.
This command allows you to take multiple (json) outputs of snyk-scm-contributors-count commands for different SCMs and consolidate them into one file, with a unique contributors count and a total of the repos from all SCMs.
The following options are available for the consolidateResults command:
--version Show version number [boolean]
--help Show help [boolean]
--folderPath Path to a folder containing the json outputs [required]

Running the commands

  • Run the snyk-scm-contributors-count command for each repo with the --json flag and send the output to a designated folder, for example:
snyk-scm-contributors-count github --token TOKEN --json > PathToFolder/FileName
snyk-scm-contributors-count github-enterprise --token TOKEN --json > PathToFolder/OtherFileName
  • Run the consolidateResults command and apply the --folderPath flag with the path to the designated, read/write accessible folder that contains the different output json files with the individual SCM results.
snyk-scm-contributors-count consolidateResults --folderPath PathToFolder
  • The tool will then look for valid files in the folder, read the content of the files, create a new file with consolidated, unique results from all the files that have been read, and name the new fileconsolidated-results.json.
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