KSWColorWell and Over The Air

This weekend I attended Over The Air at Bletchley Park for my first ever hack night. I decided to take objective-git and see how much of a repository visualisation tool I could build on an iPad (it's always fun to venture over the fence and see what's going on outside of Mac-land).

I'm proud to say I got pretty far and had an app that could visualise commits & give info about them, scroll around the timeline, view tags and branches, and even perform some rudimentary filtering of the graph. 

One feature I toyed with was colour customisation, but abandoned it as not worthwhile. However I did get as far as building a simple color well class for it. And so I've decided to open source it as KSWColorWell. Hopefully it means the hackathon produced something that's useful for longer than the one night!

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