To get the commit count for all authors, including commits across all branches in a Git repository, you can use the following command:
git shortlog -s -n --all
Here's what each part of this command does:
git shortlog: This command generates a summary of Git logs.
-s: This option shows a summary count of commits by each author.
-n: This option sorts the output by the number of commits in descending order, so you'll see authors with the most commits at the top.
--all: This option includes all branches in the count.
When you run this command, you'll get a list of authors along with the number of commits they've made across all branches in the repository.