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GitHub Languages

Edit: these features are no longer available. To go along with our new language graphs we’ve added some site-wide language pages. First, the top languages in GitHub as used by public repositories. ![](https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/391331/6140852/4e4df85e-b152-11e4-969e-fd320c36e5d0.png) And, of

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One more thing…

When do people usually commit to Rubinius? ![](https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/391331/6140799/c94e2174-b151-11e4-8cb9-ceaee7a14e8e.png) What languages are used by gitbuilder? ![](https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/391331/6140805/d751df18-b151-11e4-994d-c47a3b71cb75.png) Who committed how much to GitNub, and when? ![](https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/391331/6140811/e85d099a-b151-11e4-8a07-4fccf16f914e.png) Big thanks to Chris Neukirchen for the code powering the Punch

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Submodule Display

We now detect and display submodules making it easy to see what other code is being referenced via our web interface. ![](https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/391331/6120042/4dce0a9a-b085-11e4-9e90-1c0b9503c6e2.png) If the submodule points to a repo on GitHub it will be automatically

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