Path integral for particle with spin and Dirac propagator

Building on the answer from @ACuriousMind I want to point out that the procedure being followed is the Faddeev-Popov gauge fixing.

The symmetry transformations can be solved to put $e(t) = T$, a constant and $\chi(t) = 0$ (on the loop) or $\chi(t) = \theta$, constant (on the open line). $T$ and $\theta$ represent physically distinct configurations of the worldline fields (that is, distinguish configurations not related by gauge transformations) and are known as modular parameters.

The integral, $\int \mathscr{D}e(t) \mathscr{D}\chi(t)$ is divergent because it vastly overcounts independent / distinct configurations related by the reparameterisation and SUSY symmetries; hence you divide out by the volume of these symmetries (also formally infinite). The Fadeev-Popov procedure deals with this by gauge fixing, where the integral becomes $$\int \mathscr{D}e(t) \mathscr{D}\chi(t) \longrightarrow \int \mathscr{D}f \int \mathscr{D}g \int dT \int d\theta \, \mu(T, \theta)$$ where $\int \mathscr{D}f = \textrm{vol}(D)$, $\int \mathscr{D} g = \textrm{vol}(S)$ give the volumes of the diffeomorphism and SUSY transformation groups that cancel the volumes on the denominator. Here, and it something that @ACuriousMind left out, the measure $\mu(T, \theta)$ is the measure on the moduli, and comes from the Faddeev-Popov determinant factor arising in the gauge fixing.

In this case, the Faddeev-Popov determinant for gauge fixing $e(t) = T$ is equal to $1$ on the open line and $1 / T$ on the loop. For fixing $\chi(t) = \theta$ on the line we get a determinant factor of $1$ and for $\chi(t) = 0$ on the loop we get the same factor. In other words we have $$ \int \mathscr{D}e(t) \mathscr{D}\chi(t) \,\Omega[e(t), \chi(t)] \longrightarrow \textrm{vol}(D) \textrm{vol}(S) \times \begin{cases} \int dT \int d\theta \, \Omega[T, \theta] & \textrm{Line}\\ \int \frac{dT}{T}\, \Omega[T, 0] & \textrm{Loop} \end{cases}$$ for any functional $\Omega$ of these fields.

Good references include Appendices B and C of or section 1.5.1, 1.5.2 of or the notes at (second 2.1).