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Re: CVS diff statistics generation?

From: Robert Clark
Subject: Re: CVS diff statistics generation?
Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2005 14:57:32 -0400
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On Wednesday April 6, 2005 12:24 am, Chris Lewis ("Chris Lewis" 
<address@hidden>) wrote:
> As part of an evaluation I am undertaking, it is necessary for me
> to analyse the entire diff output generated by a CVS repository. I
> wish to look at statistics such as who is responsible for the
> percentage of changes to a file, to see what roles people have
> played in development of the project; whether they are specialising
> on one file, one module, or working more broadly.
> I'd also like some more advanced features, like how many lines
> people are adding, so I can try and see who was bug fixing and who
> was actually adding new content and such. One step at a time,
> however!

In addition to the other suggestions you have received. You may also 
want to look at:



  <> (commercial)

I have played around with both and they have some interesting 
features. Based on your description, I think StatCVS is a closer fit, 
but FishEye is oh, so shiny.

- Rob

Robert J. Clark                   

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