2009/2/22 Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>:
> Simon Large wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> In work I am trying to use the by-author commit stats to work out who
>> was working on which project and when. It is not as easy as I had
>> hoped, and here's why. Although the complete information for a project
>> is available if you use show-all in the log dialog, we restrict the
>> number of data points in the graph to give a sensible view, so for a
>> project that lasts a couple of years you get a very 'smoothed' graph
>> showing that 300 commits were made in Q2 of 2008, but not that it all
>> took place in weeks 18, 19, and 24.
>> One way round this is to allow a pan and zoom on the graph so you can
>> zoom to a level which shows the right level of detail and use a
>> horizontal scroll bar to traverse the very long graph.
>> I wish I had thought about this earlier rather than a couple of weeks
>> before the 1.6 release :-/
> You could first filter the messages in the log dialog (e.g., by date
> with the date selector controls) before you show the statistics dialog.
> If that's not enough, please file an issue - adding zoom/pan is a bigger
Manual filtering is what I am doing now, but it is painfully slow
crawling through 20 projects over 3 years one month at a time.
Added as issue #432.
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