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Re: Statistical evaluation of large svn repositories

From: Rachael Russell <rachael.russell_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-09-15 10:07:38 CEST

Stephane Bortzmeyer wrote:

>On Wed, Sep 14, 2005 at 02:19:13PM +0200,
> Georg Viehöver <viehoever@sigma-c.de> wrote
> a message of 9 lines which said:
>>I am looking for a tool for making an analysis of what happened in
>>the last 6 months in a subversion repository. Questions like "who
>>checked in how often", "what file types where checked in", "how much
>>change has happened". Does anybody know of a tool for doing this?
>I program simple and short scripts in Python (using pysvn) to do
>so. Similar libraries exist for all the major programming languages
>and they are a big plus of Subversion.
>For instance, I have a equivalent of "svn log" which displays only
>commits by a given commiter which is useful to see who works and who
>does not.
>I also wrote a subversion2gnuplot to produce automatically graphics.
>My scripts are available on request but the important point is that,
>with Subversion bindings, it is easy and fast for the project manager
>to see what happens in your repository.

FishEye (http://www.cenqua.com/fisheye/) may do this for you in a nice
web interface - it's already been announced on this list.
Commercial product tho (as in not free!)


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