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Looking for daily activity reporting tool

From: Renaud Waldura <renaud+subversion_at_waldura.com>
Date: 2006-01-13 21:45:49 CET

The post-commit email tool is not cutting it for us. Does anyone know of a
tool that can report on repository activity by day instead? (Google fails to
get anything interesting.)

Obviously I wouldn't want such a report to include diffs for every commit.
But maybe it's possible to hack a link that fires up an external diff
program instead?

I'm thinking of something like this below. When the filename is clicked,
KDiff3 or whatever is started to show changes between that revision and the
next. Any ideas on how I do this?

Monday January 10, 2006

alincoln (2 commits, 3 files changed)

    revision 333 - this is my log message
        fileA.txt (click to see changes)
        fileB.txt (click to see changes)

    revision 332 - log message again
        fileA.txt (click to see changes)

rwaldura (3 commits, 6 files changed)

    revision 331 - this is a patch for bug 3890
        patch.java (click to see changes)

    revision 330 - blabalalaa
        file2.txt (click to see changes)
        file3.txt (click to see changes)
        file20.txt (click to see changes)
        file30.txt (click to see changes)

    revision 329 - blabalalaa again
        file2.txt (click to see changes)


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