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Re: SVN commit history

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-01-31 18:59:41 CET

Sean MacLennan <seanm@seanm.ca> wrote on 01/31/2006 12:22:18 AM:

> I have switched a fairly large CVS repository over to subversion. It has

> worked great. So now I want to try to get everybody switched over. But
> to do that, I need to provide mgmt the commit logs they want.
> At a minimum I need to be able to report how many commits where done per

> day and by who. I am using the subversion daemon if that is important.
> I am sure others have had to provide this sort of information, so I
> thought I would check here first.

It probably would not be that hard to use svn log and some scripts to do
this. It has an --xml option that may or not make this easier for you.

I would also look at setting up something like Fisheye:


It isn't too expensive and provides a lot of information. There are other
tools like it.


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