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Re: Statistics: Code lines removed, added, changed

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-07-27 19:19:05 CEST

On Jul 27, 2006, at 15:30, Marco Schulze wrote:

> we were using CVS with CVS Monitor for years and switched to SVN a few
> months ago. Despite of intense search, we did not find any statistics
> tool that was revealing the most interesting: the number of code lines
> removed/added/changed. After analyzing one of these statistics
> tools, I
> came to the conclusion that the problem is a subversion issue: the
> "svn
> log" does not contain these numbers!
> Is that an architectural flaw? Doesn't SVN have this statistical
> information? Or can the "svn log" command be easily extended to show
> these numbers?

We just had this question yesterday:


I wrote:

> Whatever definition for [lines of code] you have (or come up with),
> you could write a tool to parse the output of svn diff, or you could
> write (or find) a program you can insert as a diff-cmd program.

Here's an earlier thread on the same topic:



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