Re: feature idea: diff summary on commit
On Friday 06 April 2007 17:00, Erik Uzureau wrote:
> I know this is totally out of left field, but every time I do an "svn
> commit" I always
> wonder what are the net changes I'm making to the code base. Am I adding
> lines or eliminating them?
> Of course, this is mostly just because I get great joy out of cleaning
> up a bunch
> of code, rewriting it to be smaller. If the commit would tell me "Your
> commit reduced
> the code base by X lines" that would be awesome.
> I assume I'm probably quite alone on this one, but my teachers always
> said the only stupid question is the one you don't ask. Maybe someone
> else would like this too.
You can always just do something like:
$ svn diff | diffstat
See <http://freshmeat.net/projects/diffstat/> for that one. There are other
similar programs that do analysis based on unified diff output.
Wesley J. Landaker <email@example.com> <xmpp:firstname.lastname@example.org>
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