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Re: Stats for a file.

From: Mark Reibert <svn_at_reibert.com>
Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2008 21:51:49 -0700

On Wed, 2008-03-12 at 11:34 -0400, Paul Koning wrote:
> >>>>> "Gavin" == Gavin Baumanis <Gavin> writes:
> Gavin> Hi Everyone, i would a report of some description that will
> Gavin> display how many lines were edited in a particular set of
> Gavin> files between two revisions. I.e. 1000 lines (combined total)
> Gavin> were edit between revision X and HEAD in a, b, c, d, e, files.
> Gavin> And of course, if it is all possible what might be the
> Gavin> required syntax to obtain such information!
> svn diff -r rev1:rev2 file | egrep '^[-+][^-+]' | wc -l

I believe that will double (or more) your "changed line" count. I think
in concept something like

diff --side-by-side --suppress-common-lines <foo> <bar> | wc -l

would get a more accurate changed line count. The trick is getting this
to work with "svn diff". The best I could come up with in short order

svn diff --diff-cmd mydiff | egrep -v '^Index:|=+$' | wc -l

where mydiff is the following two-line script:

shift 1
diff --side-by-side --suppress-common-lines "$@"

(The "shift 1" gets rid of the "-u" argument, which conflicts with

Mark S. Reibert, Ph.D.
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