I am the author of the PanBI <http://www.PanBI.org> open source business
intelligence project. PanBI provides data extraction, transformation and
loading logic as well as data warehouse schemas for a number of systems:
Subversion is one of the systems supported. In other words, I have
designed a dedicated Subversion data warehouse and loading logic so that
Subversion repository data can be analyzed using OLAP tools. A short
screencast is available here
<http://panbi.sourceforge.net/systems/subversion/olap.html> (7 minutes):
in short, PanBI allows you to see lots of per-commit and per-file
information over time, but I really suggest you take a look at the
screencast as it will get the message across much, much better.
I wanted to let you know that this tool exists and hear your comments,
opinions and suggestions.
The current capabilities, while already quite useful, are just the tip
of the iceberg: PanBI's greatest strength is it's extensibility. Data
extracted from a repository can be combined with data from a planning
tool or a time tracker (screencast for PanBI WorkTime
<http://panbi.sourceforge.net/systems/worktime/olap.html> support) to
make sure everyone is working on the right thing at the right time.
Branches, diff size, multiple projects and repositories can be
supported, the number of dimensions extended, additional analysis
performed...the list is long. :)
In conclusion, take a look! I would be happy to answer any of your
questions and look forward to hearing any comments you might have here
at the subversion mailing list or on the PanBI forums
The svn log --xml command is wonderful. :)
If there are plans to add XML svn diff output, that would be really,
http://www.PanBI.org - business intelligence everywhere!
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Received on 2009-08-24 08:24:32 CEST