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Re: SVN Statistics

From: Nick Stolwijk <nick.stolwijk_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 10 Dec 2010 13:55:09 +0100

On another note, I see you have a jar from SF which does almost what
you want. Why not checkout their code and let it do exactly what you
want? I guess somewhere in there is a starting revision, which you can

If you don't know Java, send me the projectname and I can have a look.


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On Fri, Dec 10, 2010 at 5:46 AM, Gavin Beau Baumanis
<beau_at_palcare.com.au> wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> I have been asked for some statistics about our code base and am hoping that someone might have had a task for something similar already, and will be able to help me out.
> Here is the text I was sent - but it is really just a guide - it is more a case of "something" to show as opposed to have any specific item(s).
> I do have a jar that I downloaded from SourceForge - that provides pretty much what I'm after.
> Lines of code  / Churn,
> Number of commits etc.
> But it is based on the entire repository from revision 0:head.
> The specific request (below) comes from the point of view ;
> These are stats are from rev xxx - when we started work on the latest version.
> We don't have a classical "release" branch either - just a forever going trunk, so we can't use anything "path" specific to obtain the requested results either.
> Anyway - if you have ideas - I would be most grateful, here is the questions I was asked;
> Added xxx Lines of new code
> Removed xxx Lines of redundant code
> Performed more than xxx individual code changes.
> As always  - thanks very much in advance!
> Gavin.
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