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Re: svn metric extractor

by jmcnamara (Monsignor)
on Jan 28, 2010 at 15:34 UTC ( #820174=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to svn metric extractor


That is useful.

I often generate metrics using 'svn diff' combined with diffstat* which produces a nice ascii bar chart to indicate the amount of change.

* This is often available on Linux systems but you may need to compile the latest to display modified lines as well as added/deleted. The output looks something like this:

foo/bar/procs/update.sql | 14 + foo/include/ltime.h | 23 ++ foo/bar/pp_cfg.c | 18 + foo/bar/newdata.c | 189 ++++++++!! foo/bar/newdata.h | 25 + foo/bar/parser.c | 8 - ... 16 files changed, 661 insertions(+), 96 deletions(-), 76 modificatio +ns(!)

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John.


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Re^2: svn metric extractor
by Anonymous Monk on Oct 09, 2012 at 09:16 UTC

    John, it's possible to share the commands that you use to find add, modified and deleted lines between two revisions? Thank's for all

      Using diffstat with the -m option gives the modified lines (as well as the added and deleted):

      diff dir1 dir2 | diffstat -m

      I didn't need to modify it in any way. However, at the time of the original post I had to build the code from the website to get a version with the -m option. I think more recent OSes will come with that version by default or at least provide a package.

      --
      John.

      Thank's for all John. It's possible to obtain # Lines Added # Lines Modified # Lines Churned (Added + Modified) # Lines Deleted separatly between two revisions? I need to obtain lines added, lines modified, lines deleted with shell commands between two subversion revision. It's possible?

Re^2: svn metric extractor
by Anonymous Monk on Oct 17, 2012 at 15:28 UTC

    Hi!! Exactly what command you use to generate this output? with Subversion. Thanks for all

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