My name is Richard Cyganiak.
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Tag Archives: StatCVS
Neil Batlett has an interesting take on StatSVN and StatCVS: One problem that startup companies often have is demonstrating to investors that they’re actually doing something productive rather than just pouring away money on office plants, Herman Miller chairs, and … Continue reading
Recently I came across ohloh.net, a Web 2.0-ish directory of open source projects. It seems to aggregate information from at least SourceForge, Freshmeat, user-provided RSS feeds, and possibly other sources. The most interesting aspect: To gather information about a project, … Continue reading
It’s a new year, and that’s always a good time for releasing software. StatCVS is now at v0.3. The main new feature is a cleaner look for the reports (example). The commit log has been redesigned and now features permalinks … Continue reading
The latest release of StatCVS shares a common codebase with the new StatSVN and adds some neat new features: Bugzilla integration (will turn “Bug 1234” in commit messages into klickable links) ViewVC integration XDoc output for integration in Maven-generated project … Continue reading
StatSVN has had its first public release. It’s a port of our venerable StatCVS statistics tool to Subversion. Cool! It’s being developed by Jean-Philippe Daigle, Jason Kealey, and Gunter Mussbacher. We considered Subversion support, but Subversion doesn’t include the all-important … Continue reading
StatCVS has been almost dormant for two years. Today (and after much prodding from Dave Gilbert) I’ve packaged a new release. The most significant new feature is that CVS tags are now shown in all timelines. For example, in the … Continue reading
Bill Siggelkow: I was trying to figure out how to automate, in some fashion, the creation of release notes. My project is using CVS so I could get a dump of commit messages using cvs log. But the CVS log … Continue reading
This just came up on the StatCVS mailing list and is worth a blog post. Sometimes you want to create a cumulative StatCVS report that summarizes multiple projects. This neat little trick works if they are all from the same … Continue reading
“If we wish to count lines of code, we should not regard them as lines produced but as lines spent.” —Edsger Dijkstra