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Wednesday April 06, 2005
08:48 PM

SVK-Churn

[ #24047 ]

Recently doing many svk hacking, including this new dist: SVK-Churn.

So SVK-Churn basically has the same idea of SVN-Churn, generating 3 kinds of statistic chart using Chart::Strip:

  • Linesof Code
  • Number of committers
  • Number of committs

After 0.03, it installed as a svk sub-command rather then a stand-alone script. That's fine, because people have to have svk installed to use SVK-Churn anyway. To generate some chart, you do something like:

svk churn -o pugs.png //pugs

And wait for svk to traverse the whole pugs history and count lines of code changed on every revisions. Here's one result of the Pugs project.

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