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Thu, 16 Jun 2005 10:14:24 -0400
On 6/16/05, Jim Hyslop <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hridyesh Pant wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > Is there any way to find out how much liles added or removed in a file
do you mean files or lines?
> > between two dates.
Yes there is a way. (FishEye generates charts/graphs of this I
think.) But it is probably non-trivial and there is most definitely
no "cvs howmanyfileschangedbetweentwodates" command. You'd probably
have to create a script that parses "cvs log -D" output.
> [note: please choose more descriptive subject lines. "query" is rather
> Not easily, no. Between one revision and the next is quite simple - just
> look at the output of 'cvs log'.
> I'm curious - what use could this information possibly be, anyway?
Usually this information is used by managers to determine churn.
Bigger churn (more files/lines changed) means bigger risk. That's one
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- query, Hridyesh Pant, 2005/06/16