The CVSAnalY tool extracts information out of source code repository logs and stores it into a database.
Licensed under GNU General Public License (GPL), version 2 or later.
- Home page: https://github.com/MetricsGrimoire/CVSAnalY
- Releases: https://github.com/MetricsGrimoire/CVSAnalY/downloads
- Latest version:
CVSAnalY has the following dependencies:
- Python >= 2.5
git clone git://github.com/MetricsGrimoire/RepositoryHandler.git
- CVS (optional, for CVS support)
- Subversion (optional, for SVN support)
- git (optional, for Git support)
- Python MySQLDB (optional, but recommended)
Some useful scripts for performing reseach studies (activity, generations, etc) can be found in the next link:
You can get the code from the git repository:
git clone git://git.libresoft.es/git/libcvsanaly2 git clone http://git.libresoft.es/libcvsanaly2
You can install cvsanaly2 just by running setup.py script:
# python setup.py install
This will install it in the python default directories in your system.
If you don't install CVSAnalY with root privileges, or don't want to install it in the default directories, you can also use the source code directory, as cloned from the main git repo. It is enough to configure your PATH and PYTHONPATH so that cvsanaly2, and the Python modules it needs, are found.
Add to your $PATH the directory which contains cvsanaly (cvsanalydir is the directory where CVSAnalY is installed):
$ export PATH=$PATH:cvsanalydir
In PYHTONPATH, you need to include both the dirs for CVSAnalY and RepositoryHandler (except if it is installed in the default Python dirs in your system). If repohandlerdir is the path where RepositoryHandler is installed:
$ export PYTHONPATH=$PYTHONPATH:cvsanalydir:repohandlerdir
You are ready to use cvsanaly2!
For the impatients: just checkout (from svn or cvs) to obtain a local version of your repository, and then run cvsanaly2:
$ cd project/ ~/project$ cvsanaly2
More options, and a more detailed info about the options, can be learnt by running "cvsanaly2 --help"
- Raise your
max_allowed_packet-setting of your database (MySQL). 1 or 16 MB might be to low (depends on your repository)
You can extend CVSAnalY with various extensions. Some extenstions are delivered with the application itselfs.
The goal of the metrics extension is to collect various programing language related metrics like lines of code, McCabe and so on. To enable the full feature set of this extension please be sure that the following programs are installed on your system:
- PyMetrics for Python
- CCCC for C and C++
- SLOCCount for C, C++, C#, Haskell, Java, Perl, PHP, Python, etc.
Source code, wiki and ITS available on Github: https://github.com/MetricsGrimoire/CVSAnalY
If you want to receive updates about new versions, and keep in touch with the development team, consider subscribing to the mailing list. It is a very low traffic list (< 1 msg a day): https://lists.libresoft.es/listinfo/metrics-grimoire
CVSAnalY was initially developed by the GSyC/LibreSoft group at the Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid (Spain). It is part of a wider research on libre software engineering, aimed to gain knowledge on how libre software is developed and maintained.
- Carlos Garcia Campos (carlosgc at gsyc.es)
- Gregorio Robles (grex at gsyc.escet.urjc.es)
- Alvaro Navarro (anavarro at gsyc.escet.urjc.es)
- Jesus M. Gonzalez-Barahona (jgb at gsyc.escet.urjc.es)
- Israel Herraiz (herraiz at gsyc.escet.urjc.es)
- Juan Jose Amor (jjamor at gsyc.escet.urjc.es)
- Martin Michlmayr (tbm at debian.org)
- Alvaro del Castillo (acs at barrapunto.com)
- Santiago Dueñas (sduenas at libresoft.es)
- and a lot of other awesome contributer via github