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=== MetricFu 1.3.0 / 2010-01-26
* Flay can be configured to ignore scores below a threshold (by default it ignores scores less than 100)
* When running Rcov you can configure the RAILS_ENV (defaults to 'test') so running metric_fu doesn't interfere with other environments
* Changed devver-construct (a gem hosted by GitHub) development dependency to test-construct dependency (on Gemcutter) - Dan Mayer
* Upgrade Bluff to 0.3.6 and added tooltips to graphs - Édouard Brière
* Removed Saikuro from vendor and added it as a gem dependency - Édouard Brière
* Churn has moved outside metric_fu and is now a gem and a dependency - Dan Mayer
* Fix 'activesupport' deprecation (it should be 'active_support') - Bryan Helmkamp
* Declared development dependencies
* Cleaned and sped up specs
=== MetricFu 1.2.0 / 2010-01-09
* ftools isn't supported by 1.9 so moved to fileutils.
* Overhauled the graphing to use Gruff or Google Charts so we no longer depend on ImageMagick/rmagick -- thanks to Carl Youngblood.
* Stopped relying on Github gems as they will be going away.
=== MetricFu 1.1.6 / 2009-12-14
* Now compatible with Reek 1.2x thanks to Kevin Rutherford
* Fixed problem with deleted files still showing up in Flog reports thanks to Dan Mayer
=== MetricFu 1.1.5 / 2009-8-13
* Previous Ruby 1.9 fix was not quite fix-y enough
=== MetricFu 1.1.4 / 2009-7-13
* Fixed another Ruby 1.9x bug
=== MetricFu 1.1.3 / 2009-7-10
* MetricFu is now Ruby 1.9x compatible
* Removed the check for deprecated ways of configuring metric_fu as the tests were causing Ruby 1.9x problems and it's been forever since they were supported.
* Removed total flog score from graph (which will always go up and so doesn't mean much) and replacing it with top_five_percent_average which is an average of the worst 5 percent of your methods.
* Sort Flog by highest score in the class which I feel is more important than the total flog flog score.
=== MetricFu 1.1.2 / 2009-7-09
* Removed dependency on gruff and rmagick (unless the user wants graphs, of course).
* New look for styling -- Edouard Brière
* Extra param in rcov call was causing problems -- Stewart Welbourne
* Preventing rake task from being run multiple times when other rake tasks switch the environment -- Matthew Van Horn
* Typo in Rcov dependency verification and fixing parsing Saikuro nested information -- Mark Wilden
=== MetricFu 1.1.1 / 2009-6-29
* Fix for empty flog files
=== MetricFu 1.1.0 / 2009-6-22
* Flog, flay, reek, roodi, and rcov reports now graph progress over time. Well done Nick Quaranto and Edouard Brière.
* 'Awesome' template has been brought in so that reports look 90% less 'ghetto.' Also done by Nick Quaranto and Edouard Brière.
* Added links to TextMate (which keep getting removed. Probably by me. Sorry.) -- David Chelimsky
* Fixed a bug for scratch files which have a size of 0 -- Kevin Hall
* Changed gem dependencies from install-time in gemspec to runtime when each of the generators is loaded. This allows use of github gems (i.e. relevance-rcov instead of rcov) and also allows you to install only the gems for the metrics you plan on using. -- Alex Rothenberg
* Empty Flog file fix -- Adam Bair
* Added a simple fix for cases where Saikuro results with nested information -- Randy Souza
* Fixed rcov configuration so it ignores library files on Linux -- Diego Carrion
* Changing churn so that it still works deeper than the git root directory -- Andrew Timberlake
* Andrew Timberlake also made some nice changes to the base template which kinda of got overshadowed by the 'awesome' template. Sorry about that Andrew.
=== MetricFu 1.0.2 / 2009-5-11
* Fixing problems with Reek new line character (thanks to all who pointed this out)
* Flog now recognizes namespaces in method names thanks to Daniel Guettler
* Saikuro now looks at multiple directories, again.
=== MetricFu 1.0.1 / 2009-5-3
* metrics:all task no longer requires a {} if you want to accept the defaults
* rcov task now reports total coverage percent
=== MetricFu 1.0.0 / 2009-4-30
* Merged in Grant McInnes' work on creating yaml output for all metrics to aid harvesting by other tools
* Supporting Flog 2.1.0
* Supporting Reek 1.0.0
* Removed dependency on Rails Env for 3.months.ago (for churn report), now using chronic gem ("3 months ago").
* Almost all code is out of Rakefiles now and so is more easily testable
* Metrics inherit from a refactored Generator now. New metrics generators just have to implement "emit", "analyze", "to_h" and inherit from Generator. They also must have a template. See the flay generator and template for a simple implementation.
* You now define the metrics you wish to run in the configuration and then run "metrics:all". No other metrics task is exposed by default.
=== MetricFu 0.9.0 / 2009-1-25
* Adding line numbers to the views so that people viewing it on cc.rb can figure out where the problems are
* Merging in changes from Jay Zeschin having to do with the railroad task -- I still have no idea how to use it (lemme know if you figure it out)
* Added totals to Flog results
* Moved rcov options to configuration
=== MetricFu 0.8.9 / 2009-1-20
* Thanks to Andre Arko and Petrik de Heus for adding the following features:
* The source control type is auto-detected for Churn
* Moved all presentation to templates
* Wrote specs for all classes
* Added flay, Reek and Roodi metrics
* There's now a configuration class (see README for details)
* Unification of metrics reports
* Metrics can be generated using one command
* Adding new metrics reports has been standardized
=== MetricFu 0.8.0 / 2008-10-06
* Source Control Churn now supports git (thanks to Erik St Martin)
* Flog Results are sorted by Highest Flog Score
* Fix for a bunch of 'already initialized constant' warnings that metric_fu caused
* Fixing bug so the flog reporter can handle methods with digits in the name (thanks to Andy Gregorowicz)
* Internal Rake task now allows metric_fu to flog/churn itself
=== MetricFu 0.7.6 / 2008-09-15
* Rcov now looks at test and specs
* Exclude gems and Library ruby code from rcov
* Fixed bug with churn start_date functionality (bad path)
=== MetricFu 0.7.5 / 2008-09-12
* Flog can now flog any set of directories you like (see README).
* Saikuro can now look at any set of directories you like (see README).
=== MetricFu 0.7.1 / 2008-09-12
* Fixed filename bugs pointed out by Bastien
=== MetricFu 0.7.0 / 2008-09-11
* Merged in Sean Soper's changes to metric_fu.
* Metric_fu is now a gem.
* Flogging now uses a MD5 hash to figure out if it should re-flog a file (if it's changed)
* Flogging also has a cool new output screen(s)
* Thanks Sean!
=== Metricks 0.4.2 / 2008-07-01
* Changed rcov output directory so that it is no longer 'coverage/unit' but just 'coverage' for better integration with CC.rb
=== Metricks 0.4.1 / 2008-06-13
* Rcov tests now extend beyond one level depth directory by using RcovTask instead of the shell
=== Metricks 0.4.0 / 2008-06-13
* Implementing functionality for use as a gem
* Added Rakefile to facilitate testing
=== Metricks 0.3.0 / 2008-06-11
* Generated reports now open on darwin automatically
* Generated reports reside under tmp/metricks unless otherwise specified by ENV['CC_BUILD_ARTIFACTS']
* MD5Tracker works with Flog reports for speed optimization
=== Metricks 0.2.0 / 2008-06-11
* Integrated use of base directory constant
* Have all reports automatically open in a browser if platform is darwin
* Namespaced under Metricks
* Dropped use of shell md5 command in favor of Ruby's Digest::MD5 libraries
=== Metricks 0.1.0 / 2008-06-10
* Initial integration of metric_fu and my enhancements to flog
* Metrics are generated but are all over the place
=== MetricFu 0.6.0 / 2008-05-11
* Add source control churn report
=== MetricFu 0.5.1 / 2008-04-25
* Fixed bug with Saikuro report generation
=== MetricFu 0.5.0 / 2008-04-25
* create MetricFu as a Rails Plugin
* Add Flog Report
* Add Coverage Report
* Add Saikuro Report
* Add Stats Report
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