[squeak-dev] [OT] Check out Gource!
lenglish5 at cox.net
Sat Aug 14 23:43:47 UTC 2010
On 8/14/10 9:27 AM, Bert Freudenberg wrote:
> On 14.08.2010, at 18:17, David Faught wrote:
>>> On 14.08.2010, at 15:08, David Faught wrote:
>>>> Yes, pun intended. Check out. Get it? Gource is a Google Code
>>>> project that visually presents the history of a source version control
>>>> system. Maybe someone industrious could figure out how to feed in a
>>>> few historical changes files from Squeak ...
>> On Sat Aug 14 14:09:59 UTC 2010, Bert Freudenberg wrote:
>>> Should be rather simple:
>> To make it interesting, maybe a Squeak method should equate to the
>> gource "file" in the Custom Log Format.
>> It looks like more than the changes file would have to be used. There
>> are a couple of non-obvious things, like where the path of the "file"
>> comes from.
>> To get what I originally envisioned, apparently the real trick is in
>> picking a good set of change files. I never really browsed through
>> complete changes file much before, and it looks like there is a lot
>> less there than what I naively thought. I was envisioning "The
>> Complete Squeak History" but that seems unrealistic now. Maybe.
> Class category and name might already be sufficient to get a nice visualization, e.g.
> for class Heap in category Collections-Sequenceable. This would match in other languages, which often use one file per class.
> - Bert -
Wouldn't the traffic from commits at source.squeak.org give you suitable
data, all by itself?
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