JCVSReport is an open source program that generates graphical reports about Java projects stored in CVS. It reveals, for example, which developer contributed the greatest number of lines of code, methods, and classes to a Java project.
JCVSReport is designed to both be easy to use and to extend. You can add new metrics and new graphs to JCVSReport by simply editing a .properties file. These .properties files can define metrics as simple as "Lines of Code" and as complex as "Cyclomatic Complexity" using a single regular expression.
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Authors: David James, Jeff Magder, Polina Gohstein, Olga Rodimina.
Acknowledgements: JCVSReport is powered by Bloof by Lukasz Pekacki.
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