I would like to know the following about a code review
I'm writing an event listener to harvest meaninful information as our users interact with Crucible. I see no way to determine this information without going out and querying fisheye for every changeset in the review.
Is there a better way? Are there plans to add these metrics?
You may be interested in the following free plugin on our Market Place then: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/com.atlassian.crucible.plugins.review-statistics
And another one which is paid: https://marketplace.atlassian.com/plugins/biz.deref.flyover.flyoverForCrucible
Can you please outline what it is you are trying to report exactly.
When you say: " total LoC are represented by the list of review items"
total LoC of what ?
And for the last two items: Are you really just interested in reporting how many lines of code users add or remove from a Code Review ? These may sound like dumb questions, but I don't get you are after.
Thanks or the response. The goal is to understand trends and behaviors for teams conducting code reviews.
I want to know how many LoC have been added to each review. The reason for the added/deleted numbers in aggregate from across each changeset is that it would be a better representation for large legacy classes where perhaps a method was added or some refactoring was done.
In both cases the goal is to be able to understand how the size of a review affects things like duration, collaboration, and identifying defects.
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