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Extract Fisheye's commit calendar data

Hi Guys,

Is it possible to extract Fisheye's commit calendar data into csv or excel? This is by repository or by user I mean.



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Hi @EJ Victoria,

On both repository activity stream page (e.g. and user activity stream pge (e.g. click on the "Tools" button in the top right corner.  There is a "RSS feed" link which would generate RSS (XML based) document with the recent activity.  Just ensure you filter commits only if you are interested in Commit data but not review data, e.g.:


Alternatively you can use FishEye's REST API, e.g. to list changesets matching given criteria - committed by particular committer and/or limited to particular repository only.  You can retrieve the data in both XML and JSON format.

Hope that helps,

Hi Piotr,

The data that I'm interested at is:



Any recommendation as to how to get this data (commit count per month)?

There is a way to retrieve this data, but bear in mind this is not a part of public API, so I can't guarantee it won't change in the future. You can request it using the following links: * * in html and json format respectively. Hope that helps, Piotr

This seems to work for us for checking the commit calendar for a user: [FISHEYE]/fe/ [FISHEYE]/fe/ Thanks for the help.

Hmmm now experimenting if this can also be applied for groups, like: [FISHEYE]/fe/ Is there a way for this?

I am afraid this is not possible directly. You may want to use REST API to retrieve names of users who belong to particular group though, then iterate and request commit calendar data for each user and add it up.

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