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Help needed for EyeQL query

I need help on writing a query for getting the top committers -by LOC,top commiters by revision,top commiters by commit and LOC by File extension.

I know we have Code Metrics Report section gives all these . But i want to get all the data specified in Code Metrics Report by querying so that i can use the values in my script using API.

Please let me know how to form the query to get above one.

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Top Committers by revision can be obtained by using following query:

select revisions from dir "<path to branch>" where author in '(<list of authors>)' return author,path"

The result may include both directory path and file path for an author .Remove the directory path using scripts and the count of path contains filename will give you the count of revision created by that particular author.

Top committers by commit can be obtained by

select revisions from dir "/branches/mybranch" where author in '(xx,yy,zz)' group by changeset return author,revision

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