Need to know LOC per user for a particular time span

Based on https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CRUC-7854

Is there an option to see the LOC for a particular date and for a particular time span?

It is ok if i get the result using a REST hit or even using a mysql DB query.
if there is no such option in crucible, let me know some hint so that i can automate it from backend. 

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I hope you are using SVN otherwise you won't be able go get LoC statistic.
If you are using Git please start watching FE-3239.

So how you can get LoC information for your SVN repo.
There is a resource that generates charts, tweaking it a bit you can get LoC info for repo/branch/tag/path per day.

//APPLICATION_CONTEXT/fe/locChart.do?context=main&outputtype=json&repname=sanity1&br=MAIN
## Where required params are:
# "context" {string="main"}
# "outputtype" {string="json|image"}
# "repname" {string} repository name

## Optional:
# "author" {string}
# "br" {string} branch name
# "tag" {string} tag name
# "path" {string} path to the file

## Work with "outputtype=image":
# "endDate" {string} end date in ISO format
# "startDate" {string} start date in ISO format

It's not possible to get the day for some particular time span. However charts can be build using startDate and endDate (but it doesn't work for JSON output format type). But it is not a big problem to find a particular date in the array of results.

The response look like this:

[ 
   { 
      "(trunk)":[ 
         { 
            "0":[ 
               { 
                  "loc_change":132,
                  "num_revisions":1,
                  "loc_running_total":132,
                  "revisions_running_total":1,
                  "start_time":1004054400000,
                  "end_time":1004140799999
               },
               { 
                  "loc_change":1,
                  "num_revisions":10,
                  "loc_running_total":133,
                  "revisions_running_total":11,
                  "start_time":1014854400000,
                  "end_time":1014940799999
               },
               { 
                  "loc_change":-1,
                  "num_revisions":1,
                  "loc_running_total":132,
                  "revisions_running_total":12,
                  "start_time":1014940800000,
                  "end_time":1015027199999
               }
            ]
         }
      ]
   }
]

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