How can I find out the review coverage of a single code branch using crusible/fisheye and git?
The reports show me the commits in a week and which ones have been reviewed but as a lot of our branches are personal developer and project branches where we don't require code reviews on all commits it very hard to find out the coverage level of our pre-release branch.
I've found a couple of ways to solve review coverage on branches, at least with SVN. I think it should work with GIT also, but YMMV.
Use a Query
For the Components, run this query and look for items with a blank in the “Reviews” columnselect revisions where not reviewed and not is deleted and is head on **MY_BRANCH** order by date desc group by changeset return path, revision, author, date, reviews
Run the Code Coverage Report on the Branch
The Coverage Report is run for the subtree of the repository File browser view from which it was called.
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