How to get no of modified/changed lines via EyeQL?


The fields in EyeQL linesAdded and linesRemoved gives us information which also includes modified line. For example 5 lines are changed (neither added nor removed) by a developer then there is no clear indication how to calculate them. If 5 lines are changed in code, it gives us information in terms of 5 lines removed and 5 lines added. Basically I want output which gives me linesAdded (ONLY NEWLY ADDED lines but not including modified lines), linesRemoved (purely REMOVED lines but not including modified lines) and linesChanged (this doesn't exists) which is actually no of lines which are just modified.

Anyone has any idea how to get this information?

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We do not track this information in FishEye - Technically it is very error prone to differentiate changed from added/removed.

Thanks Matthew.

Still, Is there any way either using EyeQL or directly using database query to find this information? it's fine if it's not 100% perfect but if it can give closer look to real numbers, would be enuogh for me. Any inputs?

Thanks in advance.

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