#9 Add a -passwd option to StatCVS

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2006-12-05
2005-11-26
James Ring
No

I used StatCVS on a repository with 12 active
authors, and I found it useful
to be able to see their names alongside their
usernames.

The attached patch adds a -passwd <path> option to
StatCVS, which allows you
to specify the location of a Unix-style passwd file
containing username->real
name mappings. Users of cvs2cl will already be
familiar with a similar
feature in that utility.

So, if you have a file that contains

sjr:x:blah:blah:James Ring:blah
jmd:x:blah:blah:Jon M. Doe:blah
abc:x:blah:blah:Anne B. Collins:blah

the -passwd option with this file will map the
username sjr to "James Ring".
This patch doesn't actually change the HTML or graph
output of StatCVS. Follow-up patches will be posted
which rely on this patch.

Discussion

  • James Ring
    James Ring
    2005-11-26

    Patch that implements described behaviour in StatCVS

     
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  • James Ring
    James Ring
    2005-11-26

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    I forgot to mention that this is a rolled-up version of
    the two patches I sent to the mailing list. You don't need
    that second patch now.

     
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