Release Notes: It is now possible to specify groups of users in order to produce per-group usage graphs, and a switch has been added to specify a set of arguments to pass to all invocations of CVS.
Release Notes: The per-user statistical plots were broken since the changes introduced in 1.7.2. This how now been fixed.
Release Notes: This release makes sure the "exit" command is added to all gnuplot scripts when generating graphical plots. On Win32, the userdata plots were not being plotted at all, as the gnuplot process would terminate before the output file was flushed and closed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a minor bug where warning messages would appear when the data is being written and -userdata isn't specified.
Release Notes: Per-user CVS statistics were added, so it is now possible to see the CVS contributions performed by individual users plotted using gnuplot. The list of users of interest can also be specified. By default, all users will be plotted. The -countchangedlines option affects the way the linecounts are calculated. If the -countchangedlines option is set, then the line counts indicate the number of lines changed, instead of added. So if a commit added 5 lines, and removed 3, the count would be 8, not 2. This was requested by some users who want to use this as a rough measure of productivity.
Release Notes: A number of changes were made to support CVS repositories running under Windows, which have slightly differently formatted diffs. Some UNIXisms were also removed to make the script cross-platform.
Release Notes: The CVS log parser is more flexible. It seems that not all CVS logs have "state: Exp;", but sometimes have "state: Rel;" when a new file is added. This was initially detected when running cvsplot over Spamassassin. The -linestyle argument has been added, which generates plots using lines rather than discrete points. For large range plots, this can improve readability.
Release Notes: Its possible to generate a single plot containing both the line and file statistics, handle CVS repositories with non-standard revision numbers (such as those with a head starting at 8.1), and to use the ShellQuote module for better handling of unusual filenames. Error handling for when CVS commands fail was also improved.
Release Notes: This version fixes a bug with using -rlog and -cvsdir when the directory was remote. The generated statistics weren't correct in this case.
Release Notes: The -rlog option was added so that it is now possible to gather statistics without requiring a checked out copy of the module of interest. This option requires CVS version >= 1.11.1.