Johnny [Life & Code]

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diffstat : cool tool!!

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diffstat reads the output of diff and displays a histogram of the insertions, deletions, and modifications per-file. It is useful for reviewing large, complex patch files.

Srinidhi brought this under my radar of cool tools (of course .. emacs is #1)

Sample output :

admin/Login.aspx.cs                                             | 2
admin/ReportLogHandler.ashx.cs                         | 22 +++–
admin/ServerDetails.aspx                                     | 35 +++—–
admin/ServerDetails.aspx.cs                                 | 111 ++++++++++++++++++++——
admin/Web.config                                                 | 2
admin/css/ServerDetails.css                                  | 3
admin/iFolderAdmin.resx                                       | 5 –
core/Log                                                                 | 9 ++
core/WebService/Global.asax.cs                            | 2
core/WebService/Makefile.am                               | 12 ++
core/WebService/mono.server.web.config            | 60 ++++++++++++++
core/WebService/win.server.web.config                | 58 +++++++++++++
server/Simias.Server/Domain.cs                             | 13 +–
server/Simias.Server/IdentitySyncService.cs         | 4
server/Simias.Server/Report.cs                              | 68 ++++++++++++—
server/Simias.Server/ReportLogHandler.ashx.cs   | 4
webservices/SyncServiceInfo.cs                            | 13 +–
webservices/iFolderAdmin.asmx.cs                       | 14 +++
webservices/iFolderCommonLocal.cs                   | 25 +++++
webservices/iFolderServer.cs                                | 30 +++++++
webservices/iFolderSystem.cs                              | 8 –
21 files changed, 408 insertions(+), 92 deletions(-)

So now you know how big is your patch😀

Written by Johnny

December 6, 2006 at 9:18 am

Posted in Linux Fun, Tech

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