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Analyze your Git !

antoinega profile image Antoine ・2 min read

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I am a huge fan of Adam Tornhill! I like the code-forensics approach to see how the team is behaving. Adam wrote a book about it: Your Code as a Crime Scene, and has built a tool to analyze data code-maat.

I have discovered a docker image based on this github repo, to easily do it.

As i am on Windows, i need to create a cofo.bat file at the root of my git repository

@echo off
setlocal enabledelayedexpansion
set args=%*
set wd="%cd::=%"
if "%args:~-2%" == "sh" (
  docker run -it --rm -v /!wd:\=/!:/root/shared --entrypoint sh jdevoo/code-forensic
) else (
  docker run -it --rm -v /!wd:\=/!:/root/shared -w /root/shared -p 3000:3000 -e COMMAND_DEBUG=true jdevoo/code-forensic %*
)
set wd=
set args=

and then through Powershell call it! It will output the list of available analysis:

Analysis tasks
* sloc-trend-analysis                 : Analyse the sloc trend in time for a particular file
* javascript-complexity-trend-analysis: Analyse the complexity trend in time for a particular javascript file
* ruby-complexity-trend-analysis      : Analyse the complexity trend in time for a particular ruby file
* sum-of-coupling-analysis            : Analyse the sum of coupling for each file
* temporal-coupling-analysis          : Analyse the evolution of coupling in time for a particular file
* hotspot-analysis                    : Analyse the complexity and churn of source code to identify hotspots
* commit-message-analysis             : Analyse the number of occurrencies of commit message words
* developer-effort-analysis           : Analyse the distribution of effort (revisions) amongst developers/teams
* developer-coupling-analysis         : Analyse the ownership and communication coupling between developers
* knowledge-map-analysis              : Analyse the distribution of knowledge amongst developers/teams for each file
* system-evolution-analysis           : Analyse the evolution and the coupling in time of different parts of your system

The parameters required for each analysis can be found on the github.

For example, if i want a developer-effort-analysis between 2019-01-01 and 2020-06-01, i need to

  • create a gulpfile.js at the root of my git repository containing
require("code-forensics").configure(
  {
    repository: {
      rootPath: ".",
    },
  },
  {
    dateFrom: "2019-01-01",
    dateTo: "2020-06-01",
  }
);
  • execute
.\cofo.bat developer-effort-analysis

That's it! The analysis has been performed!
To view it, we need to execute

.\cofo.bat webserver

then using

docker ps -a 

find the port mapping for the container !

$ docker ps -a
CONTAINER ID        IMAGE                  COMMAND             CREATED              STATUS              PORTS                     NAMES
c5d2215b5586        jdevoo/code-forensic   "gulp webserver"    About a minute ago   Up About a minute   0.0.0.0:32773->3000/tcp   jolly_murdock

In this example it was 32773, so i navigate to http://localhost:32773 to view my reports !

Hope this helps !

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