analizo-metrics-batch - processes several source code directories in batch
analizo metrics-batch [OPTIONS] [<input> [<input> ...]]
Processes several source code directories in batch running analizo metrics for each and optionally consolidating the results in a single data file.
analizo metrics-batch is useful when you want to analyze several projects at once, or several different versions of the same project. You pass a list of directories in the command line and each one will be analyzed as a separate project. If no directories are passed in the command line, all of the subdirectories of the current directory will be analized.
For example, suppose you want to process 5 consecutive releases of myproject, from version 0.1.0 to 0.5.0.
First you unpack the release tarballs for those versions in a directory, say /tmp/analysis:
$ ls -1 /tmp/analysis
Then you change to that directory, and then run analizo metrics-batch:
$ cd /tmp/analysis
$ analizo metrics-batch
analizo metrics-batch will collect the metrics data in a single .csv file, that you can import in spreadsheet software or statistical packages.
analizo metrics-batch is part of the analizo suite.
Activates support for parallel processing, using N concurrent worker processes. Usually you will want N to be less than or equal to the number of CPUs in your machine.
Note that analizo metrics extraction is a CPU-intensive process, so setting N as the exactly number of CPUs you have may bring your machine to an unusable state.
Write output to <file>. Default is to write to metrics.csv. That file can then be opened in data analysis programs.
Suppresses messages to standard output.
To install Analizo, copy and paste the appropriate command in to your terminal.
perl -MCPAN -e shell
For more information on module installation, please visit the detailed CPAN module installation guide.