analizo-tree-evolution - watch the evolution of the source code
analizo tree-evolution [OPTIONS]
Watch the evolution of the source code tree in a Git repository.
When run inside a Git repository, analizo tree-evolution will output all different sets of directories found in the project's history. For each commit in which a new directory was added or removed, you will have the commit hash and a snapshot of the source code tree at that commit.
For example, consider the following sample execution of analizo tree-evolution against a sample Git repository:
$ analizo tree-evolution # 073290fbad0254793bd3ecfb97654c04368d0039 src # 85f7db08f7b7b0b62e3c0023b2743d529b0d5b4b src src/input # f41cf7d0351e812285efd60c6d957c330b1f61a1 src src/input src/output
The output shows us the following information:
Commit 073290fbad0254793bd3ecfb97654c04368d0039 was the first commit in the project, and back then the project had a "src" directory.
In commit 85f7db08f7b7b0b62e3c0023b2743d529b0d5b4b, a directory called src/input was added to the tree.
Finally, commit f41cf7d0351e812285efd60c6d957c330b1f61a1 introduced another directory called src/output.
analizo tree-evolution is part of the analizo suite.
- --language LANGUAGE, -l LANGUAGE
Filters the source tree by language. When determining the contents of the source tree, only consider directories that contain files that match the expected file extensions for LANGUAGE.
LANGUAGE can be one of c, cpp and java. The default behaviour is to consider all files in the repository.