[Haskell-cafe] darcs patch dependencies in dot format
Felipe Almeida Lessa
felipe.lessa at gmail.com
Sun May 13 03:13:51 CEST 2012
Truly amazing! I wonder it would fare with larger repositories. =)
Felipe – enviado do meu Galaxy Tab.
Em 12/05/2012 09:52, "Sönke Hahn" <shahn at cs.tu-berlin.de> escreveu:
> Hi all!
> Yesterday I wrote a little tool to output the dependencies of darcs
> patches in dot format. The hardest part was to wrap my head around the
> darcs API and find a way to let it compute the patch dependencies. I
> don't know, if I got it right, but it looks correct at first glance.
> Here is the code:
> To use it just execute the program in a darcs repo and it will output a
> dot graph to stdout. The graph does not contain all dependencies, but
> the transitive reduction. The patch names are truncated at 15 characters.
> And here is an example graph:
> These are the patch dependencies of one of my darcs repos
> (https://patch-tag.com/r/shahn/hate). Some observations I made:
> * There are two completely separate subgraphs. One subgraph seems to be
> for the testsuite, the other for the actual code. This means, the two
> don't depend on each other and could easily be put in two distinct repos.
> * There is a "re-implementation" patch with a lot of incoming and
> outgoing edges. (Which makes sense.)
> * There are some sequences of patches (e.g. these four "allow ..."
> patches in the upper left corner) that seem to contain related patches.
> * darcs's patch system is awesome!
> Any comments or suggestions?
> Haskell-Cafe mailing list
> Haskell-Cafe at haskell.org
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the Haskell-Cafe