On Thu, Apr 25, 2013 at 2:59 PM, Felipe Contreras
> This script find people that might be interested in a patch, by going
> back through the history for each single hunk modified, and finding
> people that reviewed, acknowledge, signed, or authored the code the
> patch is modifying.
> It does this by running 'git blame' incrementally on each hunk, and then
> parsing the commit message. After gathering all the relevant people, it
> groups them to show what exactly was their role when the participated in
> the development of the relevant commit, and on how many relevant commits
> they participated. They are only displayed if they pass a minimum
> threshold of participation.
Is this patch still not understandable? If so, I would gladly strip
away functionality, like the ability to show the roles. But for the
functionality it provides, I don't see how it could be any simpler.
Sure, code comments might help, but first I would like to make the
code as self-documenting as possible, so I would give a try at a
simplified version first, and then perhaps adding a Person object.
Better for me if the code was good enough as it is though.
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