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Summary An SCM query tool similar to Mozilla's tool, Bonsai.
Category scm
License Apache License
Owner(s) jduprey

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Oct. 18, 2005 Version 0.3 is On Its Way.
Sept. 23, 2004 Version 0.2 released.
Sept. 21, 2004 Version 0.1 released.
Sept. 18, 2004 Another screen shot posted, see the announcements section.

Kamikaze-qscm is a tool that allows developers and CM related personnel to query the commits made to one or more source control repositories. It is very similar to Mozilla's bonsai tool. Kamikaze-qscm currently works with Subversion, but a modular approach is planned for other SCM systems.

Kamikaze for Subversion currently consists of a perl back-end hook for inserting commit information into a MySQL database. (In the future, a modular approach to data storage is planned - allowing the use of many different data storage implementations. ) A PHP front-end is used to perform repository queries and display results. (In the future a web service API (XML-RPC and/or SOAP) will be provided to access the same information for incorporation into other tools.)

Screen shots are here.

Mission

This project's mission is to provide bonsai-like query capabilities in subversion. It will attempt to integrate with other tools such as WebSVN and help developers track changes.

Related resources

  • Bonsai - Mozilla.org's CVS Query Tool
  • Tinderbox - Mozilla.org's continuous integration and blame tracking tool.
  • WebSVN - A nice revision browsing tool for subversion.
  • Perl - A very useful scripting language that is used to import revision history into Kamikaze's database.
  • PHP - SSI language that Kamikaze is written in.
  • MySQL - A popular and powerful database that Kamikaze uses to store and access its revision data very quickly.