Friday, March 16, 2012

What have you done for me lately?

I've been asked for an idea of what Atheros, now known as QCA (Qualcomm Atheros) has done on Linux, the kernel, upstream. I wanted to get stats before and after the Qualcomm acquisition. At first I tried git diff --stat --author, but that doesn't do the job, but Greg pointed me to Chris Mason's python gitstat utility. I had to hack it a bit to work (patch sent):
--- gitstat.orig 2012-03-16 18:01:42.719510143 -0700
+++ gitstat 2012-03-16 18:02:40.089510169 -0700
@@ -8,6 +8,7 @@
 #
 import sys
 import os
+import re
 from optparse import OptionParser
 
 VERSION="gitstat 0.18"
@@ -241,7 +242,7 @@
         if last:
             words = last.split()
             if '+' in words[-1] or '-' in words[-1]:
-                val = int(words[-2])
+                val = int(re.sub("\D", "", words[-2]))
             else:
                 val = int(words[-1])
 
But after that I got some stats and I figured I'd share. These are the stats of Atheros' contributions prior to the Qualcomm acquisition. These are the stats since Atheros ever started hacking on the kernel up to v3.3-rc7. To generate these I did respectively:


gitstat -d -e atheros.com v2.6.26-rc3~65^2~14^2~19..v3.1-rc1~24^2~10^2^2~398
gitstat -d -e atheros.com -e qca.qualcomm.com v2.6.26-rc3~65^2~14^2~19..HEAD 

v2.6.26-rc3~65^2~14^2~19 happens to be Atheros' first contribution to the Linux kernel, and v3.1-rc1~24^2~10^2^2~398 our last one, after that our contributions went out under QCA.

The shortstat version, before the acquisition:

 531 files changed, 317748 insertions(+), 140965 deletions(-)
After the acquisition:
 593 files changed, 362457 insertions(+), 293184 deletions(-)
We keep chugging along. Most impressive to me of all these stats were Kalle Valo's stats, which show he has deleted a lot more code from the kernel than actually add:

Kalle Valo (120) commits (+23070/-102518)

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