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Forbid developer to commit code because of making weekly build


Forbid developer to commit code because of making weekly build

By : user3853894
Date : October 28 2020, 04:55 PM
may help you . Pick a revision. Check out the code from that revision. Build. ??? Profit.
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Forbid developer to use some API in Eclipse

Forbid developer to use some API in Eclipse


By : Raynald Tumampos
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps You could write your own FindBugs plugin that relies on the FindBugs API to provide you with metadata about method invocations (among other opcodes found in the bytecode). You'll need to specifically implement a custom BytecodeScanningDetector that can verify if an operation involves the execution of a set of banned APIs (System.currentTimeMillis() and Calendar.getInstance()) in your case.
Here's a tutorial to get you started on writing a FindBugs plugin. You can use this plugin in Eclipse, but it is preferable to run it in a CI server as part of your build.
Is it feasable for a developer to build and integrate the back-end of a website with another developer's front-end code?

Is it feasable for a developer to build and integrate the back-end of a website with another developer's front-end code?


By : Larue Mathieu
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps As long as you keep the variables consistent along the way, there should be no issues whatsoever. As long as you trust what the frontend developer has done, you should be good to go. The only situation I can see being an issue is if the frontend dev had some backend components directly modifying the source, but that's rare and bad practice considering how database oriented these systems usually are.
I say do an in-depth analysis before you dive in. If it looks too complicated you might look favorably at designing the frontend yourself. Either way, good luck!
How to get file ownership i.e lines of code added by each developer per commit for an application

How to get file ownership i.e lines of code added by each developer per commit for an application


By : Dillon Michael
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps I tried below statement , You can use this sequence
code :
git log --reverse --oneline filename | awk '{ print $1; }'| while read c
do echo "authors for commit $c:"
    git blame --line-porcelain filename $c | grep "^author " | sort | uniq -c | sort -nr
done
git log -p --reverse filename
Per day and per developer Graph of Code commit volume

Per day and per developer Graph of Code commit volume


By : omnia
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do If you wish to track how many lines of code were added between commits:
code :
# find your last reference commit and the desired comparison one
git diff --stat <commit-1> <commit-2>

# or 
git diff --shortstat <commit-1> <commit-2>
Should a developer commit Go generated code?

Should a developer commit Go generated code?


By : Terry Sun
Date : October 12 2020, 01:00 PM
With these it helps In general, yes.
The reasoning is simple: if I'm a downstream user of your code—that is, I want to merely include your library as a dependency or build your application,—there is no point in creating additional burden on me for building your code; I should be able to merely go build/go install your code and call it a day.
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