Changes between Version 13 and Version 14 of AnalyzePlugin


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Dec 11, 2011 6:12:09 AM (3 years ago)
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robguttman
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  • AnalyzePlugin

    v13 v14  
    5858This plugin currently includes three analyses that can each be individually enabled for one or more reports.  Each analysis is configured by modifying the {{{[analyze]}}} section of {{{trac.ini}}} - see below for examples.  When an analysis is enabled for a report, an '''Analyze...''' button appears at the top of the report and the analysis' name will appear in the subsequent dialog box when the button is clicked.  You can either choose a single analysis or all analyses in this dialog box.  Selecting "All" will run them serially.
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    60 '''Important:''' The current analyses are powerful and yet are limited.  They do not, for example, detect circular dependencies nor can they handle complex relationship all in one pass.  What this means is that after a pass of fixes, the changes may have caused or exposed other issues that another analysis pass will uncover.  So the general usage pattern is to continue re-running analyses until "quiescence" is reached - i.e., until there are no more issues to fix.
     60'''Important:''' The current analyses are powerful and yet are limited.  They do not, for example, detect circular dependencies nor can they handle complex relationships all in one pass.  What this means is that after a pass of fixes, the changes may have caused or exposed other issues that another analysis pass will uncover.  So the general usage pattern is to continue re-running analyses until "quiescence" is reached - i.e., until there are no more issues to fix.
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    6262==== Milestone Dependency Analysis ====