Today I have released the second beta version of phpUnderControl. Beside several minor tweaks and bug fixes, this release contains one additional feature I was asked for during the IPC in Berlin. This feature allows you to specify a maximum number of log entries that will be shown in the generated metric charts. This can be very useful once you have a project with a great amount of builds and the chart rendering gets slower and slower.
This feature adds a new option --max-number to phpUnderControl's chart command. To rebuild all your charts you can call phpUnderControl's shell script with the following command:
Thanks for the added feature (and thanks for the talk at IPC). Another nice feature would be if you could generate these graphs on the fly from the web-interface. Like if you wanted for a specific period eg. a week, a month, a sprint. Alternatively you could specify the chart command multiple times with different intervals in you cruisecontrol config file like:
Anywho...... great work.... I think phpundercontrol is a great tool and I'm moving all of my projects to it as fast as I can code.
Johannes Skov Frandsen
sorry for my latency, but I was really busy during the last weeks :-/ Your idea sounds interesting, but one question: You mean something like a custom date-range that you can specify for the chart command? Something line --from-day 42 to --to-day 0, which will render all builds during the last 42 days?