And it appears that it's ignoring the svn log for files and only looking at our last restructure to move files to /trunk, is that normal? our analysis shows the commit stats as:
This is certainly a peculiar result. It looks like our system only picked up changes to your source code on Oct 25 and Oct 26, ignoring an entire year of prior activity. Why it did this is a mystery. I'll do some investigating and attempt a new analysis.
I'm afraid that the problem stems from your recent restructuring from the /Framework subdirectory to the /trunk subdirectory. For performance reasons, we do not look at any files or history which occurs outside of the trunk directory. If you edit files in another directory, and then merge those changes into the trunk, our system sees only the final merge to trunk as if it were a single checkin.
Because you moved all of your source code into the /trunk directory less than a week ago, to Ohloh it looks like your entire project is just a week old. I realize that this is a very poor result for Framewerk, but this is a very complicated problem on which we have had to compromise for the time being.
Regarding the ability to mark directories to be ignored, we are seeing quite a few requests for this, and we are thinking about exactly how this feature should work. If you have some ideas, we'd love your input. And yes, it looks like the license detections were all picked up inside of FCKeditor.
Yes, we ignore binary files. However, deleting and re-adding the enlistment will have no effect. Even if you 'delete' the enlistment, our system still remembers it and keeps all of its code for a period of time. This reduces churn on our system.
We periodically re-analyze all projects, so eventually our report will be updated to reflect your changes. Lately we've been very busy with new project requests, so we are falling behind on updates to existing projects. We've added more servers, and are catching up quickly.
I will prioritize a refresh of this project, so it should be updated to reflect your change within a day or two.
Thanks, last request would be for a way to request an enlistment for historical purposes, if I could point to a specific svn url at a specific revision for historical stats, what would be great :-) Thanks for the help and what not.