Report Command

The report command will show a CLI table of metrics for the list of files provided. It is useful for comparing differences and trends between revisions.

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Examples

To show a report, simply give the name or path to the file you want to report on

$ wily report example.py

By default, wily will show the default metrics (typically Lines-of-code, cyclomatic complexity and maintainability index)

To change the metrics, provide the metric names (run wily list-metrics for a list) as arguments.

$ wily report example.py loc sloc comments

Wily report will show all available revisions, to only show a set number, add the -n or --number flag

$ wily report example.py -n 10

Similar to the index command, wily report will not show the commit message. To add the message to the output, add the --message flag.

$ wily report example.py --message

Command Line Usage

wily

Show metrics for a given file.

wily [OPTIONS] FILE [METRICS]...

Options

-n, --number <number>

Number of items to show

-m, --message, --no-message

Include revision message

-f, --format <format>

Specify report format (console or html)

Options:CONSOLE|HTML
--console-format <console_format>

Style for the console grid, see Tabulate Documentation for a list of styles.

-o, --output <output>

Output report to specified HTML path, e.g. reports/out.html

Arguments

FILE

Required argument

METRICS

Optional argument(s)