12 plugins in category «Reporting»

Basic COCOMO calculator

Plugin allows calculation of Basic COCOMO (Constructive Cost Model) estimates. Following classes of software projects are supported:
  • Organic
  • Semi-detached
  • Embedded
To ignore files in some directory create .cocomoignore file and add a prefix per line. Valid prefixes need to start with "/", for example: add "/target/" to ignore Maven output directory.

Completion Stats Collector

This plugin collects data about your usage of code completion, anonymises and sends it to us. Note, the plugin doesn’t send any of your personal data or code. All we send is just numbers calculated based on your completion usage patterns

COPE Recorder

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Dependencies Version Checker

This plugin provides the bottom tool window which extract library declaration from your 'build.gradle' script and show latest library versions searched in Maven Repository.

Git Time Metric

Simple, seamless, lightweight time tracking for all your git projects

Git Time Metrics (GTM) is a tool to automatically track time spent reading and working on code that you store in a Git repository.
By installing GTM and using supported plug-ins for your favorite editors, you can immediately realize better insight into how you are spending your time and on what files.

Installation

Installing GTM is a two step process. First, it's recommended you install the GTM executable that the plug-in integrates with and then install the JetBrains GTM plug-in. Please submit an issue if you have any problems and/or questions.

1. Follow the Getting Started section to install the GTM executable for your operating system.

2. Install the plug-in from your JetBrains IDE, select Preferences -> Plugins -> Browse Repositories... and search for "Git Time Metric".

Note - to enable time tracking for a Git repository, you need to initialize it with gtm init otherwise it will be ignored by GTM. This is done via the command line. You can run this within the JetBrains IDE terminal.

> cd /path/to/your/project
> gtm init


To report a bug, please submit an issue on the GitHub Page.
Consult the README and Wiki for more information.

iTimeTrack

Metrics, insights, and time tracking automatically generated from your programming activity.

Installation

1. Inside your IDE, select Preferences -> Plugins -> Browse Repositories....

2. Search for iTimeTrack.

3. Click the green Install Plugin button and confirm the installation.

4. Re-launch your IDE.

5. Enter your api key, then click Save.

6. Use your IDE like you normally do and your time will be tracked for you automatically.

7. Visit https://iTimeTrack.com to see your logged time.

Source Code: https://github.com/iTimeTrack/iTimeTrack-jetbrains

PHPStats - SLOC Counter

By rexem
SLOC Counter for your PHP project

reportmill

ReportMill Studio Plugin - this plugin runs the ReportMill Studio designer as a template editor inside the IntelliJ IDE.

Source Square Plugin

Source Square plugin to find open source files

Statistic

Shows project statistic. This plugin shows files sorted by their extension along with size, line count LOC etc. User can select (Project/Module/Package/File) scope using the 'Refresh on selection' button. (This plugin requires Java 1.7)

WakaTime

Metrics, insights, and time tracking automatically generated from your programming activity.

Installation

1. Inside your IDE, select Preferences -> Plugins -> Browse Repositories....

2. Search for wakatime.

3. Click the green Install Plugin button and confirm the installation.

4. Re-launch your IDE.

5. Enter your api key, then click Save.

6. Use your IDE like you normally do and your time will be tracked for you automatically.

7. Visit https://wakatime.com to see your logged time.

Source Code: https://github.com/wakatime/jetbrains-wakatime

WatchDog

Do you as a Java developer know, how much time you spent on testing and debugging your application? Do you know how much time you actually write new code, and how long you browse through existing code? Do you know what activities you actually perform during a debugging session? Do you want to win amazing prizes?
Then install TestRoots WatchDog!
WatchDog assess your development behavior, which tests you write (Junit, Mockito, Powermock and others) and gives you answers to the above questions. WatchDog comes with the "WatchDog Statistics" view that displays the answers in easy-to-understand diagrams and immediate statistics on your development habits.

We support all current versions of Junit (Junit3 and Junit4), and we measure developer testing, system testing and integration testing time (so long as you name your Test classes ending in Test, or have includes to Junit, Mockito or Powermock in them).