Hello,

Thanks Bill for your answer.

I've wrote some PERL scripts to help me with linking Bonsai and Bugzilla. In
case anybody else, needs them, let me know.

Ralu


bill barry wrote:
>
> Ralu wrote:
>> Hello everybody,
>>
>> I am doing a research project on defect prediction on open source
>> software
>> and I am using the Firefox source code to run some algorithms. I would
>> like
>> to get reports for the bugs or / and the defects in Firefox for each file
>> in
>> the project. How can I do that? For example, is there an easy way to find
>> out that the file nsBookmarksFeedHandler.cpp has, let’s say, 100defects?

> The best way I can think of is to use bonsai
> (http://bonsai.mozilla.org/cvsqueryfo...sroot=/cvsroot). You will
> not get open bugs (they haven't had a commit yet), but you will get all
> bugs that affected the related file. From here, you could create a
> buglist and get things like open dates and time open. You could write
> some odd script that could do this in an automated fashion (I don't
> think getting the buglist would be too hard for a greasemonkey script,
> and once you started one you might even be able to get others to help
> out on it).
>
> See, the trouble with the open ones is that most of the people who file
> bugs in bugzilla don't really know what file the bug is in.
>
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