Carnarvon is a software archaeology analysis tool. A lot of software is developed using version control tools from which it is possible to extract even when a single line of code was most recently edited.
Collecting this kind of data and analyzing it statistically could show information in terms of software aging, and indicators of maintainability could be obtained from different perspectives, systems area and development area, for example.
What's New in This Release:
· This release adds newly-created man pages, Linux (.rpm) and MacOS X (.pkg) installation distribution packages, and samples of graphs obtained from the GAIM subversion repository analysis (downloadable separately from the project site front page).