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You can configure
DTP DTP Engine to collect authorship data during analysis to facilitate task assignment. The data can be sent to the DTP server where additional analysis components, such as the Process Intelligence Engine (PIE), can be leveraged to facilitate defect remediation and development optimization.
You can configure
test to assign authorship based on information from source control, XML files that directly map sources to authors, and/or the current local user.
If one of the selected options does not determine an author author, authorship will be determined based on the next option selected. If an author cannot be determined, the user is set as "unknown". Likewise, if none of these options is selected, the user is set as "unknown."
scope.local=[true or false] scope.scontrol=[true or false] scope.xmlmap=[true or false]
Additional Authorship Configurations
By default, author names are case-sensitive, but you can disable case sensitivity by setting the
authors.ignore.case property to true:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?> <!DOCTYPE authorship (View Source for full doctype...)> <authorship> <!-- assigns all files named: "foo/src/SomeClass.java" to "author1" --> <file author="author1" path="foo/src/SomeClass.java" />
|Assigns all files that have names starting with any character (except /) and ends with "oo/src/"|
|**.cs||Assigns all *.cs files in any directory|
|**/src/**||Assigns every file whose path has a folder named "src"|
|src/**||Assigns all files located in directory "src"|
|src/**/Test*||Assigns all files in directory "src" whose name starts with "Test" (e.g., "src/some/other/dir/TestFile.c")|
The mapping file is read from top to bottom, so beginning with the most specific mapping ensures that authorship will map to the correct files.