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scope.local

This setting enables or disables code authorship computation based on the local user and system files modification time.

Acceptable Values

true

Default. Authorship will be assigned based on the local user.

falseAuthorship will not be assigned based on the local user.

Example Usage

The following configuration disables authorship computation based on the local user:

scope.local=false


scope.scontrol

This setting enables or disables code authorship computation based on data from a supported source control system. 

Acceptable Values

true

Authorship will be assigned based on the source control information.

falseDefault. Authorship will not be assigned based on the source control information.

Example Usage

The following configuration enables authorship based on source control data:

scope.scontrol=true

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scope.xmlmap

This setting enables or disables ask assignment based on an XML mapping file that defines how tasks should be assigned to particular files or sets of files. See Creating Authorship XML Map Files for details.

Acceptable Values

true

Authorship will be assigned based on on an XML mapping file.

falseDefault. Authorship will not be assigned based on an XML mapping file.

Example Usage

The following configuration enables authorship based on an XML mapping file:

scope.scontrol=true

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scope.xmlmap.file

This setting specifies the path to an XML mapping file that defines how tasks should be assigned to particular files or sets of files.

Acceptable Values

[path]

The path to the XML mapping file specifies task assignment to files or sets of files.

Example Usage

The following configuration specifies that tasks should be assigned to files or sets of files according to the information included in the mapping.xmlfile.

scope.xmlmap.file=C:\parasoft\mapping.xml

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cpptest.scope.module.[MODULE_NAME]

This setting specifies the path to a module within the root location. See Defining Source File Structures (Modules) for details.

Acceptable Values

[path]

The path to a module within the root location.

Example Usage

The following configuration specifies the path for the MyModule module:

cpptest.scope.module.MyModule=/home/projects/module1

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authors.ignore.case

This setting specifies if author recognition is case sensitive.

Acceptable Values

trueThe case differences are ignored in author names.
falseDefault. Author recognition is case sensitive.

Example Usage

The following configuration specifies that case differences in author names are ignored and, for example, "david",  "David"  and "DAVID" are be considered the same user.

authors.ignore.case=true


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authors.mappings.location
authors.mappings.location
authors.mappings.location

This setting specifies where the file that includes the authorship mapping information is stored. The authorship mapping can be configured with the following settings: authors.user{n} and authors.mapping{n}.

Acceptable Values

localDefault. The authorship mapping information is obtained from a local .properties file.
sharedThe authorship mapping information will be stored in a file on DTP; see authors.shared.path.

Example Usage

The following configuration specifies that the information about authorship mapping will be stored on DTP:

authors.mappings.location=shared


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authors.shared.path
authors.shared.path
authors.shared.path

This setting specifies the path to the authorship mapping file on DTP. Configure this setting when the authors.mappings.location option is set to shared.

Acceptable Values

[path]

The path to the mapping file on DTP.

Example Usage

The following configuration specifies that the authorship mapping information will be shared in the in the authors_map.xml file stored on DTP:

authors.shared.path=xtest/authors_map.txt

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authors.user
authors.user
authors.user{n}

This setting specifies the user name, email address and the full name of an author.

Acceptable Values

[user_name, email_address, full_name]

A comma-separated list that specifies the username, email address and full name of a particular user.

Example Usage

The following configuration specifies the user details of two authors:

authors.user1=dan,[email protected],Dan Stowe

authors.user2=jim,[email protected],Jim White

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authors.mapping
authors.mapping
authors.mapping{n}

This setting specifies how authors are mapped.

Acceptable Values

[user_name1, user_name2]

Two comma-separated user names that map an author's user name (user_name1) to another name (user_name2).

Example Usage

The following configuration maps the author names from old_user to new_user, and broken_user to correct_user:

authors.mapping1=old_user,new_user
authors.mapping2=broken_user,correct_user

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