CPAN::Testers::WWW::Statistics - CPAN Testers Statistics website.
CPAN Testers Statistics comprises the actual website pages, a CGI tool to find testers, and some backend code to help map tester address to a real identity.
Statistics creation object. Provides all the configuration and logging functionality, as well the interface to the lower level functionality for Page and Graph creation.
new() takes an option hash as an argument, which may contain the following keys.
config => path to configuration file [required] directory => path to output directory mainstore => path/format to data storage files templates => path to templates directory address => path to address file mailrc => path to 01mailrc.txt file builder => path to output file from builder log parser logfile => path to logfile logclean => will overwrite any existing logfile if set
Note that while 'directory', 'templates' and 'address' are optional as parameters, if they are not provided as parameters, then they MUST be specified within the 'MASTER' section of the configuration file.
Maintain the leaderboard table as requested.
Method to manage the data update and creation of all the statistics web pages.
Note that this method incorporate all of the method functionality of update, make_basics, make_matrix and make_stats.
Method to manage the data update only.
Method to manage the creation of the basic statistics web pages.
Method to manage the creation of the matrix style statistics web pages.
Method to manage the creation of the tabular style statistics web pages.
Method to manage the creation of the CPAN specific statistics files and web pages.
Method to manage the creation of the OS leaderboard web pages.
Method to manage the creation of the no reports pages.
Method to manage the creation/update of the builder performance data file.
Method to manage the creation of all the statistics graphs.
Method to return specific JSON data currently stored.
Returns the specific date range array reference, as held in the configuration file.
Returns the print form of a recorded OS name.
Returns either the known name of the tester for the given email address, or returns a doctored version of the address for displaying in HTML.
Returns the name or email address, if found, of the stored profile or address for the given addressid and testerid.
Look up the number of know addresses and testers in the database.
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