If Your Version Control System Could Talk . . .

@inproceedings{Ball1999IfYV,
  title={If Your Version Control System Could Talk . . .},
  author={Thomas Ball and J K Porter and Harvey P. Siy},
  year={1999}
}
Version control systems (VCSs) are used to store and reconstruct past versions of program source code. As a by-product they also capture a great deal of contextual information about each change. We will illustrate some ways to use this information to better understand a program's development history. 
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