Commit Complexity

Commit complexity reflects on the one hand if writing the code was trivial or not and on the other hand shows how strong the change in the code affects the system. Various factors are combined to reflect on the complexity of commit changes as realistically as possible:

Number of modified LoC
Number of new LoC
Number of old LoC
Number of different files
Number of hunks
Number of different developers
Number of different programming languages 

Commit complexity is categorized into levels (‘low’, ‘medium’, ‘high’) or shown on a scale where 0 means no complexity and 10 is a highly complex change.

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