Add analysis tools regarding installed modules to know which installed modules comes from Odoo Core, OCA, or are custom modules
This module allows you to know 'how much code' is running on your Odoo instance, group by 'Type' (Odoo Core, OCA, other...)
This module can be usefull in the following cases :
- To analyse the size of your technical debt, regarding your Custom modules
- To know the ratio between Odoo / OCA and Custom modules
- To evaluate the amount to pay to odoo to upgrade your custom code, or the induced workload
For that purpose, it adds new concepts
- ir.module.author, based on the value author present in the manifest file.
- ir.module.type, populated by default with Odoo and OCA values.
Each installed modules have extra data in the 'Technical Data' tab :
Table of contents
To use this module, you have to install the pygount python librairy.
pip install pygount>1.2.1
- Go to Apps / Module Analysis / Modules Types Rules
The Module types Rules are usefull to get the Type of a module, based on it information.
This module comes with default rules.
You can add your custom rules to identify the modules your team have developped for exemple,
to update the data, you have to :
Go to 'Apps' / 'Update Apps List'
Check the box 'Analyse Installed modules'
This will update analysis of your installed modules.
If you want to analyse other data, (for exemple, having the number of HTML files), create a custom modules and overload the module model :
Two parameters are availaible in 'Settings' / 'Technical' / 'Parameters' 'System Parameters' :
The list of folders and filename will be exclude from the analysis. You can change the default settings.
- Go to 'Apps' / 'Module Analysis' / 'Installed module by Types'
Open the stats to analyse the detail of the code installed
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This module is maintained by the OCA.
OCA, or the Odoo Community Association, is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to support the collaborative development of Odoo features and promote its widespread use.
This module is part of the OCA/server-tools project on GitHub.
You are welcome to contribute. To learn how please visit https://odoo-community.org/page/Contribute.
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