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[dsdp-pmc] RE: Suggestions for a LOC tool

I use sloccount (http://www.dwheeler.com/sloccount/) which counts physical lines of code for 27 different languages.  It does not count comments or xml.

 


From: Oberhuber, Martin
Sent: Thursday, June 22, 2006 7:59 AM
To: Gaff, Doug; Bjorn Freeman-Benson; DSDP PMC list
Subject: RE: Suggestions for a LOC tool

 

Hi Doug,

 

I've been using SourceForge Metrics for computing the lines of code numbers

that are required for the Eclipse Due Diligence process (http://metrics.sourceforge.net/)

But it's also counting Java only, no XML and Text files.

 

Perhaps Bjorn knows something better?

 

Since the Due Diligence process requires computing Lines of Code, and there are

many different definitions what "lines of code" actually are, I think it would be

a good idea if the EMO proposed a tool to be used.

Cheers,
Martin
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Martin Oberhuber - WindRiver, Austria
+43(662)457915-85

 

 


From: Gaff, Doug
Sent: Friday, June 16, 2006 7:45 PM
To: ENG-WB-DSDP; Haigermoser, Helmut
Subject: Suggestions for a LOC tool

Hi folks,

 

Does anyone have a good recommendation for a Lines of Code counter?  I’ve been using SLOCcount, which is pretty good at removing redundant code, but it leaves comments out.  Anyone seen a free one for Eclipse?

 

Doug