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'SLOCCount' is a set of tools for counting physical Source Lines of Code (SLOC) in a large number of languages. It can measure 19 different languages, including C, C++, Perl, LISP/Scheme, and Python (A complete list is available on the home page). SLOCCount includes a number of heuristics, so it can detect many files that don't use the ``standard extensions. Conversely, it can successfully detect files that have a standard extension but aren't really that type. It also know how to correctly handle various languages. For example, SLOCCount examines assembly language files, determines the comment scheme, and then correctly counts the lines automatically.
DocumentationUser's guide available from http://www.dwheeler.com/sloccount/sloccount.html
released on 1 August 2004
|License||Verified by||Verified on||Notes|
|GPLv2||Janet Casey||4 January 2001|
Leaders and contributors
|David A. Wheeler||Maintainer|
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