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Skip to main content. QSM Resources Thirty years of research — in one convenient place. The CodeCount toolset is provided in source code only, and may be used as is, modified or further distributed subject to certain limitations.
The tools in the collection are supplied in C source code only. You are responsible for compiling and building executable versions. The Instructions provide installation and execution directions. Create your own file types and comment types. Virtually unlimited file types supported. Easily define each file type’s comment and count them all.
Smart Comment feature – knows which comment types are used by each language and counts accordingly. Save and load count profiles – no need to enter the same information over and over for the same source files to count. Sortable results grid – sort by total lines, total comments, total blank lines, total source code only lines, ascending or descending order.
Export to CSV file or cut and paste into spreadsheet i. Excel for more detailed analysis.
CLOC Exists as a single, self-contained file that requires minimal installation effortjust download the file and run it. Can read language comment definitions from a file and thus potentially work with computer languages that do not yet exist. Allows results from multiple runs to be summed together by language and by project.
Can produce results in a variety of formats: Can count code within compressed archives tar balls, Zip measurejent, Java. Has numerous msasurement options. Handles file and directory names with spaces and other unusual characters. Has no dependencies outside the standard Perl distribution. The source version runs on Windows with either ActiveState Perl or cygwin. Alternatively on Windows one can run the Windows binary which has no dependencies.
Code Project Complete source code line counter for Visual Studio. Has the ability to exclude blank lines, comments, Visual Studio auto-generated code, or designer files. Measure source code size from virtually all text-based languages and from any platform or operating system with the same utility.
Size data may be stored in EZ-Metrix’s internal database or may be exported for further analysis. Average values are calculated. A GUI is provided for better output browsing as well as the integration of JavaNCSS in a project manager and class browser named Jacob for easy selection of input source files.
Ant task written by Steve Jernigan. Support for Java 1.
The program is able to count source code, comments both styles: LOC The loc program provides the capability to count source and comment lines in multiple languages. Cmm files can be scanned, with recusion through subdirectories, and the grand total counts will also be given. Supports hierarchical size measurements. Given two files containing successive versions of Java source code, can perform a hierarchical “diff” of the two files, producing the number of new and changed packages, classes, methods, and lines of code within each method.
Physical executable source lines filetypr code SLOC-P is calculated as the total lines of source code minus blank lines and comment lines. Counts are calculated on a per file basis and accumulated for the entire project.
LocMetrics also generates a comment word histogram. Practiline Source Code Line Counter Choice of folder and addition of files from the program without additional dialogues; Simultaneous support of all format types; Free selection of available formats; Definition of file format by its type extension ; Advanced report export printing, saving as pdf, doc and other formats, copying to clipboard ; Saving and loading of profiles for various users; Displaying measurrment profiles as menu; Full report on the code: Automatically scans workspace and project files.
Varied statistical data about your source code, including: Export as CSV file for processing by Microsoft Excel includes sample worksheet with statistical analysis.
Export as XML for use with the report stylesheets. Commercial product with free trial version available. Comments, and blank lines are excluded from the count. When a line or statement contains more than one type, it is classified as the type with the highest precedence. The order of precedence for the types is: Major highlights of SLOC are as follows: Ability to add definitions for other file types Formatted and hyperlinked results in HTML file format Formatted results in CSV Comma Delimited file format Project folders and files are sorted by their Source Lines of Code so that you can easily identify code intensive modules and files An easy to use, Windows-based graphical user interface.
Supports installation and un-installation. Understand Reverse engineers, automatically documents and calculates code metrics; helps you understand, cnmi and maintain source code.
Each tool can parse and later manipulate very large amounts of code.