[erlang-questions] LOC tool for Erlang
Convey Christian J NPRI
Wed Mar 5 16:09:03 CET 2008
Thanks. The grep idea was my fall-back plan, but I noticed that some tools count "logical" lines of code as well, which helps erase the effects of different coding linebreak styles.
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> On Wed, 5 Mar 2008, Convey Christian J NPRI wrote:
> > Does anyone know of an open source tool (hopefully without output in
> > English) that counts lines of Erlang code?
> grep, wc and find are your friends.
> But the answer depends on what you mean with lines of Erlang code.
> All lines:
> wc -l $(find . -name "*rl")
> Lines that are not blank lines or comments:
> grep -v '^[[:space:]]*\($\|%\)' $(find . -name "*rl") | wc -l
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