code prole


coding for the proletariat since 1977


Recently I ran across SLOCCount, a set of tools for counting physical source lines of code (SLOC). Installation was easily accomplished on my Mac OS X 10.3.8 system, and now I can count the lines of source code in my own projects, and those I am involved with at work.

Counting lines of source code has always interested me, and at one time I could tell you how much professional code I personally had worked on. Unfortunately over the years I’ve lost track. I do have copies of a lot of the code I’ve worked on so over the weekend I’ll untar the archive directory and see what counts I get.


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