Lines Of Code plugin?

I want to calculate the number of lines of code per project. I have looked
at the CyclometricComplexity plugin, but it is way beyond me. Waaay beyond
me. Where would I start?


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"flipdoubt" <flipdoubt@nospam.com>

>I want to calculate the number of lines of code per project. I have looked
>at the CyclometricComplexity plugin, but it is way beyond me. Waaay beyond
>me. Where would I start?

Personal i think you can use a free tool instead of writing it by yourself.

http://www.wndtabs.com/download/Download/LineCounter/LineCounter2.21/

I know that was not the question :)


Regards

Albert

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Thanks for the tip! It helps.

"flipdoubt" <flipdoubt@nospam.com>

>> I want to calculate the number of lines of code per project. I have
>> looked at the CyclometricComplexity plugin, but it is way beyond me.
>> Waaay beyond me. Where would I start?
>>

Personal i think you can use a free tool instead of writing it by
yourself.

http://www.wndtabs.com/download/Download/LineCounter/LineCounter2.21/

I know that was not the question :)

Regards

Albert



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Do you get paid by the line or is your productivity measured in lines o'
code? ;)



flipdoubt schreef:

Thanks for the tip! It helps.

>> "flipdoubt" <flipdoubt@nospam.com>
>>
>>> I want to calculate the number of lines of code per project. I have
>>> looked at the CyclometricComplexity plugin, but it is way beyond me.
>>> Waaay beyond me. Where would I start?
>>>
>> Personal i think you can use a free tool instead of writing it by
>> yourself.
>>
>> http://www.wndtabs.com/download/Download/LineCounter/LineCounter2.21/
>>
>> I know that was not the question :)
>>
>> Regards
>>
>> Albert
>>


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Do you get paid by the line or is your productivity measured in lines
o' code? ;)


Nah, I think the inanity of the marketing manager's ideas are measured in
lines of code.


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Hehe. That made the following pop into my head: Imagine if you could work on a team where activities were consistently broken down into use cases of a consistent granularty. If so, I'd be inclined to measure productivity as

use cases satisfied / lines of code (or net cyclomatic complexity change or whatever)

:)

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