Jul 20, 2023

Count source lines of code in a project

loccount is a re-implementation of David A. Wheeler’s sloccount tool in Go. It is faster, handles more different languages, can report LLOC as well as SLOC, and can do COCOMO II as well as COCOMO I estimates. Because it’s one source file in Go, it is easier to maintain and extend than the multi-file, multi-language implementation of the original.

The algorithms are largely unchanged and can be expected to produce identical numbers for languages supported by both tools. Python is an exception; loccount corrects buggy counting of single-quote multiline literals in sloccount 2.26.

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