Playing with Ohcount

I checked out the ohcount source code from the git repository today and ran it over the Koha git repository, quite interesting.

Language      Files     Code  Comment  Comment %    Blank    Total

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sql              50   116617     3068     2.6%     2615   122300

perl            554    79771    23089    22.4%    17813   120673

javascript      194    24677     2332     8.6%     5867    32876

xslt             24    13820      354     2.5%      700    14874

css              77    10052      495     4.7%     2181    12728

html             68     5933       48     0.8%      674     6655

xml              12     1758      382    17.9%      221     2361

python            4      332       23     6.5%       77      432

shell             5      112       23    17.0%       13      148

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Total           972   253072    29814    10.5%    30161   313047

2 thoughts on “Playing with Ohcount”

  1. the side effect of GNU/GPL : each file in Koha start with a reminder of the GPL, that takes 20 or 30 lines (of comments)
    22% of comment in Perl code is great. Lowering by the GPL reminder would make that number much smaller I bet. Something like 10%, which is correct but not that wonderful.

    Note : are pod docs considered as comment by ohcount ? If no, then those numbers are quite useless, as the pod doc is so important in Perl…

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