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You've probably heard of sloccount,
which was, among other uses, the tool to determine the size of a complete
Now that you've generated tons of SLOC counts, what to do with them? One way is
to visualize the output. I wrote a python script (needs
pygame for SDL graphics) which does exactly that.
Click on the thumbnail to see how KDE has grown over the years. This was
produced using several local CVS checkouts, one for each KDE release (don't do
that at home unless you
to the KDE e.V. for the bandwidth, hehe), and then calling:
sloccount . > stats.version # for each directory
After this, I still needed the gimp to add the
version descriptions and get the screenshot.
NEW: Watch the CVS growth animation! (Need MNG support in the browser)
Download sloccompare here.
Checkout the raw KDE material here.
Josef Spillner, 01.06.2003, updated 12.09.2003