21 Nov 15 - 07:15
Well, it counts lines in any simple file type (txt, py, cpp, h, .whatever).
You can find the code on kyco’s github page
This is basically just a small python script that counts lines of code in a project.
This was written in Python 2.7 and tested in Linux.
##Running You can call it by running
It has an array with the extensions that will be excluded, if you have certain extensions that you need excluded from the count, add them to the array
exclude = ['sample','exclude','description','png','jpg','config','HEAD','packed-refs','idx','master','pack','txt','index','gitignore']
##Info - Python version: 2.7 - Operating System: Linux - Accepts arguments from a command line
##To Do - If no arguments are found from the command line, ask the user for an input inside of the application. - Write a version for Python 3.4+ - Test Windows compatibility and update code if problems arise during testing (perhaps create a separate branch as well) - Give the user the ability to upload a csv to define excluded file types - If a .gitignore file is found, ask the user if they would like to use that to append to their current ignore list