How many lines in your c project?

find -name *.\[c\|h\] | xargs wc -l
it recursively searches your project's directories and sum the lines of every source [.c or .h]. Then it gives you the total.

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By: pescio
2011-05-02 21:18:35

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Try this to match all the *.c and *.cpp files as well. find . -name *.\[c\|h\]p? | xargs wc -l
px · 389 weeks and 5 days ago
There is a pretty cool tool for this, sloccount, which shows number of lines per language plus some additional stats.
depesz · 389 weeks and 5 days ago

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