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Tokei (時計)

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Tokei is a program that displays statistics about your code. Tokei will show number of files, total lines within those files and code, comments, and blanks grouped by language.

Example Output

This is tokei running on it's own directory

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Documentation

Table of Contents

Features

  • Tokei is very fast, below are the Tokei's times on a select few large repositories, with a hot cache(times are in seconds and measured using /usr/bin/time on macOS Sierra, with 2.7 GHz Intel Core i7, results will vary).
Repository Real time
DragonFlyBSD 1.20s
Rust 0.50s
CPython 0.18s
  • Tokei is accurate, Tokei correctly handles multi line comments, nested comments, and not counting comments that are in strings. Providing an accurate code statistics.

  • Tokei has huge range of languages, supporting over 100 languages, and their various extensions.

  • Tokei can output in multiple formats(CBOR, JSON, TOML, YAML) allowing Tokei's output to be easily stored, and reused. These can also be reused in tokei combining a previous run's statistics with another set.

  • Tokei is available on Mac, Linux, and Windows. See installation instructions for how to get Tokei on your platform.

Installation

Automatic

Arch Linux

$ pacman -S tokei

Cargo

$ cargo install tokei

Fedora 64 bit

$ dnf copr enable phnxrbrn/tokei
$ dnf install tokei

Nix/NixOS

# using unstable nixpkgs channel
$ nix-env -i tokei

Manual

You can download prebuilt binaries in the releases section, or create from source.

$ git clone https://github.com/Aaronepower/tokei.git
$ cd tokei
$ cargo build --release
Linux
# sudo mv target/release/tokei /usr/local/bin
OSX
# sudo mv target/release/tokei /usr/local/bin/tokei
Windows
  • Create a folder for tokei
  • search for env
  • open "edit your enviroment variables"
  • edit PATH
  • append folder path to the end of the string ie: <path_stuff_here>;C:/tokei/;

How to use Tokei

Basic usage

This is the basic way to use tokei. Which will report on the code in ./foo and all subfolders.

$ tokei ./foo

Multiple folders

To have tokei report on multiple folders in the same call simply add a comma, or a space followed by another path.

$ tokei ./foo ./bar ./baz
$ tokei ./foo, ./bar, ./baz

Excluding folders

Tokei will respect all .gitignore and .ignore files, and you can optionally the --exclude option to exclude any addtional files. The --exclude flag has the same semantics as .gitignore.

$ tokei ./foo --exclude *.rs

Sorting output

By default tokei sorts alphabetically by language name, however using --sort tokei can also sort by any of the columns.

blanks, code, comments, lines

$ tokei ./foo --sort code

Outputing file statistics

By default tokei only outputs the total of the languages, and using --files flag tokei can also output individual file statistics.

$ tokei ./foo --files

Outputting into different formats

Tokei normally outputs into a nice human readable format designed for terminals. There is also using the --output option various other formats that are more useful for bringing the data into another program.

Currently supported formats

  • JSON --output json
  • YAML --output yaml
  • TOML --output toml
  • CBOR --output cbor
$ tokei ./foo --output json

Reading in stored formats

Tokei can also take in the outputted formats added the previous results to it's current run. Tokei can take either a path to a file, the format passed in as a value to the option, or from stdin.

$ tokei ./foo --input ./stats.json

Options

Tokei 4.5.3
Aaron P. <theaaronepower@gmail.com>
Count Code, Quickly.

USAGE:
    Tokei [FLAGS] [OPTIONS] <input>...

FLAGS:
    -f, --files        Will print out statistics on individual files.
    -h, --help         Prints help information
    -l, --languages    Prints out supported languages and their extensions.
    -V, --version      Prints version information
    -v, --verbose      Set verbose output level: 1: for unknown extensions

OPTIONS:
    -e, --exclude <exclude>     Ignore all files & directories containing the word.
    -i, --input <file_input>    Gives statistics from a previous tokei run. Can be given a file path, or "stdin" to read from stdin.
    -o, --output <output>       Outputs Tokei in a specific format. [values: cbor, json, toml, yaml]
    -s, --sort <sort>           Will sort based on column [values: files, lines, blanks, code, comments]

ARGS:
    <input>...    The input file(s)/directory(ies)

Badges

Tokei has support for badges. For example .

[![](https://tokei.rs/b1/github/Aaronepower/tokei)](https://github.com/Aaronepower/tokei).

Tokei's URL scheme is as follows.

https://tokei.rs/{host: values: github|gitlab}/{Repo Owner eg: Aaronepower}/{Repo name eg: tokei}

By default the badge will show the repo's LoC(Lines of Code), you can also specify for it to show a different category, by using the ?category= query string. It can be either code, blanks, files, lines, comments, Example show total lines:

[![](https://tokei.rs/b1/github/Aaronepower/tokei?category=lines)](https://github.com/Aaronepower/tokei).

Plugins

Thanks to contributors tokei is now available as a plugin for some text editors.

Supported Languages

If there is a language that you want added, feel free to submit a pull request with the following information. If you're unsure have a look at languages.json to see how other languages are defined.

  • Name of language
  • File Extension(s)
  • The comment syntax (Does it have block comments? is it the same as C?)
  • The string literal syntax
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Common issues

Tokei says I have a lot of D code, but I know there is no D code!

This is likely due to gcc generating .d files. Until the D people decide on a different file extension, you can always exclude .d files using the -e --exclude flag like so

$ tokei . -e *.d

Canonical Source

The canonical source of this repo is hosted on GitHub. If you have a GitHub account, please make your issues, and pull requests there.

Copyright and License

(C) Copyright 2015 by Aaron Power and contributors

See CONTRIBUTORS.md for a full list of contributors.

Tokei is distributed under the terms of both the MIT license and the Apache License (Version 2.0).

See LICENCE-APACHE, LICENCE-MIT for more information.