A tool similar to cloc, sloccount and tokei. For counting physical the lines of code, blank lines, comment lines, and physical lines of source code in many programming languages.
Goal is to be the fastest code counter possible, but also perform COCOMO calculation like sloccount and to estimate code complexity similar to cyclomatic complexity calculators.
This repository provides the source code for the
scc snap which is available in the Snapcraft Store.
The snap is maintained by @FelicianoTech meanwhile the code for
scc itself is maintained by Ben Boyter.
The upstream repository can be found here.
scc can be installed via snap on Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 18.04+, elementary OS 5.0+, and many Linux distros with
snapd installed by running:
sudo snap install scc
Basic usage of
scc is simply:
scc will then run its analysis and generate a table of results for you.
More usage instructions can be found in the upstream repo's usage secction though the easiest way would be to run
sudo snap install --classic snapcraft multipass snapcraft snap