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README.md

Hopper

Hopper

Hopper is:

  • Dennis Hopper.
  • A young, low-level drug dealer.
  • A funnel-shaped chamber or bin in which loose material, as grain or coal, is stored temporarily.

This Hopper is more like the last one. Except with code.

Code Analysis

Hopper is designed to collect, analyze, and report on code on a community level. Here's an example workflow:

  • Download a project
  • Run that project through a battery of heuristics
  • Record those results

Then we do this a few thousand times. This lets us analyze languages from a community standpoint. How do we write our methods? What's the normal lifecycle of a programming project? Has our style writing of code changed over time?

Installation

git clone https://github.com/holman/hopper.git
script/server

You should be up and running on http://localhost:3000.

The App

Hopper is a Redis-backed Sinatra app. Its purpose is to churn through a pile of repository links, download them, and run a bunch of Probes on it.

A Probe is an analysis of a particular aspect of the project. Internally, each specific probe inherits from the Probe class, which is a standard interface that we can access to run all of these probes. An example might be an LOC Probe, which counts the lines of code in a project.

Probes are kicked off... somehow.

Reporting is all done via the web app. This is where all of the adorable graphs and pretty statistics get gathered.

Hopper

Hopper is a @holman joint.

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