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📊 xcstats(1)

CircleCI Language: Swift 4.2

xcstats is a command line tool for analyzing Xcode project and prints statistics of source codes like rake stats.

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This project leverages SwiftSyntax to generate Swift code statistics that describes how many Swift types (class, struct, enum, etc.) are declared on your project.


System Requirements

  • Xcode 10.1

Installation

Using homebrew:

$ brew tap horimislime/xcstats-tap
$ brew install xcstats

You can also download portable executable from releases and install it manually.


Usage

Under your Xcode project root, just hit xcstats .

$ cd /path/to/your/project/root
$ xcstats

Development

Generate .xcodeproj with make xcodeproj and open it in Xcode 10.1 or later.


TODOs

This project is still under early development. Missing features are:

  • Specifying Xcode project path other than current working directory
  • Detailed Objective-C code statistics (currently xcstats only prints lines/LOC. I need SwiftSyntax for ObjC! 😄)
  • And some other useful statistics (number of tests, assets, etc.)

License

MIT