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CLOC ("Count Lines of Code") analysis of kamailio-5.3.5_linux_i386.tar.gz (22 Jun 12:43, 14092207 Bytes)

About: Kamailio is a SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) server implementation (proxy, registrar, redirect, and location SIP/VoIP services). It started as a fork of Fokus Fraunhofer SIP Express Router (SER) project. Linux binary.



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Histograms of CLOC analysis data of kamailio-5.3.5_linux_i386.tar.gz (y-axes: linear scale)
Histograms of CLOC analysis data of kamailio-5.3.5_linux_i386.tar.gz (y-axes: logarithm scale)

The corresponding CLOC output data:
     219 text files.
     215 unique files.                              
     213 files ignored.

github.com/AlDanial/cloc v 1.86  T=0.04 s (148.8 files/s, 160455.3 lines/s)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Language          files     blank   comment      code    scale   3rd gen. equiv
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Bourne Shell           2       368       291      3003 x   3.81 =       11441.43
Python                 1       242       288       713 x   4.20 =        2994.60
Visual Fox Pro         1       200        19       664 x   4.00 =        2656.00
TNSDL                  1        90         0       279 x   2.00 =         558.00
Visual Basic           1        83         0       231 x   2.76 =         637.56
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SUM:                  6       983       598      4890 x   3.74 =       18287.59
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

A hint: This "standard" CLOC analysis has included all package contents files (with the exception of files generated by code-production systems such as GNU autotools). But there exists a perhaps more "realistic" alternative CLOC analysis (among others better suited for an optional codespell check rating) that tries additionally to exclude third party code but also files containing fonts, codepage or character set definitions, dictionaries, names, SVG or non-English languages.
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