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CLOC ("Count Lines of Code") analysis of adLDAP-4.0.4.tar.gz (13 Apr 2013, 38762 Bytes)

About: adLDAP is a PHP class that provides LDAP authentication and integration with Active Directory.



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Histograms of CLOC analysis data of adLDAP-4.0.4.tar.gz (y-axes: linear scale)
Histograms of CLOC analysis data of adLDAP-4.0.4.tar.gz (y-axes: logarithm scale)

The corresponding CLOC output data:
      21 text files.
      21 unique files.                              
       2 files ignored.

github.com/AlDanial/cloc v 1.90  T=0.02 s (942.5 files/s, 209236.5 lines/s)
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Language          files     blank   comment      code    scale   3rd gen. equiv
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
PHP                  18       445      1705      2000 x   3.50 =        7000.00
Markdown              1        24         0        44 x   1.00 =          44.00
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SUM:                 19       469      1705      2044 x   3.45 =        7044.00
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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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