A command line tool to analyze the amount of lines and files under current directory.

## Project description

A command line tool to analyze the amount of lines and files under current directory.
It supports ‘line.select’ rules which works like ‘.gitignore’.

## Installation

You can install, upgrade, uninstall line-counter.py with these commands:

$pip install line-counter$ pip install --upgrade line-counter
$pip uninstall line-counter ## Usage Usage: line [options] [args] Analyze the amount of lines and files under current directory following the rules in 'line.select' or analyze all files if 'line.select' doesn't exist Options: --version show program's version number and exit -h, --help show this help message and exit -d, --detail show more detail in the result -s, --show show rules in 'line.select' ## Example usage and output Analyze all files (when ‘line.select’ doesn’t exist) or specific files (when ‘line.select’ exists) under current directory. $ line
Search in /Users/Morgan/Documents/Example/
file count: 4
line count: 839
Analyze all files (when ‘line.select’ doesn’t exist) or specific files (when ‘line.select’ exists) under current directory.
And show results in detail.
$line -d Search in /Users/Morgan/Documents/Example/ Dir A/file C.c 72 Dir A/file D.py 268 file A.py 467 file B.c 32 file count: 4 line count: 839 Show the rules in ‘line.select’ $ line -s
Here are the rules in 'line.select' under /Users/Morgan/Documents/Example/:
#Select rules:
*.c

#Ignore rules:
!Dir A
!*.py

Check current version

\$ line --version
line 0.7.4

## line.select

This file works like ‘.gitignore’. * Each line is a rule * Each line starts with a ‘#’ means that’s a comment * Each line starts with a ‘!’ means it’s a ignore rule * Otherwise it’s a select rule * The order of rules is irrelevant and ignore rules can always override select rules * The rules can find all the pathnames matching a specified pattern according to the rules used by the Unix shell. No tilde expansion is done, but *, ?, and character ranges expressed with [ ] will be correctly matched.

• Add option to only count file amount or line amount

## Change Log

• 0.7.4 03/25/2017
Fix distribution on PyPI.
• 0.7.3 03/25/2017
Fix the long description format on PyPI.
• 0.7.2 03/25/2017
Fix a bug that file cannot be matched when there is a ‘[’ in the path.

## Author

I’m Morgan Zhang, a graduate computer science student in University of San Francisco.

I always want to know how many lines of code that I have done, but there isn’t a easy way to get it.
So I decide to make a tool for this.

### Contact Information

MorganZhang100@gmail.com

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