I've noticed that the SLOC count in the Code analysis of clinica-project (https://www.ohloh.net/p/clinica-project) is constant since February, that seems wrong to me (there are some lines added). The commit are present in the commits section, though.
Could someone give a quick look to this? Thanks!
Since June 15 the overall commits appear to be mostly at par (same number of lines removed as added plus or minus). The increase of lines around June 14 &15 would need to be compensated for by removal of LOC preceding that, perhaps by a refactor in the previous couple of weeks? There does seem to be some disparity here but without a comprehensive survey, I can't be sure. Will return to home base by Aug 10 and will attack this more completely then.
Please let me know if this makes any sense or if I'm off base.
Going strictly by our records of commits (8 pages):
First pass: from 1/1/2012 to 7/19/2012
Lines added: 7644
Lines removed: 4890
Total lines delta: +2754
Subject to math review.
Also note that I cannot tell if "lines" means "lines of source code". There may be a discrepancy if edits are made to ignored file types?...
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