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Langue: en

Version: 265270 (debian - 07/07/09)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)

NAME

cccc - C and C++ Code Counter, a software metrics tool

SYNOPSIS

cccc [options] file1.c ...

DESCRIPTION

CCCC analyses and reports measurements of source code in C, C++, and Java. It was developed to augment programmers' instinctive application of numeric rules of thumb about what constitutes high or low quality products with an automated analysis tool.

CCCC processes the files listed on its command line. If the filenames include '-', read a list of files from standard input.

This program is work in progress and is not well documented. Please be prepared to refer to the source code for the meaning of some options.

OPTIONS

--help
Generate this help message.
--outdir=dname
Directory for generated files (default=.cccc).
--html_outfile=fname
Name of primary HTML report generated (default=outdir/cccc.html).
--db_infile=fname
Preload internal database from named file (default=no initial content).
--db_outfile=fname
Save internal database to named file (default=outdir/cccc.db).
--opt_infile=fname
Load options from named file (default=use compiled-in option values, refer to cccc_opt.cc for option information).
--opt_outfile=fname
Save options to named file (default=outdir/cccc.opt).
--lang=string
Use language specified for files specified after this option. Languages supported are c, c++, ada, and java (default=use language/extension mapping controlled by options).
--report_mask=hex
Control report content (refer to ccccmain.cc for mask values).
--debug_mask=hex
Control debug output content (refer to ccccmain.cc for mask values).

AUTHOR

CCCC was written by Tim Littlefair <tim_littlefair@hotmail.com>.

This manual page was written by Colin Watson <cjwatson@debian.org> for the Debian system (but may be used by others).

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-+- Gilbert Cesbron (1913-1979), de petites choses. -+-