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From "Bill Jones" <b...@fccj.org>
Subject Re: Apache source scorecard
Date Mon, 17 May 1999 18:04:45 GMT
I like the fact they grouped these all together:

2. Total lines > 90 75.29 10 71 862 function
3. Uncommented lines > 70 78.42 10 62 862 function
4. Executable lines > 70 100.00 10 0 862 function
5. Cyclomatic complexity > 20 89.91 10 29 862 function
6. Myers' complexity > 20 80.86 10 55 862 function
7. Nested control statements > 4 93.04 10 20 862 function
8. Return statements > 3 33.87 10 190 862 function
9. Dangling else-ifs > 0 76.33 10 68 862 function
10. If statements > 15 91.30 10 25 862 function
11. Loop statements > 5 96.87 10 9 862 function
12. Switch statements > 3 99.65 10 1 862 function
13. Defaultless switches > 0 95.48 10 13 862 function

I think Apache's dangles are getting in the way of
Myer's Complex; otherwise Myer would not
have complained about not being Defaultless in
the first place, you know?

-Sneex-  :]
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>From: Rasmus Lerdorf <rasmus@lerdorf.on.ca>
>To: new-httpd@apache.org
>Subject: Apache source scorecard
>Date: Mon, May 17, 1999, 1:34 PM
>

> This is pretty funny:
>
>    http://www.codeadvantage.com/apache.html
>
> -Rasmus
>
> 

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