codemetre allows you to compare different versions of your software project, determining how and how much source files have changed. It currently recognizes both source code and comments from Ada, Bash shell, C, Eiffel, SQL, and more. It can also provide you with metrics on any single snapshot of your project.
|Tags||Software Development Quality Assurance|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Windows|
Release Notes: This release fixes bugs related to Python tools.
Release Notes: Support for Java has been added. Two bugs were fixed (one concerning HTML, the other in the generic language interpreter).
Release Notes: This minor update fixes a bug introduced in 0.21.0: not recognizing the system on which codemetre runs may provoke a crash.
Release Notes: A new directive, "dirtype", is now available in batch files to explicitly set pathname-flavor (merely unix or windows). Python utilities have been cleaned up and updated in consequence. License information is now only produced while querying for codemetre version.
Release Notes: Python utilities have been refactored to enhance portability among platforms and Python versions.