[openstack-dev] Code review study
michael at the-davies.net
Tue Aug 20 01:50:18 UTC 2013
On Tue, Aug 20, 2013 at 5:14 AM, Jay Buffington <me at jaybuff.com> wrote:
> This is really interesting. I wish they would have explicitly defined
> "lines of code." Is that "git show |wc -l"? Just the new lines which
> were added? The sum of the lines changed, removed and added? You can
> get vastly different numbers depending on how you count it.
Normally "in the literature" LOC is defined as "non-comment, non-blank
code line deltas, with a few exceptions".
The exceptions normally refer to not counting braces in C-style
languages and other syntactic sugar elements. Of course in Python we
don't really have these issues to content with :)
I'd normally include comments and docstrings too, since we review these as well.
Michael Davies michael at the-davies.net
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