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Hi Rick,

I think our tool, Ada-ASSURED, can help you out.

It's a syntax-directed editor and pretty printer.  There's also a
scripting language that provides access to the underlying structure of
your code, giving you tremendous flexibility for analyzing and
transforming code. Ada-ASSURED can do lexical searches like grep, but it
goes a few steps further to filter unwanted info by searching by
syntactic category. The bottom line is you could calculate LOC almost
any way you can imagine.

You can find more information, including documentation at:
http://www.grammatech.com/products/ada/ada-products.html

I'd be happy to send you a fully-functional evaluation CD, so you can
try it out on your code for 30 days.  Let me know.

Jeff Burns

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Date: Thursday, May 27, 1999 12:09 PM
Subject: Need of a special SLOC tool


Our process group in its infinite stupidity has dictated that we now
provide lines of code for changes, but we must also provide new lines vs
changes lines, and of course did not provide any kind of tool that
would do this.  My present project is a very Ada program which seems to
always
be changing.  Is there any kind of tool that would work on a PC, SUN, or
VAX
that could provide the numbers or are we destined to try to do this by
hand?
Rick Watson