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>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?

If the "process group" has not specified any particular mechanism for
doing
this, and your VAX is running VMS, I wouls suggest sending them the output
of the command:

     DIFFERENCES/STATISTICS <new-filespec>  <old-filespec>

Larry KIlgallen

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