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Jackthemeangiant

Just a VS6 question...

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Original post by Jackthemeangiant
I have look through VS6, and have not found this, but is there away to find out in VS6 how many files and total lines of code make up your project?


Go here and download the line counter. It's a pretty little nifty plug-in for VC++ that counts all the lines in your complete project even if it's in multiple files... BTW, they also have another nifty little piece of code that made me give VC++ a second chance called wintabs which adds nifty little tabs for every file opened in your project to your VC++ environement....



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Edited by - cyberdrek on November 18, 2001 10:49:30 PM

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