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Comp.software-eng FAQ (Part 1): questions and answers
Section - Where can I find a public-domain tool to compute metrics?

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Date: 11 Jul 2002
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Christopher Lott has a collection of metrics tools for C programs at
http://www.cs.umd.edu/users/cml/resources/cmetrics/.

Volume 20 of newsgroup comp.sources.unix contained a public-domain package
called "metrics", which computes McCabe and Halstead metrics.  There are many
comp.sources.unix archives around the net.


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