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Thanks for the response. I have asked before and been directed there before (this was some time ago prior to the Black Duck acquisition) but the issue is I am not a Ruby programmer so I can't really ... [More]
I'm guessing that managers are implicitly contributors. For example I am listed as a manager for Vexi: https://www.ohloh.net/p/vexi/ I do not appear in the contributor list on that page, but if you ... [More]
Wow, impressive way to discredit a post on an entirely valid point by putting 3 pointless additional words. You could have been more efficient and just used one. Asshole.
I look forward to future announcements relating to this issue. Thanks! =)
We use preprocessed Java - that is, Java that contains macros to be processed. Currently ohcount (like sloccount) ignores these .jpp files. The .jpp files contain our most significant code. ... [More]
There are numerous projects now using Vexi. Vexi files are XML/JS. Currently ohcount detects them as Perl files. It is easy to know if it is a Vexi file: All Vexi templates end in .t All are JS ... [More]
You're welcome. I love Ohloh and the reason I reported this was to try and help you improve it. :-)
Ok, I tried using file on one of our .t files (XML/JS, but obviously not included in your file extension list) and get the following: org.vexi.widgets/src/vexi/widget$ file button.t button.t: ... [More]