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Working on DayJob code, I noticed how one file is like nearly 3,000 lines. Now for my own projects, I have this "thing" where I'm reaching nearly a thousand lines of code (including comments) that I feel compelled to move it into another file. That's if I notice it. I barely do nowadays but when I do, I'm always a bit shocked—for no particular reason outside “wow, that's a lot of lines”.

byhttps://jacky.wtf • posted archived copycurrent

This kind of makes me want to keep track of this for no other reason outside curiosity. I wonder if this is something I should put in my editor as a plugin (to collect these numbers and then throw it into SQLite for number crunching later.

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