I submitted a pull request yesterday or the day before but nothing seems to have happened yet and the last activity on robinluckey/ohcount happened quite a while ago, so I decided I'd post here.
It's a parser for NSIS, used mainly for installers but used in particular very extensively by us at PortableApps.com. So I wanted to boost our line count and get the language we write in right.
Builds fine, tests all pass, results on several repositories containing some or all NSIS code are as expected for the ANSI/UTF-8 files, but the UTF-16LE... Ohcount is significantly broken with UTF-16LE; line count doubles, comment count goes to zero, content vanishes... but it's not my fault.
It seems to me that Ohcount is just sitting there, stagnant. No activity since May, and no response whatsoever to a pull request from two weeks ago.
Could someone please deal with this? Ohcount is good, but without NSIS support it makes our metrics useless.
Chris, as Black Duck gets started on improvements to ohloh we'll be looking into Ohcount. I'll make sure your request gets noticed.
Thanks. I'm glad to see that Ohcount isn't dead.