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Estimate Code Size
#!/usr/bin/env bash
# Use this script like `./code_size.sh file1 file2 ... > output.txt`
set -eu;
function estimate()
{
cat $1 | wc
# without comments and empty lines:
sed 's/#.*//' $1 \
| sed '/^\s*$/d' \
| wc
# Without the following tokens:
# - '\' at the end of a line.
# - '{{' (removed only if it's a template file)
# - '}}' or '-}}' (removed only if it's a template file)
# - '[ \t]+' replaced with a single space
# - trailing whitespaces
# as well as all the comments and empty lines removed.
case "$1" in
*template*)
sed 's/#.*//' $1 \
| sed 's/\\$//' \
| sed 's/{{//g' \
| sed 's/-\?}}//g' \
| sed 's/[ \t]\+/ /g' \
| sed 's/\s\+$//g' \
| sed '/^\s*$/d' \
| wc
;;
*)
sed 's/#.*//' $1 \
| sed 's/\\$//g' \
| sed 's/[ \t]\+/ /g' \
| sed 's/\s\+$//g' \
| sed '/^\s*$/d' \
| wc
;;
esac
}
for arg in $@
do
estimate $arg
done
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thevirtuoso1973 commented Mar 6, 2022

This should work on bash scripts, templated Dockerfiles (assuming filename contains 'template') and our Modusfiles.

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