xcstats is a command line tool for analyzing Xcode project and prints statistics of source codes like
This project leverages SwiftSyntax to generate Swift code statistics that describes how many Swift types (class, struct, enum, etc.) are declared on your project.
- Xcode 10.1
$ brew tap horimislime/taproom $ brew install xcstats
You can also download portable executable from releases and install it manually.
Under your Xcode project root, just hit
$ cd /path/to/your/project/root $ xcstats
Generate .xcodeproj with
make xcodeproj and open it in Xcode 10.1 or later.
This project is still under early development. Missing features are:
- Specifying Xcode project path other than current working directory
- Detailed Objective-C code statistics (currently xcstats only prints lines/LOC. I need SwiftSyntax for ObjC! 😄)
- And some other useful statistics (number of tests, assets, etc.)