anyway, i think the cccc Ada support was disabled shortly before the last release, so it might not be a big deal to get it working
i think if it can handle recent java/c++ it should handle Ada
latest config gui has more "optimize for language X" options
i don't remember fortran or python being there before...
if there's a new python builtin it might be worth looking at
back to cccc, it also chokes on stuff like webkit so the grammars probably all need updating
should work with 2003 but not 2011...
i just don't know of another metrics tool that does what it does as a simple stand-alone binary you can run from a makefile or whatever
http://www.gentoogeek.org/metrics/ <= cccc report run itself in c++ mode
*on its own source
Lucretia: what does adabrowse use?
essentially you meed to parse the source into an AST, right? at least to get any structural info out of it...
(Action) only vaguely grasping how antlr/cccc works
he's got a grammar and a lexer that antlr uses to build the source parser? i think...