I still wanna argue that about 90% of those 19000 lines are library codes
Well, just assume they aren't. :\
Whoa ! 19000 lines of purely typed freebasic codes! Really ? Thats would be a small OS if you are a C++ or assembler programmer.
if you use Linux and dual-boot into Windows, don't try to open Windows Disk Manager in Windows
anonymous1337 wrote:Is that so? If I recall correctly, the hand-written RTL, gfxlib and compiler code is pretty big.
I still don't see the big deal. I slam out over 1K LOC on a good day, easily.
Paint.NET originated as a computer science senior design project during spring 2004 at Washington State University. Version 1.0 consisted of 36,000 lines of code and was written in fifteen weeks.
In contrast, version 3.35 has approximately 162,000 lines of code.
TJF wrote:My planing (even for well prepared projects):
First 100 LOC = 1 hour,
second 100 LOC = 1 day,
next 100 LOC = 1 week, ...
Yes, it's somehow logarithmic.
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