Count lines in files and display them hierarchically

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BSD3 licensed by Joey Adams

This program can be used to count lines of code in a program and display them hierarchically. For example, to tally up lines of Haskell code in a git repository:

git ls-files '*.hs' | recursive-line-count

More precisely, recursive-line-count takes a list of file names on standard input, counts lines in each file, and displays the results in a GtkTreeView.

Note that although this package is BSD3-licensed, it has LGPL dependencies.

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