# Depending on how you install Node.js # may need sudo at the beginning of the command npm install -g sloc
-g flag indicates that the package should be installed globally. You can run this command from anywhere on the file system. npm adds this package to a special directory accessible to all system users. You can find out its location with another npm command:
npm config ls -l ... prefix = "/Users/tirion/.asdf/installs/nodejs/14.5.0/.npm" ...
After installation, the utility becomes available on the command line by a name specified in the project documentation, e.g., on GitHub. In the case of sloc, the name of the package is the same as the command name:
# Note the period after the sloc command # It means the current directory needs to be analyzed sloc . ---------- Result ------------ Physical : 785627 Source : 550712 Comment : 138793 Single-line comment : 31810 Block comment : 107078 Mixed : 6852 Empty block comment : 2495 Empty : 105469 To Do : 385 Number of files read : 6018 ----------------------------
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