Release 3 January 2013

Happy New Year!

In this release:

  • Accepted several community pull requests for ohcount – the Ohloh line counter and open source project that parses source files for language line counts.
    • Added .json as an extension mapped to JavaScript language. This was posted in error previously. JSON is used primarily as a serialization format and because of this reason, it doesn’t seem appropriate to map .json to JavaScript language. Sorry for the confusion!
    • Added support for Genie and Vala .vapi files.
    • Added support for Coq .v files based on OCaml parser.
    • Improved detection of Puppet PP files.
    • Fixed a segfault bug.
  • Other bug fixes and performance improvements.

About Rich Sands

I'm the Principal and Founder of RSands Consulting, a developer/FOSS strategy, product management, and marketing consultancy. Formerly Ohloh's PM, Black Duck is now a client of mine.
  • Thanks for adding .json extension 🙂

    • Kim Whitehead

      okay,so can u make it 1-3 sentences so i understand how to rehookup my JavaScript?I don’t know how,or if my nephew was playin with my cell and i coulda got my JavaScript accidentally messed up then.email me to:
      luv2btatted35@gmail.com ~~OR MY OTHER EMAIL BELOW THIS LINE~~
      PillowSoftKissingLips546@yahoo.com (@ymail.com)
      HOPE YOU CAN HELP ME,
      Kim Whitehead

  • richsands

    Hi Alex – sorry for the confusion. We did not map the .json extension to JavaScript.