Code size without documentation comments and unittests

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Sun Feb 26 13:53:52 PST 2017

On Sunday, 26 February 2017 at 21:25:52 UTC, Andrei Alexandrescu 
> On 02/26/2017 01:37 AM, Seb wrote:
>> That been said DUB is a build tool and it's good to be in 
>> verbose in
>> case of errors and there's `-q` which you can use as expected, 
>> e.g:
>>> dub run dscanner -q -- --sloc .
> Cool, that does it for me. Thanks! -- Andrei

Are you sure?

> The "--sloc" or "-l" option prints the number of lines of code 
> in the file. Instead of simply printing the number of line 
> breaks, this counts the number of semicolon, while, if, do, 
> else, switch, for, foreach, foreach_reverse, default, and case 
> tokens in the file.

Which means it includes code in unittests.

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