This is the main tab where you define your "project" - which files to count, where they are located, and some other options.
The left side of the window allows you to set where your source files to count are located - you can specify multiple folders if you
wish. To make it easier, you can also drag-drop folders from Windows Explorer into the list box to automatically add them.
The right side of the window shows which types of files you would like to count, just select as many (or as few of them) as you want.
You may also want to exclude some specific types of files, you can do so by adding a regular expression in the "Exclude" field
to exclude those files that match the given pattern.
You may also load your previous profile (so you don't need to keep configuring the program over and over) and save them too
using the "Load" and "Save" buttons.
To start the counts, you only need to click on the "Start Count!" Button. The results will be shown in the "Results" tab.
If you would like to define your own file types and extensions first, simply go to the "Config" tab.
If you want to count files on a Unix (BSD, Linux) system, you may want to mount them on your windows system beforehand using
Samba or some other similar technology. Code Counter Pro can count both Unix style and Windows style text files.
You may also count files found on another computer on a network by just selecting a network drive (or connecting to the shared
drive's device letter)