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JavaNCSS, not displaying complete list of packages

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I am using JavaNCSS to display metrices for my project. But my problem is it displays only first 8 packages i specify from the prompt whereas i have more than 30 packages. I am doing something like

E:\Test\javancss21.41>.\bin\javancss -gui  c\d\m\main\*.java c\d
\m\a\c\*.java c\d\m\a\d\*.java .....

If i open another command prompt and try to display those packages which were not displayed in the first prompt window (1 or 2 packages at a time), they display fine. Again if i mention the names all those  packages which were not dispalyed in the first prompt window only 5 packages display in the gui.
I am unable to find out why it doesn't it display all the packages.
please help.
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by:girionis
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Maybe there is a limit on how many characters you can pass as arguments through the command line. If there is I am afraid there is nothing you can do about it except changing the JavaNCSS code itself to recursively read a folder you can pass.
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by:thomas908
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That does not seem to be the case because in the sample that is displayed with the spec they are dislpaying more than 30 packages. Secondly, sometimes it displays 8 packages(out of a given set of packages) and sometimes it displays 5 packages( out of another set of packages).
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by:zzynx
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Can't you use the -recursive option?
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by:girionis
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Can you make sure that the paths of the packages do not have space or special characters?
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by:zzynx
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Did you try the -all option?
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by:thomas908
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using it.
not giving any different result
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by:thomas908
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>>Can't you use the -recursive option
Infact it displays only 7 packages instead of normal 8

>>Did you try the -all option
 it also displays only 7 packages instead of normal 8


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by:thomas908
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In the gui it displays total number of Source statements as 7687 but if i don't use       -gui option it displays total number of source statements as 9545 in the prompt.
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by:zzynx
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>> Infact it displays only 7 packages instead of normal 8
The same 7 that were also displayed when 8 were displayed?
And you pass the highest directory level? Of course. Just to make sure.
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by:thomas908
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>>Can you make sure that the paths of the packages do not have space or special characters

yes. i copied the names of packages and pasted them in another prompt and they work. problem is all of them don't display together.
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by:zzynx
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>> In the gui it displays total number of Source statements as 7687 but if i don't use      
>> -gui option it displays total number of source statements as 9545 in the prompt.
Strange.... At first sight, that looks as a bug, isn't it?
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by:thomas908
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>>And you pass the highest directory level?
If there is a package p1\p2 and another package p1\p2\p3, I specify both

.\bin\javancss p1\p2 p1\p2\p3

Do i need to specify only p1\p2
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by:expertmb
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it is showing me 12 packages.
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by:thomas908
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>>it is showing me 12 packages

When i use the sample provided with the tool it displays more than 30 packages so limit on number of packages isn't a problem
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>>And you pass the highest directory level?
something like

         javancss -gui -recursive c\d\m

or

>>If there is a package p1\p2 and another package p1\p2\p3,
         javancss -gui -recursive p1
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by:thomas908
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Thank you so much
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Thanks for accepting.

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