A note about the functionality of the plugins
The plugins work by listening to your editor's text changes and detecting the syntax used. If you are having problems with XP registering to the wrong language, you may need to install an appropriate language support package for your editor. Code::Stats relies on the editor to detect the proper language.
Note that at no point is any of your code sent to Code::Stats. Only the amounts of XP (roughly the amount of keystrokes) are sent. For further information, check the API documentation and the source code of the plugins.
To install, use Atom's builtin package search to search for
code-stats-atom and install the package. Then go to the package's settings page and insert the API key of the machine you want.
To install, use the IDE's builtin package manager, click on "Browse repositories…" and search for
Code::Stats. After installation, go to Settings → Other Settings → Code::Stats and insert your API key.
If the plugin fails to send XP, reporting
C::S ERR!, hover over the status bar text to see the actual exception. If it complains of a PKIX error, you may need to install the DST Root CA X3 to the IDE's JRE's trust store manually. The command to do that goes roughly like this on macOS:
$ cd /Applications/<IDE>.app/Contents/jre/jdk/Contents/Home/jre $ bin/keytool -import -alias 'DST Root CA X3' -keystore lib/security/cacerts -trustcacerts -file /path/to/dst_root_ca_x3.pem
Sublime Text 3
Visual Basic 6.0
To install, download the extension from the Visual Studio Marketplace. and run the installer. After installation, go to Extras → Options → CodeStats and insert your API key.
Thanks to Mathias Storm for the Visual Studio extension.
Visual Studio Code
To install, use the editor's extension manager and search for
CodeStats. After installating the extension and reloading the editor, set the
codestats.apikey setting to your API key.
Thanks to Juha Ristolainen for the VSCode extension.
If there is no plugin for your favourite editor, you can check out the API docs and implement one yourself. If you do, please let us know so we can add a link to it here!
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