When you send us a piece of software, we'll inspect it, so that we can tell you how maintainable it is.
We'll print it out, pick up a red pen and inspect it, writing our findings on the printed copy of the source code. Then we count the number of obstacles that we found, compare the total to the number of lines of code that we inspected, and plot the result on the software decay spectrum.
We don't use software to do this work: we have a network of programmers who carry out inspections for us. We don't need any tools, other than the red pen, because when you're measuring how hard it will be for programmers to analyze, modify and test the code that they and their colleagues have written, the best tool available is a human being!
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