On the Exakat blog there's a new post that includes the details of the largest PHP applications currently available (and popular) based on their own scanning of Open Source Projects.
When testing the exakat static analysis engine, I need to run it on real code. Open Source projects are a real blessing there, since they come in different shapes and stripes. [...] Nowadays, code bases tends to be smaller, compared to more ancient applications. Components are the norm, and they impact both the development of the application, and its extension.
[...] For this survey, we collected 1885 Open Source applications, and counted only their tokens. Tokens are PHP atomic elements, that are needed to understand and run code. Comments, white spaces and delimiters were not counted, leaving only the useful tokens. Then, the more the larger is the application.
The post lists out the top 100 largest PHP applications (by tokens, not by line) including:
- Magento2 (#6)
- Drupal (#12)
- Yii (#21)
- Joomla (#36)
- Symfony (#52)
- Apigility (#80)
The list comes with the count of tokens and is an update of their 2016 largest PHP applications post.