I'm working on two-year project using the classicthesis template. My project folder, ie. the classicthesis template folder, includes several .tex files, for example all nine project chapters as their own .tex files.
I've found a tool for tracking and plotting all the words in my project, but don't understand how to set it up on my Mac.
Having studied the instructions below, taken from the aforementioned site, my core problem is that PowerShell scripts don't work on OS X, right... ?
Here is the script in case you are interested: twc.ps1. I suggest you to use it to monitor your progress on your writings by setting it as a daily job under the Windows Task Scheduler.
The usage syntax is ./twc.ps1 [-tag name] [-date date] [-output outputdir] inputdirs
For example the command ./twc.ps1 -tag first_version -date '16 Nov 2010' -output c:\report c:\thesis creates a datapoint named 'first_version' at the specified date whose value is the total number of words in TeX documents under directory c:\thesis; the CSV file and graphs are stored under c:\report.
Am I missing something here, perhaps a better idea... ?