If you believe you are a Symfony boss, if you think that your code respects the strictest standards, if you're sure that all your methods are documented, if you never calls sfContext::getInstance(), then you can face the terrific sfProjectAnalyserPlugin!
This plugin allows to measure the quality and the volumetry of a project. It counts the applications, modules and actions, checks the size of the functions and templates, alerts when it finds out abnormal stuff, and many other things.
It's not only a toy to generate some statistics about your work. It becomes definitely useful when it is used as a continuous integration tool. Imagine that you start a brand new Symfony project: if every morning, after your fried bacon, you launch the analysis and you follow the precious advices of the result page, you'll have in the end a beautiful, clean and easy to debug code. Then you'll become the king of oil and you could make a huge donation to the kind developers of this plugin!
And if you think it isn't strict enough (or too strict, shame on you :)), it's OK! It's completely configurable through a YAML file.
The analyse can be launched using a Symfony command :
symfony project:analyse --application="frontend" --env="dev" > analysis.html
It generates a HTML report that you can see using your favourite browser:
You can find more informations on the sfProjectAnalyserPlugin plugin page.
PS: you might have guessed that I'm one of the developers of this wonderful plugin! Even if my contribution has been modest for now... (I'll catch up, Loïc!)