Can I get clarity on when issues are created from pull requests? The documentation says
The issues visible on the short-lived branch are the new issues corresponding to files modified in the branch.
Modified files are determined based on the checksum of each file on the sonar.branch.target and the short-lived branch.
This appears to indicate that any file modified in that pull request will be fully scanned for issues and those issues will be reported as part of the PR, even if those issues are from lines that were not modified in the PR. This seems to be what is happening in our case. Is there a way to change that behavior so that issues are only created if they are caused by the new code?