Company i work for has “production” license with 250k lines of code limit. Currently there are 9 project scanned and 10nth just arrived and caused “limit error”. But …
From what i calculated manually (by summarizing digits on the right side of each project) those 9 projects give arround 144k lines of code.
On the license panel i actually see that actual value is much more
Its very unlikely that this one project added arround 93k lines of code to even meet the value. But error indicates that LOC value is much higher …
So my questions:
- How this limit is calculated. Is it summary of each projects largest branch or not?
- What are those values on the right side of each project summary?
- How lines are actually counted. I mean, those projects use C/C++. I uninstalled all plugins except C/C++, Java and Jacoco. Does it mean that scanner scans only .c .cpp .h files and so on? Or does it still takes all other like .json .md .txt? Should i narrow the focus manually?
- Can i lower down current value of LOC by deleting some less used projects?