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Philippe Ombredanne
@pombredanne
the jsonlines has been designed for a smaller footprint as things do not nee to be all loaded in memory to create the output
Can you paste your scan cli args details?
Philippe Ombredanne
@pombredanne
@salt:sal.td I am intrigued by your research projects too! tell me more :)
Salt
@salt:sal.td
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@pombredanne: must be the final output that is crashing things then. I'm using json-pp and sending that to elasticsearch. I keep upping the ram to a virtual machine, but it's crashing out at 6gb. Will give cli details and such later, in a meeting but wanted to respond :)
Philippe Ombredanne
@pombredanne
@salt:sal.td sure thing. If you want you could file an issue so we can track this in details there
Abhishek Kumar
@Abhishek-Dev09
@/all 👋
Philippe Ombredanne
@pombredanne
@Abhishek-Dev09 hey :wave:
'sup?
Abhishek Kumar
@Abhishek-Dev09
@pombredanne Hi , how it is going?
Ayan Sinha Mahapatra
@AyanSinhaMahapatra
:wave:
Philippe Ombredanne
@pombredanne
@Abhishek-Dev09 doing great and you?
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dwdanielo
@dwdanielo
Hello everyone,
sorry if this is not the right place to ask this but I'm having some toubles with scancode while excluding some files. I've tried both --ignore-author and --ignore-copyright-holder like in this example:
https://scancode-toolkit.readthedocs.io/en/latest/cli-reference/output-filters-and-control.html?highlight=ignore
but none of the above worked for me.
How can I skip one folder in my repository, is there a way to do that with adding the parameter while executing the command, or should I use separated config file to specify particular directories I want to scan? I'll just add that it's not about skipping the unwanted files in post scan activities, I need to skip the unwanted folder from skanning as it will save 10h(!) of my time.
Thanks in advance, any help will be appreciated!
Philippe Ombredanne
@pombredanne
@dwdanielo the --ignore "glob pattern" option should be what you need
@dwdanielo this is the right place BTW... and welcome! :wave:
@dwdanielo the doc surely could be improved... so please come back here to tell if this worked for you
dwdanielo
@dwdanielo

Thanks so much for the answer :) Unfortunately I still can't exclude the unwanted folder. I generated the glob pattern like in below photo using https://regex101.com/ but nothing changed, the scancode scanned all the content from the path.
Just to show better what I've tried, here is my structure:

C/
├─ workspace/
│ ├─ UNWANTED/
│ ├─ folder_1/
│ ├─ folder_2/
│ ├─ folder_n/
│ ├─ file_1
│ ├─ file_2
│ ├─ file_n

and the command:
C:\workspace>scancode --ignore "./UNWANTED/." -l --html C:/scan_log.html C:/workspace

I've also tried the --ignore "./UNWANTED/." as last parameter, also with r before glob pattern but nothing changed...
Maybe I miss some basic stuff?

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Philippe Ombredanne
@pombredanne
@dwdanielo let me try this locally
dwdanielo
@dwdanielo
I have dealt with it different way, I created a python script that scans every folder separately(except UNWANTED), the result is that the script generates many reports, but then I merge every html report into one, just wanted to share my solution ;)
Philippe Ombredanne
@pombredanne
@dwdanielo ah :) thanks!
Aditya Sangave
@adii21-Ux
nexB/scancode-toolkit#2872 @pombredanne added a comment
Rahul Surwade
@RahulSurwade08
Hey Everyone!
My Name is Rahul Surwade. I am a Cloud Security Engineer by profession with knowledge in AWS, GCP, Linux, Docker, Terraform and Kubernetes. I am new to open source contribution. I am very excited to contribute in your GSoc 2022 projects and learn a lot during my tenure here. I am currently working my way towards learning Go and GitOps.
I am interested for contributing in container-insector Project.
Please feel free to reach out on Linkedin : www.linkedin.com/in/rahul-surwade
Philippe Ombredanne
@pombredanne
@RahulSurwade08 welcome!
lf32
@lf32
Hi
lf32
@lf32
I have a question
do I have to register for something to attend the meet?
I have got some questions to ask
Philippe Ombredanne
@pombredanne
@lf32 this is open to everyone and no registration is required :)
lf32
@lf32
Is this a good ui? I also managed to change the table size to 25 according to issue 413
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lf32
@lf32
I didn't get one thing
Will that app (the new django app to detect text) will be a seperate project or an app inside scancode.io which specifically does one job i.e identifing licence with input
??
Philippe Ombredanne
@pombredanne

@lf32 re:

Is this a good ui?

Can you paste this is in an issue in ScanCode.io? This way we can gayjer feedback from a larger base

Will that app (the new django app to detect text) will be a seperate project or an app inside scancode.io which specifically does one job i.e identifing licence with input

IMHO: inside scancode.io which specifically does one job i.e identifing licence with input

Is this a good ui? I also managed to change the table size to 25 according to issue 413

This looks good at first, but let's use an issue to collect feedback :)

lf32
@lf32
How do you sort a pipeline?
i mean based on what?
Philippe Ombredanne
@pombredanne

@lf32 re:

How do you sort a pipeline?
i mean based on what?

I do not understand your question

lf32
@lf32
In #413 sorting based on pipeline
Philippe Ombredanne
@pombredanne
@lf32 you meant this nexB/scancode.io#413
@lf32 I think that @adii21-Ux may already be working on this?
lf32
@lf32
Ok then, no worries
Philippe Ombredanne
@pombredanne
:)
@lf32 there are plenty things to clench your teeth on otherwise :)
lf32
@lf32
is there some issue with nexB/scancode.io#142
@pombredanne could you please elaborate nexB/scancode.io#355
lf32
@lf32
Thanks for explaining it