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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:
│ ├─ 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?
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 :)