We recommend to ignore some files from the analytics. In example: autogenerated files, non-binary files, external libraries.
This will keep you focused on valuable code and increase the accuracy of analytical insights.
Please note: Files that are already ignored in gitignore, will be excluded from you Codigy analytics.
On any map where you see files, click to open the action list:
You will be able to use one of three rules:
1. Ignore a specific file
2. Find and ignore all exact matches in a specific repository
3. Find and ignore all exact matches in all connected repositories
Please note: The effect of the ignore rule will not be immediate. Over time, when new commits are processed, maps will be updated and the object will no longer affect your analytical insights.
Here, you will see all ignored files and be able to revoke ignore rules👇
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