For companies our license whitelist feature is very important. That’s why we put a lot of work into it, to make it even more awesome!
If you assigned a license whitelist to your project a “PDF-Export” link will appear below the dependency table.
Now the dependencies & licenses are downloadable as PDF! The exported PDF file contains a complete list of the dependencies and licenses. It shows which of the dependencies are whitelisted and which are not!
Beside the list of dependencies it contains a complete list of all licenses which have been on the license whitelist at the time of the PDF export! That way it is reproducible why certain dependencies are marked as whitelisted and others not!
Now there are 2 charts in the license tab which visualise the license information better! The first chart shows the ratio between whitelisted, violated and unknown licenses!
That way it is very easy to see how many percentage of the project dependencies violate the license whitelist and how many of them don’t have any license information available!
The 2nd chart shows the distribution of the licenses itself.
The chart above shows that 80% of all project dependencies use the MIT license. 7% of the dependencies have no license information. And the other dependencies are using the Ruby & LGPL-3.0 license at the same ratio.
We hope you like the new features at VersionEye 🙂