Large projects such as OpenAFS are often broken up into subcomponents (processes, libraries, packaging, documentation, etc.) These components often have very different attributes. They may be developed with different languages or different licenses. They are often developed by different sub-groups of the project development team. It may also be true that while the project as a whole may be active specific subcomponents may be rotting.
I believe it would be quite useful if the Code Analysis, Commits and Estimated Cost tools could be restricted to particular directories or subtrees.
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