Getting a list of all Licenses in a Project

In a regular project you are using a handfull Software Libraries. Every Library in your project can use a different license. To get a list of all licenses which are used in your project can be difficult. You can double check the license for every single library in your project manually. But that is time intensive and a pain in the ass!

VersionEye is offering a quick solution for that. You can get the license list in less than 1 minute. After your login you are in “My Projects”. Click the link “Add New Project” in the left nav bar, to create a new project.

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Simply upload a project file. A pom.xml, Gemfile, composer.json, package.json, dependency.gradle or another supported file with your dependencies. After the upload you will see a tab with all the dependencies.

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Simply click on the “License” tab to see all licenses in this project. And here it is.

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In this example most Libraries are using the MIT License. Some of them are under “Ruby” license and for 1 Library VersionEye was not able to detect a license.

It’s that simple. Let me know if you have questions to this.

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