Coding in every language isn't the same. Static Object will automatically apply multipliers to different file types based on the relative impact we believe that language to have. In general, we find that a line of HTML impacts the code base about 60% as much as a line of Ruby. CSS impacts at around 40%, since it is uniquely prone to redundancy and terse lines.
Static Object also lets you adjust weighting with a real-time preview of the impact on cumulative line impact
For this feature, go to your repositories settings, and click File Types.
Here you can change the LI multiplier by file type. You can also choose whether these files should be ignored automatically.
This page will also let you add custom file types that our system may not have recognized:
You may also copy these settings from one repository to another.