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Howto ignore javascript errors? [message #1797193] Sat, 27 October 2018 15:00 Go to next message
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Hi,

I'm not sure whether this is the right place to ask this question, if
not let me know with a hint where I should be :). Currently I'm using
PDT which makes use of WTP-WST for HTML/CSS/JS support.
I have a project with "JavaScript Support" that somehow keeps generating
errors, specifically it complains about mootools 1.11 with a lot of
"cannot be resolved to a type" (even though 'Unresolved types' is set to
Warning and not Error!). All these errors clutter my problems view makes
it impossible to see if other projects have actual problems.
In Project Properties > JavaScript > JavaScript Validator >
Errors/Warnings I have tried to enable project specific settings and set
all to 'Ignore'. I've also suspended all validators under 'Validation'
however the errors keep coming back. https://www.minimilitia.mobi/ https://www.applock.ooo/ https://www.7zip.vip/

I have cleaned the projects and tried to forcefully delete the errors
from the Problems view, but everytime a rebuild is triggered the errors
pop up again.

I don't care much if this specific project has all javascript validation
disabled, as long as it stops generating all the errors.
Does anyone have an idea how this can be achieved?

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Re: Howto ignore javascript errors? [message #1797232 is a reply to message #1797193] Sun, 28 October 2018 23:20 Go to previous message
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Which version of PDT and the Web Tools are you using?

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