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Re: [ide-dev] Survey for IDE feature enhancements

On 11/20/2013 11:08 AM, Sven Efftinge wrote:
"More aggressively" is quite vague but IMHO much better than the initial question.
When you say "potential programming problems"  do you refer to just that subsection in warnings/errors?
Don't know about Gunnar, but I'm referring to all available compiler rules in general.
Also if we do the survey with that question and people vote for "Yes" we'll have to answer the next question:
Which of the currently ignored checks should be switched to a warning?
What I'm wondering is whether people would be fine if warnings were all enabled by default, and they'd have to select by themselves which ones to keep or not. A question about "which ones" wouldn't lead to much conclusions as it depends much on the use-case. My opinion is that by default, Eclipse should show as much power as it can show. Warnings are part of this power.
You can see and comment this bug: . But it has got to the conclusion that it is an "opinion bug" so a question in a survey would help.
Mickael Istria
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