> Even just showing
a link on the warning pop-up to the Project/Workspace preference page to
customize warning would be a very good thing.
Maybe you're using CDT? If you use JDT
this is there for quite some time:
And the button on the left allows to
configure how the problem is shown in the editor.
Mickael Istria <mistria@xxxxxxxxxx>
10 ideas to improve Eclipse IDE usability
On 05/28/2014 02:38 PM, Carsten Reckord wrote:
Additionally, number 8 "Stop showing nonsense
warning and suggestion" tends
to come up again and again.
Instead of discussing for the umpteenth time which errors/warnings should
on or off by default, I suggest a default quickfix for all problem markers
(where applicable) that just disables that marker type in the preferences.
This would let people easily get to their comfortable level of warnings
it would eliminate the need to hunt down the specific preference controlling
a certain marker. That's probably the best idea I've heard so far regarding
Even just showing a link on the warning pop-up to the Project/Workspace
preference page to customize warning would be a very good thing.
I would file a bug, but I'm not sure for which component.
Would this be
something that every marker contributor (e.g. CDT or JDT) had to do on
own? Or is it something that the Platform can provide?