[376] 'xxx is not documented' warning

Hello,

is there any way to disable the warnings about classes, properties,
methods etc. that are not documented?

We switched on the generation of XML doc files on some of our projects,
so now we have lots of warnings. Problem is that we now see so many
warnings that we cannot step thru them to look at each.

Under ReSharper | Options | Highlighting we have only found "Parameter
not documented" and "Problem in doc-comment".


Sincerely,
Stefan Lieser

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Hello,

is there any way to disable the warnings about classes, properties,
methods etc. that are not documented?


Is it a R# warning, or rather a Visual Studio / C# compiler warning? Sounds
more like the latter … in which case there isn't much we can do about it.


Serge Baltic
Omea & R# Developer
JetBrains, Inc — http://www.jetbrains.com
“Develop with pleasure!”


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Serge Baltic wrote:

Hello,

>> is there any way to disable the warnings about classes, properties,
>> methods etc. that are not documented?


Is it a R# warning, or rather a Visual Studio / C# compiler warning?
Sounds more like the latter … in which case there isn't much we can do
about it.


And what about ReSharper warnings? Can those be disabled?

Sergey

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Stefan Lieser wrote:

is there any way to disable the warnings about classes, properties,
methods etc. that are not documented?

We switched on the generation of XML doc files on some of our projects,
so now we have lots of warnings. Problem is that we now see so many
warnings that we cannot step thru them to look at each.


Hi Stefan,

I registered the warning 1591 ("Missing XML comment...") as a supressed
warning in the project options. Unfortunately it didn't help. Of course
the C# compiler doesn't output 1591 warnings anymore. Now I'm wondering
why ReSharper can't make use of the supress warnings feature of the
compiler.

Ciao,
Jens

--
http://www.jenswinter.com

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Hello Serge,

it is a R# warning. R# even shows a quick-fix to add the xml comment (of
course GhostDoc does this ways better!).

So how can I turn of this warning?


Sincerely,
Stefan Lieser

Serge Baltic schrieb:

Hello,

>> is there any way to disable the warnings about classes, properties,
>> methods etc. that are not documented?


Is it a R# warning, or rather a Visual Studio / C# compiler warning?
Sounds more like the latter … in which case there isn't much we can do
about it.


Serge Baltic
Omea & R# Developer
JetBrains, Inc — http://www.jetbrains.com
“Develop with pleasure!”

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This is done in 3.0

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Eugene Pasynkov
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JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"
"Jens Winter" <jens.winter@mdcc-fun.de> wrote in message
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Stefan Lieser wrote:

>> is there any way to disable the warnings about classes, properties,
>> methods etc. that are not documented?
>>
>> We switched on the generation of XML doc files on some of our projects,
>> so now we have lots of warnings. Problem is that we now see so many
>> warnings that we cannot step thru them to look at each.
>

Hi Stefan,

>

I registered the warning 1591 ("Missing XML comment...") as a supressed
warning in the project options. Unfortunately it didn't help. Of course
the C# compiler doesn't output 1591 warnings anymore. Now I'm wondering
why ReSharper can't make use of the supress warnings feature of the
compiler.

>

Ciao,
Jens

>

--
http://www.jenswinter.com



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Hello Eugene,

do you plan to support this in 2.5?


Regards,
Stefan Lieser

Eugene Pasynkov (JetBrains) schrieb:

This is done in 3.0

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No.
This feature (support of compiler settings and #pragma warning directives)
is one of the feature set of ReSharer 3.0

--
Eugene Pasynkov
Developer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"
"Stefan Lieser" <stefan@lieser-online.de> wrote in message
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Hello Eugene,

>

do you plan to support this in 2.5?

>
>

Regards,
Stefan Lieser

>

Eugene Pasynkov (JetBrains) schrieb:

>> This is done in 3.0
>>


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Hello Eugene,

well, the warning I want to disable is not a compiler warning but a R#
warning! I thought I could disable every R# warning, but this is
obviously not the case. So I would be happy if you could fix this bug in 2.5

Regards,
Stefan


Eugene Pasynkov (JetBrains) schrieb:

No.
This feature (support of compiler settings and #pragma warning directives)
is one of the feature set of ReSharer 3.0

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