With the announcement of Roslyn we reassessed all JustCode features and decided to base JustCode for Visual Studio 2015 on Roslyn and get rid of the duplication of work. We don't use our scanners/parsers/analyzers, anymore, instead we retrieve the syntax trees and semantics for C# and VisualBasic from Roslyn. This led to some several changes of the behavior of JustCode, one of which was that it does not provide error reporting for C#/VB in VS 14.0, anymore. What we did is to plug some analyzers in Roslyn and this is the reason our warnings are shown in Visual Studio's error grid. We are going to add our warnings in our grid at some point but, currently, we have other features with higher priority to resurrect. Even though, you are still able to ignore these warnings and there are several ways to do it:
- If you would like to disable some kind of a warning for each file, you can do it through our options - JustCode | Options | Code Analysis | Problems | C# and then mark the desired warning with the green tick.
- Also, Roslyn provides some quick fixes for ignoring warnings produced by analyzers - go to the warning you would like to ignore, open Visual Studio's LightBulb and execute one of the 'Suppress <warning id>' commands (We are going to integrate these ignoring commands in our Visual Aid, too).
- You can also see the documentation
of 'SuppressMessageAttribute' as it gives you more flexibility when ignoring some kind of a warning (e.g. setting a scope to which the attribute should be applied).
I hope this was helpful, if you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us!
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