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How to disable the "Unused Method" warning for unit tests
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Calvin
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Calvin asked on 02 Apr 2012, 05:21 PM
Hi,

JustCode lists warnings for all of my xUnit test methods (annotated with xUnit's [Fact] attribute) indicating that each method is an "unused method". But since these are test methods, they won't get used elsewhere.  Consequently, I regard these JC warnings as a false positives.

Is there a way to globally disable these warnings (but only for the test methods)?

Thanks!

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Yanaki Yanakiev
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answered on 04 Apr 2012, 05:07 PM
Hello Calvin,

You can't disable the warning only for the test methods. You can hide all warnings for "Unused private members" by setting the option to "Do not show" in JustCode -> Options -> Code analysis -> Warnings -> C#.
We will work on improving JustCode analysis in such cases and I added a  PITS item where you can monitor our progress. I added some telerik points to your account for the heads up on this issue.


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Kevin Babcock
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answered on 18 Jun 2012, 06:48 PM
It would be nice to add some kind of "SuppressMessage" attribute we can add to a global class to prevent JustCode displaying warnings/errors for specific code.

I added my comment to the PITS item.
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