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Eclipse Platform Plug-in Development Environment Guide
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Changing API Tooling options

The options can be changed per project or per workspace.

  1. First you need to open the preference page. Do one of the following according to the desired scope:
  2. Select the tab for which you want to modify an option:
    • API Use: for options related to API usage (unsupported tags, API restrictions, API leaks)
    • API Compatibility: for options related to compatibility issues. They are sorted per type of element
    • Version Management: for options related to invalid, missing, malformed @since tags or incorrect plug-in versions)
    • Analysis Options - for general options
  3. All options of a page can be reset to the default values by clicking on Restore Defaults.
  4. Use the buttons insider the Set All As group to modify all options of the page to a specific value.

Related reference

API Errors and Warnings Preferences


 
 
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