Monday, December 13, 2010

Disable Syntax Error Check in Eclipse

Eclipse underlines when your code does not match the syntax rules, which is done in the CDT parser, for lot of reasons you end up highlighting most of your code as syntax error and its a pain to see the code in between these high lights, I wanted to disable it for god's sake! and could not find an easy menu option to do tat. After Google-ing a bit, I found it can be by un-checking these options shown in the below pictures.

Goto Windows->Preferences->General->Editors->Text Editors->Annotations->C/C++ Occurrences, and uncheck all the boxes on the right side and apply ! Hope this helps !

1 comment:

  1. Hi, is it possible to disable synax error check
    for the project explorer, i mean it shows little
    red error icons all around which I don't like.
    BTW, I am using Eclipse idea.
    Thanks in advance.