Intention - implicit call to super()

With the inspection implicit call to super(), I think there should be at least an option to disable it for objects derived from Object.

BTW I just started using InspectionGadgets properly, and it's awesome...

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I'll bite: How does one use InspectionGadgets properly?

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>With the inspection implicit call to super(), I think there should be at least an option to disable it for objects derived from Object.

Reasonable. Please submit a JIRA item, so I don't lose it.

>BTW I just started using InspectionGadgets properly, and it's awesome...

Always glad to hear. Thanks!

--Dave Griffith

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I was kind of wondering that myself...

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Perhaps he means running specific inspection analyses as opposed to just
relying on the in-editor inspections.

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Gordon

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Haha, reasonable question, I guess :)

I mean more that I turned all the in-editor inspections on to see how they worked - I'm relatively new to IDEA, and just finding the things that make it really good. But I'm working out how to fix all the inspections in a file in one go, etc etc.

Is there a way to specify an inspection profile for certain files or groups of files, and another for the rest? Our codebase is a mess, but I'd like to have fairly strict inspections for the new code I write and the parts I maintain. I seem to remember a post a while back about error profiles, but I can't work it out or find the post. The help is now pretty out of date WRT the error profiles.

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Colin,

I mean more that I turned all the in-editor inspections on to see how they

worked - I'm relatively new to IDEA, and just finding the things that make
it really good. But I'm working out how to fix all the inspections in a file
in one go, etc etc.

You can run 'Inspect Code' on this file with your inspection profile and
apply all quick fixes after that.

Is there a way to specify an inspection profile for certain files or

groups of files, and another for the rest? Our codebase is a mess, but I'd
like to have fairly strict inspections for the new code I write and the
parts I maintain. I seem to remember a post a while back about error
profiles, but I can't work it out or find the post. The help is now pretty
out of date WRT the error profiles.

No, currently it is impossible. You can just define a number of profiles and
inspect code in different scopes with different profiles. But in common it
isn't a solution (


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