Custom Javadoc tags - where is the config?

Where is the config for custom javadoc tags?

I added a custom tag many months ago for @version.
A fresh install of IDEA flags Javadoc comments with @version as errors/warnings.

I cant see a way to add a custom javadoc tag anymore - where does the config screen live?

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Nick Pratt wrote:

I cant see a way to add a custom javadoc tag anymore - where does the
config screen live?


IDE Settings > Errors > General > Unknown javadoc tags


Bas

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Nick Pratt wrote:

Where is the config for custom javadoc tags?


It's in the error highlighting configuration settings.

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Thanks - that's only the switch to turn it on/off.
Where is the config screen to let me add my "@version" tag as a "known" javadoc tag?

My IDEA does not highlight @version as unknown.
However, a colleague of mine who is trying IDEA, has @version highlighted as a warning.

I have warnings for unknown Javadoc tags turned on.

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Nick Pratt wrote:

Thanks - that's only the switch to turn it on/off.
Where is the config screen to let me add my "@version" tag as a "known" javadoc tag?


What version of IDEA are you on? In Irida at least that the place to add
additional javadoc tags.

Bas

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In article <27600599.1110301917333.JavaMail.itn@is.intellij.net>,
Nick Pratt <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote:

Thanks - that's only the switch to turn it on/off.


Not right under that, if you turn it on, and you have to be in your own
profile, not default, then you can add them manually.

That said, when you hit a java doc error, why don't you hit option+enter
(osx) or alt+enter (windows) and tell idea to add it?

R

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