Extending JavaDoc tags

A number of tools/projects rely on extendnig JavaDoc tags (XDoclet and JML just a few of them). Currently if an unknown tag is put inside a doc part of a function then red light is lit. I very appreciate IntelliJ's ability to analize the content and light one of trafficlight's colours and don't wanna lose it. But is there a way to extend its JavaDoc dictionary to prevent red light occurence?
I need no plug-in, just to enlarge the JavaDoc dictionary.

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If you go to IDE Settings > Errors you'll find a field for entering
additional javadoc tags. Anything you add here will not be flagged as an
error in the source code and will also be available for Ctrl+Space completion.

HTH,
Vil.

Roman wrote:

A number of tools/projects rely on extendnig JavaDoc tags (XDoclet and JML just a few of them). Currently if an unknown tag is put inside a doc part of a function then red light is lit. I very appreciate IntelliJ's ability to analize the content and light one of trafficlight's colours and don't wanna lose it. But is there a way to extend its JavaDoc dictionary to prevent red light occurence?
I need no plug-in, just to enlarge the JavaDoc dictionary.


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Also there is an open request
http://www.intellij.net/tracker/idea/viewSCR?publicId=7530 for an intention
to put the unknown tag to the list of custom ones.

Regards,
Eugene

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If you go to IDE Settings > Errors you'll find a field for entering
additional javadoc tags. Anything you add here will not be flagged as an
error in the source code and will also be available for Ctrl+Space

completion.
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HTH,
Vil.

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Roman wrote:

A number of tools/projects rely on extendnig JavaDoc tags (XDoclet and

JML just a few of them). Currently if an unknown tag is put inside a doc
part of a function then red light is lit. I very appreciate IntelliJ's
ability to analize the content and light one of trafficlight's colours and
don't wanna lose it. But is there a way to extend its JavaDoc dictionary to
prevent red light occurence?

I need no plug-in, just to enlarge the JavaDoc dictionary.

>

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Vilya Harvey, Consultant
vilya.harvey@digitalsteps.com / digital steps /
(W) +44 (0)1483 469 480
(M) +44 (0)7816 678 457 http://www.digitalsteps.com/

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