[# some comment #]
hello [+ $text +] World
alert('[+ $text +');
The example above contains an EmbPerl statement ([+ ... +], [# .... #] and so on...). As already stated, it's usage is like php. It is not important that WebStorm can evaluate this piece of code. For my case it would be the best to ignore the content of these code fragments ([+ ... +]). Currently WebStorm only displays a lot of errors.
Is there a way to configure WebStorm to ignore custom code fragments like [+ +] and others? It would make my life much easier (that and the decision to purchase the IDE),
thanks in advance