Re: [isabelle] Surpress warning-squiggly lines in JEdit

On 07/02/2014 05:23 PM, Dmitriy Traytel wrote:
Hi Moa,

although I would recommend, not to completely ignore warnings (they are
usually there for a good reasons), but you can try playing with the
colors (including transparency) to make them look more harmless.

Preferences -> Plugin Options -> Isabelle -> Rendering -> Warning Color

Additionally, you might want to do the same for the "Writeln Color" option in the same menu: this is the grey underline for output, such as termination order. I suppose it makes more sense to 'disable' this instead of warnings.



On 02.07.2014 16:38, Moa Johansson wrote:

Perhaps a stupid question, but I can’t seem to find a way to surpress
the squiggly lines that JEdit puts in the proof document whenever
there is some output or warning message from the command! e.g. on a
function definition when it outputs that it has found a termination
order and similar things.

I would like to switch off the squiggles for warnings and stuff, it
kind of makes it look like there are real errors in the theory file,
when in fact there is just some message being output. But changing
things under Preferences -> Plugin Options does not seem to be right...

This MUST be really simple to do this though?


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