Note that when specifying files and folders, you can oly add items that reside under the solution folder. To specify code outside your solution folder, use file masks.
Masks are prefixed by
**\ and are matched against absolute file paths. If you want to match all files inside a folder,
\** would also be required at the end of the mask. So, for example, files inside C:\Foo\Bar would be matched by
C:\Foo\Bar\** (although shorter masks might match unwanted folders too).
The easiest way to check if the current file is matched by a mask is to type inside it and make sure that design-time code inspection is disabled in this file.
You can also ignore code in other ways for these and other languages on the the following options pages:
- to exclude files, folders, and masks from code inspection.
- to partly disable code inspection for generated code.
- to specify files and folders that should be ignored by Navigation by Name commands.
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