How do i disable a specific resharper inspection across an entire project?

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Asked by : melany wijngaard 2021-03-22 03:17

Resharper alerts me about public functions that are never accessed. This is useful in most areas in my code, but I have a project that contains classes that function as a public API (actually Hot-Chocolate GraphAPI functions), so, naturally, there are no calls to them elsewhere in the code. I don't need Resharper to tell me about them.

I know it's possible to disable these kinds of warnings per file by including a comment. I'm wondering if there is a way to disable this warning across an entire project.

N.B. I don't want to disable Resharper itself in this project (as described in this answer). Resharper is still providing value to me and it's just this specific warning that I want to disable.

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arlo jackson
Answer by : arlo jackson

ReSharper's help lists various ways to disable a specific inspection. You can disable a specific inspection in a scope either using an .editorconfig file, or with a ReSharper settings file.


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arnaud lo
Answer by : arnaud lo

Following the link provided (thanks @IgorAkhmetov) I created an .editorSettings file in the scope I wanted (the root of the single project) with the following contents:

 resharper_unused_member_global_highlighting = none
resharper_class_never_instantiated_global_highlighting = none

Outcome: Resharper stopped telling me about unused public members, or uninstantiated public classes, in that project only. It carries on telling me about those problems in the rest of my codebase.


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leo pierce
Answer by : leo pierce

Option "Solution-wide inspections" can be turned off in project's properties: enter image description here


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