This is a problem that has happened to me on some Web Dynamic projects.
Every time the project is built, I get this error: “Errors occurred during the build.
It seems to me that it would be an obvious feature to be able to right-click a folder in a project and select "Exclude from Validation", but alas there is no such feature.
Is there another way to get the validators (PHP, HTML, etc.) to ignore the folders I need ignored? I'm using Zend Studio 8.0 with my Wordpress project.
The signal-to-noise ratio is so bad that I'm unable to use the view at all, which is a shame.
If I'm not going to have the benefits of the IDE, I might as well be using vim for this (I use it for other stuff, but for this codebase a good IDE is a better choice, providing I can get it to work).
Facets can be managed via the project properties under "Project Facets".
Hope this helps, Neil Dean Schulze wrote: Validation. Validation can be run manually from the project context menu.And yet, my Problems view/tab is still littered with thousands of red flags that stem mostly from a folder that we use to keep copies of external elements (Apache, PHP, etc.).You know, typical "have a copy of the specific versions we currently use" sort of thing.Preferences and select Validation in the left pane.The Validation page of the Preferences window lists the validators available in your project and their settings.Can you create a minimal workspace which reproduces the problem? (E.g., all the Git/Gradle/Spring icons disappeared from the project names.) I have a lot of projects in there, and I didn't want to have to import them all over again. YMMV but I wanted to record this just in case it helps somebody. Temporarily move the I faced Similar issue in Eclipse Indigo.