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cpptest.result.line.suppressions.enabled

This setting specifies enables or disables creating regex-based line suppressions.

Acceptable Values

trueEnables creating regex-based line suppressions.
falseDisables creating regex-based line suppressions.

The following configuration enables regex-based line suppressions:

cpptest.result.line.suppressions.enabled=true  

cpptest.result.line.suppressions.pattern

This setting specifies a semicolon-separated list of regex patterns to create line suppressions.

Acceptable Values

[regex]

A regex pattern.

Example Usage

The following configuration suppresses all findings detected on code lines that contain "Q_" anywhere on the line.

cpptest.result.line.suppressions.enabled=true

cpptest.result.line.suppressions.pattern= .*Q_.*


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suppression_extension
suppression_extension
suppression{n}.file.ext

This setting specifies the extension file types that should be scanned for suppression comments.

Acceptable Values

[file extension]

The extension of files that will be searched for suppressions.

Example Usage

The following configuration searches .xml and .java files for suppression comments:

suppression1.file.ext=xml
suppression2.file.ext=java


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suppression_comment
suppression_comment
suppression{n}.comment

This setting specifies the prefix for suppression comments for files specified with the suppression{n}.file.ext property.

Acceptable Values

[comment marker]

The prefix marker for suppression comments.

Example Usage

The following configuration specifies  the // and <!-- prefixes of suppression comments:

suppression1.comment=//
suppression2.comment=<!--

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suppression{n}.comment.suffix

This setting specifies the suffix for suppression comments for files specified with the suppression{n}.file.ext property. If this setting is not configured, suppression comments will not be suffixed.

Acceptable Values

[comment marker]

The suffix marker for suppression comments.

Example Usage

The following configuration specifies  the --> suffix of suppression comments:

suppression1.comment.suffix=-->

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suppression{n}.block.only

This setting enables or disables block-only comment suppressions support for files specified with the suppression.file.ext property.

Acceptable Values

trueThe block-only comment support for suppressions is enabled.
falseDefault. The block-only comment support for suppressions is disabled.


The following configuration enables the block-only comment support for suppressions.

suppression1.block.only=true

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