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- which versions are you using (SonarQube, Scanner, Plugin, and any relevant extension)
- what are you trying to achieve
- what have you tried so far to achieve this
I am using SonarQube 6.7.
IDE: Visual Studio 2017.
I am working on a .Net Core solution.
I have a class named ABCDContext. This is highlighted by SonarQube as a code smell. The suggested name is AbcdContext. I dont want sonarqube to highlight this code smell for this particular class ‘ABCDContext’. However, I do want this rule to highlight any other class names which violate the rule eg if I have another class EFGHContext, I want that to be highlighted by sonarqube as a code smell.
I tried looking online for a fix where I came across custom dictionaries.
It seems they only work for .Net Framework projects. So, i created a .Net framework project and added the word in the custom dictionary and pushed the code to sonarqube. However, it still highlights the rule. Does SonarQube support Custom Dictionaries?
Is there a way to ignore this rule S100 in a .Net Core project?
I found 1 post on GitHub for this:
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