How to Disable Warnings in Generated C# Files of UWP Apps

Posted by: Roland Weigelt, on 25 Sep 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

The first time I moved my UWP development beyond writing “throwaway code for learning purposes”, I did what I always do when starting a new “real” project: On the “Build” tab of the project properties, I switched the setting “Treat warnings as errors” to “All” and set the checkmark at “XML documentation file”. Nasty surprise: When compiling the UWP app, the compiler stumbled over missing XML doc comments in code that was generated...

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