I’m migrating all of my Java projects from Eclipse to IntelliJ IDEA, one of which is the Wicket-Bootstrap project that powers NixMashupLinks.com. I thought it was interesting that IntelliJ was warning me my Wicket Pages classes were never used while Eclipse didn’t have a problem with them.
I wanted to disable those Wicket Page class warnings, so I went to my trusty CTRL-SHIFT-A to see what Suppress options were available. “Suppress for MountPath annotation.” Excellent!
That takes care of that!
Bonus Tip: If you change your mind and want to see those Wicket Page Class Warnings again, IntelliJ lets you do that in the Editor Inspection Settings as shown below.