September 21
Because Visual D often lags behind DMD releases, it marks syntax it doesn't yet understand with red squiggles (eg, comma-separated mixins). This can be distracting and annoying. Would it be possible to add an option to disable error squiggles? The C++ editor has this option and I find it useful.

Thanks.

(From looking at the dlangsvc.d source, it appears it might be as simple as having OnUpdateModule not run updateParseErrors.)
September 27

On 21/09/2019 10:27, John Chapman wrote:
> Because Visual D often lags behind DMD releases, it marks syntax it doesn't yet understand with red squiggles (eg, comma-separated mixins). This can be distracting and annoying. Would it be possible to add an option to disable error squiggles? The C++ editor has this option and I find it useful.
> 
> Thanks.
> 
> (From looking at the dlangsvc.d source, it appears it might be as simple as having OnUpdateModule not run updateParseErrors.)

The option to disable the parser has been removed not too long ago. Many other functions depend on it now, but reporting errors could be disabled separately as the C++ option does.

I'll put it on my todo list...