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<title>Android App Validator preferences - General Settings tab</title>
<shortdesc>Use the General Settings tab to control those aspects of the App Validator that are independent of
any specific checker or target device.</shortdesc>
<stentry><b>Output limit</b></stentry>
<stentry>Limits the output to the specified number of entries. A value of zero indicates that there should be no
limit on the number of entries output by the App Validator.</stentry>
<stentry><uicontrol>Output type</uicontrol></stentry>
<stentry>Format the output as text (the default), as XML, or as comma-separated values suitable for importing
into a spreadsheet (CSV). When this option is specified, the verbosity level is automatically set to
<stentry><uicontrol>Warning levels</uicontrol></stentry>
<stentry>Controls the level of messages that are logged in the Problems view when the validator is run. Level 0
("No messages") results in the most concise output, with no errors, warnings, or fix suggestions being logged,
while level 4 (the default) produces a detailed log of every error, warning, and fix suggestion.</stentry>
<stentry><uicontrol>Verbosity levels</uicontrol></stentry>
<stentry>Controls the "verbosity level" - the level of detail that is logged in the Console view when the
validator is run. Level 0 ("Only validation results") results in the most concise output, while level 2
("Debug and Execution Info"--the default) is the most verbose.</stentry>
<stentry><b>Show errors as warnings in Eclipse Problems view</b></stentry>
<stentry>If selected, causes validation errors to be downgraded to warnings in the Problems view. This ensures
that validation errors don't prevent your app from building.</stentry>