.settings/.jsdtscope file. Do not forget to add it to your SCM.
Here is how configuration looks with jQuery files removed from validation:
Then either restart your Eclipse or/and rename the .js to something like .js_ then back again.
I removed the tag in the .project .
It's worked very well for me.
Window -> Preferences -> Validation (disable validations and configure their settings)
I was able to exclude the jquery.mobile 1.1.1 in Juno by selecting Add Multiple next to the Exlusion Patterns, which brings up the tree, then drilling down to the jquery-mobile folder and selecting that.
This corrected all the warnings for the library!
Go to Windows->Preferences->Validation.
If you select the Suspend All Validators checkbox on the top it doesn't necessarily take affect.
(this is ofcourse only if you dont want eclipse to realise you have any JS)
In addition, if you are using Tern eclipse IDE or IBM Node.js Tools for Eclipse, you may need to disable JSHint and other libraries that you don't want.
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