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VS code intelephense add-in

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I am new to using VS Code as an editor.  I installed the plug-in intelephense.  How does one define Codeigniter functions like`redirect()` `validation_errors()`, etc. so they don't come up as an error of an undefined functions?
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#2
@dwlamb,

Have you read the complete instructions? Have you tried finding video's about it? Have you contacted the author/creator?
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(01-09-2020, 07:14 AM)php_rocs Wrote: @dwlamb,

Have you read the complete instructions?  Have you tried finding video's about it?  Have you contacted the author/creator?

Yes. Yes. I thought I would try here first in case someone using Codeigniter had sought out an answer.
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#4
I don't know if you tried this one yet?

https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/ite...all.php-ci
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#5
The add-on I am looking for help with is intelephense not intellisense.

I am looking define exceptions for intelephense.  Terms like CI_Controller, redirect, show_error, etc., show with red error lines.

From looking at settings and web support pages I thought they could be modified by 'Intelephense : stubs' in VS Code's settings, but any additions to that list still show as errors in VS Code.
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