flycheck-elisp-checkdoc checker active and find them fairly useful.
Still, I find it irritating to be nagged about missing
(provide), section headers (
;;; Code, ...), package metadata and similar things while I am editing my
~/.emacs split into smaller pieces). Those files are short configuration snippets and adding those comments would only make them longer and less readable.
So, what is the best way to disable those warnings in this very place (but only there, the same reminders are very useful once I edit my true lisp modules...)?
I do not really mind whether it would mean disabling flycheck-elisp-checkdoc checker for flycheck in this very dir, or reconfiguring checkdoc in this ery place, or something in-between – although the latter case would also handle other ways of spawning checkdoc…