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Because of the existence of ranges, that would actually require parsing the items xml (whose xml? where is this xml? which one?) and caching that data in memory or tmp. A nuisance... but certainly is scope I suppose. I suppose we could make tooling so newer engines could generate a suitable consumable export so servers with lots of customs, and customs scaffolded through Lua, would not be left out, and provide prepackaged blobs for common legacy releases...
Ahaha, no. The concept is ok, but the execution dances like a drunk rhino. After recursively debugging issues with their build scripts to determine an ideal way to package an actual build myself (vs using their binaries) and winding up with a 900MB AppImage package (it grabbed the entire chroot), even though it had already made both a deb and an rpm, I pondered wtf I was doing, gave up, and fabricated a much simpler route myself.
Not familiar. I also searched. Citation would be lovely? As far as I know Eclipse has never had any sort of enterprise pricing scheme.
I guess that's my point here. Theia isn't an IDE. It's a toolkit to fabricate them. That makes it seem like the right tool for the job.
I guess I confused Jetbrains with Eclipse, I'm not a Java developer. Either way VSCode is my main editor and the telemetry is easy to turn off.
TypeScript is my main language and Microsoft is a good backer for both my IDE and Language, it's nice to have those coupled.
I don't know Eclipse or Theia but I wish them well, I'm glad they opted for VSCode compatibility, but I see no immediate need to use them.
Either way a VSCode extension can do everything we need for both editors, no fork is needed to required to change colors, add language features, etc.
That's a pretty good idea. I have a decently accurate items.xml to achieve this. I can make it similar to the CSS colors where it adds the item image to the left and the item name on hover if it detects an item id.
Autocompletion notepad++ for TFS 1.2. GitHub Gist: instantly share code, notes, and snippets.
I could have add some descriptions for each functions and the proper return values but i am not familiar with TFS 1.2.
Here is a video showing the autocomplete in action:
And don't mind my editing skills lol.
ps: I could have incorporated this file with the lua.xml from the notepad++ to have both auto completes, from the tfs and the lua. But this is a bit more dificulty to do. Maybe ill make a new version if i have time and you need this. Meanwhile you can switch languages, its annoying but you will have the benefit of both files.