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LSP-Deno

by sublimelsp ST4

Convenience package for starting the deno lsp server

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LSP-Deno

A convenience package to take advantage of the bundled language server present in the Deno runtime.

To use this package, you must have:

Applicable Selectors

The Deno language server operates on the following base scopes:

  • source.ts.react
  • source.tsx
  • source.ts
  • source.js.react
  • source.jsx
  • source.js

Configuration

The server does not automatically start for the scopes listed above - it's expected that you enable it for a given project by running LSP: Enable Language Server in Project from the Command Palette.

It is recommended to disable LSP-typescript when working with LSP-deno. Run LSP: Disable Language Server in Project from the Command Palette, then select LSP-typescript.

You may edit the default settings by running Preferences: LSP-Deno Settings from the Command Palette.