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LSP-flow

by sublimelsp ST4

Helper package that sets up your flow LSP server automatically

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LSP-flow

This is a helper package that sets up the correct configuration for starting flow automatically. This package doesn't download any binaries. It expects one of your folders in your window to contain:

  • a .flowconfig file
  • a node_modules/.bin/flow file (or symbolic link)

If there exists a folder where both of these conditions are met, only then is your flow language server started in javascript and javascriptreact files.

To obtain a modern javascript syntax with flow types, use JSCustom.