Escape Clause README
Welcome to Escape Clause!
The programming language LISP was designed to help programmers remove the worry of squinting and closing all their brackets in a line manually by simply putting a ']' at the end of their line. Today, those of us not writing LISP don't really have that luxury. Until now - with Escape Clause simply press 'ctrl + ]' (or 'cmd + ]' on a mac) and all your open brackets will automatically be closed. You can also trigger the command "Escape Clause" from the command palette.
Trigger Escape Clause by:
Ignores already closed brackets (partially closed lines) Checks for extra incorrect brackets and warns users
None found yet. If you do, please create a new issue on github (https://github.com/ShivanshVij/Escape-Clause/)
Initial release of Escape Clause (See changelog)