(Optional) Load the file vscode_dev.magik at the Magik prompt (Alt+M).
This will load a set of utility procs to support navigating and compiling Magik in VS Code.
(vscode_dev.magik is supplied in this extension - I would recommend copying this to a convenient location to load after a session starts or load in .magik)
The dev procs mfind() (aka mf()) and open_class() (aka oc()) will then be available at the Magik prompt.
Execute the code.
Adds the following features to VS Code:
Compile Code Commands:
Magik Open Session (F7)
Magik Compile Method (F7)
Magik Compile File (Ctrl+F7)
Magik Compile Selection (F8)
Code Navigation Commands:
Magik Goto (F3) to jump to source. Click on a method name and invoke the command to jump to source or display method candidates at the Magik prompt.
Go to Definition (F12) and Peek Definition (Alt+F12) in Magik.
Find All References (Shift+F12) and List All References (Shift+Alt+F12) in Magik. (Only searches in the current file - use Find in Folder to expand a search)
Magik Syntax highlighting
Auto indenting of Magik code
Auto completion for Magik keywords, classes, globals and methods.
Adds _ before Magik keywords
Snippets for common Magik definitions
Command Magik Indent Region (Ctrl+I)
Command Magik Indent File (Ctrl+Shift+I)
Command Magik Format Region (Alt+F)
Command Magik Format File (Shift+Alt+F)
Command Magik Check File (Ctrl+Shift+F7)
The following errors/warnings are highlighted in the code:
Undefined method usage
Use of a class name as a local variable
Private methods that are classified as Basic
Missing comment from a Basic method
(Hint) Complex methods with a cyclomatic complexity over 10
(Hint) Long methods with more than 40 lines of code
Search Magik methods in the current session (Ctrl+T)
Magik definitions in the current file to support Outline view
Command Magik Run Test to run the current test method (Alt+F7)
Displays method help for indentified method calls.
Command Magik New Buffer to create a new Magik file in the temp directory (Alt+N)
(Use Ctrl+Shift+P to list available commands and type Magik)
You can search for Magik methods using Ctrl+T and typing <method name> or <class name>.<method name>.
Use Alt+T to refresh symbols.
Magik files are scanned when they are opened and saved or by using the command Magik Check File.
Warning: This does not confirm the code is without issues!
The linting can be enable/diabled using the setting magik-vscode.enableLinting.
Enable auto indentation of Magik code (true by default)
Enable linting of Magik code (true by default)
Smallworld version (5 by default)
The Core instalation directory (C:/GE_Smallworld/Core520/core by default)