Deno for Visual Studio Code
This extension adds support for using Deno with Visual
Studio Code, powered by
⚠️ Important: You need to have a version of Deno CLI installed (v1.6 or
later) and available in your path before attempting to use this extension.
Check here for instructions on how to
install the Deno CLI.
cards, intellisense, and more.
- Integrates with the version of the Deno CLI you have installed, ensuring there
is alignment between your editor and the Deno CLI.
- Resolution of modules in line with Deno CLI's module resolution strategy
allows caching of remote modules in Deno CLI's cache.
- Integration to Deno CLI's linting functionality, including inline diagnostics
and hover cards.
- Integration to Deno CLI's formatting functionality.
- Allow specifying of import maps and TypeScript configuration files that are
used with the Deno CLI.
- Install the Deno CLI, available in your path.
- Install this extension.
- Open the VS Code command palette with
Ctrl+Shift+P, and run the
Deno Language Server: Initialize Workspace Configuration command.
You can control the settings for this extension through your VS Code settings
page. You can open the settings page using the
Ctrl+, keyboard shortcut. The
extension has the following configuration options:
deno.enable: Controls if the Deno Language Server is enabled. When enabled,
language services, and will use the Deno Language Server (
deno lsp) instead.
deno.codeLens.references: Enables or disables the display of code lens
information for references of items in the code. boolean, default
deno.codeLens.referencesAllFunctions: Enables or disables the display of
code lens information for all functions in the code. Requires
deno.codeLens.references to be enabled as well. boolean, default
deno.config: The file path to a
tsconfig.json file. This is the equivalent
--config on the command line. The path can be either be relative to
the workspace, or an absolute path. string, default
deno.importMap: The file path to an import map. This is the equivalent to
--import-map on the command line.
provide a way to "relocate" modules based on their specifiers. The path can
either be relative to the workspace, or an absolute path. string, default
deno.lint: Controls if linting information will be provided by the Deno
Language Server. boolean, default
deno.unstable: Controls if code will be type checked with Deno's unstable
APIs. This is the equivalent to using
--unstable on the command line.
We appreciate your help!
To build the extension locally, clone this repository and run the following
- Open this folder in VS Code.
npm run compile.
- Run the
Launch Client launch task from the VSCode debug menu.
Most changes and feature enhancements do not require changes to the extension
though, as most information comes from the Deno Language Server itself, which is
integrated into the Deno CLI. Please check out the
for the Deno CLI.
This project was inspired by
axetroy/vscode-deno. Thanks for their
The MIT License