CCL Language Support for VSCode
This VSCode extension does basic syntax highlighting for VS Code. You can find it available for download at here.
This extension was designed and tested around the Monokai theme in VSCode. If words aren't being highlighted when they should be highlighted, try changing themes. Some color themes have different rules regarding which types should and should not be highlighted.
What is this?
CCL Language support is a basic syntax highlighter for the Cerner Command Language in Visual Studio Code.
Download the extension on the VS Code extension tab within VS Code. It is called CCL Language support and is published by dkjelf (that's me!)
Download the extension on this link and run it. This should open the extension in VSCode. Click install and you're ready to go.
Download the source code and be sure to
Running the Code Locally
If you are interested in running the code in debug mode. First, be sure to have Node and VSCode installed on your system. Clone the source code from this repository, then run
If this section (or any other section) could be futher enhanced, please submit suggestions as an Issue.
If you see a bug or potential feature, please feel free to submit a pull request. I would be ecstatic if anyone actually noticed this extension. Alternatively, log an issue for anything wrong with the extension and I will try and fix it as soon as possible. If you're new to VS Code Extensions, check out this link right here. I used this guide to learn how to build this and it contains a bunch of really helpful tips for writing extensions.
More Features: Snippets
This extension also has support for some autocompleting snippets for some common CCL commands. For now, it is limited to reportwriter and select statements. When using these snippets, be sure to use TAB to go to the next field.