The Postal extension is being designed to allow developers to more quickly search through and visualize their projects.
Postal creates a visualization of the users project directory in an new window that shows files and subcomponents of those files as nodes and the links between them.
Postal is currently under heavy active development.
Expect new releases often within the following months of release.
Our final goal of the project is to allow users to easily tune the visualization of their project through the use of the grammars.json file.
We also plan to add functionality to display user-defined errors within the visualization window.
Generate a visualization of the users project directory
Generate subcomponents of files based on parsing behaviors defined in the user editable file grammars.json
Current options include tagged projects (i.e. HTML) and links (hrefs within HTML)
This is our first official release of Postal!
We're just a humble group of wannabe college programmers, all feedback and critisism welcome!
Note: If installed via GitHub, Postal will only be available within the window that shows up after hitting F5.
Launch Postal by running Postal in the command pallette, this will parse the project directory you have open in VSCode. This will also open a UI.
Fixed bug causing the file map to not appear after its first run