This is an extension for the code editor VS Code that adds language support for the programming language Floyd. Floyd is used to write classical Text Adventures (in German).
You can find out more about the current development of the project by visiting the extension repository on GitHub.
The Floyd language extension currently adds the following features:
- basic syntax highlighting
For the future many more features are planned, like more complex syntax highlighting, code intellisense, code completion, signature help for built-in functions using a language server etc.
Please note that development goes slowly since this is a free-time project only.
Basic syntax highlighting is applied to
.floyd Floyd source code files. It introduces colors for comments, literals, all available keywords, class and function declarations etc.
The following is an example taken from the game Nebelmond (Oliver Berse, 2002-2003) using the Dark+ color theme:
Currently there are three available snippets to enhance the coding experience to provide predefined sections of code for common used operations.
No known issues.
If you find a bug, have a question or have a feature request, please feel free to create an issue or reach out to me on Twitter. I try to answer your issue as fast as possible. Please note, however, that my support for this extension is limited, because I build it in my free time and therefore development goes slowly.
For further details please refer to the CHANGELOG.
MIT. See the license document for the full text.