Language Support for Apache Camel
LSP Client for Visual Studio Code.
This is the Visual Studio Code extension that adds language support for Apache Camel for XML, Java and Yaml DSL code.
- Language service support for Apache Camel URIs.
- Quick reference documentation when you hover the cursor over a Camel component.
- Diagnostics for Camel URIs.
- Navigation for Java and XML.
- Camel K modelines support.
- Use a specific Camel Catalog version.
- Use a specific Runtime provider for the Camel catalog.
- Additional Camel components can be provided.
- Use dashed notation in properties file and Camel K modelines.
- Create a Camel Route using Camel JBang.
- YAML DSL
- Java DSL
- XML DSL
- from an OpenAPI file using YAML DSL
- Kamelet with YAML DSL
- Custom Resource Pipe with YAML DSL
- Create a Camel Quarkus project
- Create a Camel on SpringBoot project
- XML DSL Only:
- Find references for
direct VM components in all open Camel files.
- Navigation to Camel contexts and routes in the VS Code outline panel and in the Go > Go to Symbol in Editor... navigation panel.
- Auto-completion for referenced IDs of
For detailed information about Apache Camel supported features, see the Apache Camel Language Server.
Java 17+ is currently required to launch the Apache Camel Language Server. The
camel.ls.java.home VS Code preferences can be used to use a different version of JDK than the default one installed on the machine.
⚠️ For some features, JBang must be available on a system command-line.
For an XML DSL files:
- Use an
.xml file extension.
- Specify the Camel namespace
For a Java DSL files:
- Use a
.java file extension.
- Specify Camel (usually from an imported package).
- To reference the Camel component, use
to and a string without a space. The string cannot be a variable. For example,
from("timer:timerName") works, but
from( "timer:timerName") and
from(aVariable) do not work.
Our full documentation is located in GitHub pages. Included are details about all of LSP Client for Visual Studio Code capabilities with examples and detailed information.
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