This extension adds language support for the V8 project internal language
This is not an officially supported Google product.
The language server is not built by default. To build the language server manually:
cd <v8 checkout>
autoninja -C <output dir> torque-language-server
The default directory where the extension looks for the executable is out/x64.release,
but the absolute path to the executable can be configured with the torque.ls.executable
Open Visual Studio Code. Press Ctrl+Shift+X or Cmd+Shift+X to open the Extensions pane. Find and install the “V8 Torque Language Support” extension. Alternatively, install the extension from the Marketplace. Open any .tq file in VS Code. The extension is now activated!