lime-vscode-extension - Visual Studio Code extension for Lime support

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The Lime extension for Visual Studio Code adds code completion, inline documentation, populates the Haxe dependency tree and provides build, clean, test and (other) tasks automatically. This depends on the Haxe extension, and requires Haxe 3.4.2 or greater. You should also have Lime installed and properly set up.



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