typescript-language-server - Language Server Protocol implementation for Typescript via tsserver

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Note: typescript-language-server requires tsserver to be in path. You can install using npm install -g typescript. If you would like to use a different tsserver specify the absolute path using --tserver-path. Make sure to append .cmd if windows.

https://github.com/prabirshrestha/typescript-language-server

Dependencies:

commander : ^2.11.0
pino : ^4.7.1
tempy : ^0.1.0
typescript : ^2.5.2
vscode-languageserver : ^3.3.0

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