vscode-stylelint - A Visual Studio Code extension to lint CSS/SCSS/Less with stylelint

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Read the extension installation guide for more details. Though it's highly recommended to add a stylelint configuration file to the current workspace folder instead, the following extension settings are also available.

https://github.com/shinnn/vscode-stylelint#readme
https://github.com/shinnn/vscode-stylelint

Dependencies:

find-pkg-dir : ^1.0.1
path-is-inside : ^1.0.2
stylelint-vscode : ^7.0.0-17
vscode-languageclient : ^5.0.1
vscode-languageserver : ^5.0.3

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