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Go to Definition and Peek Definition not working on Windows 10 when using WSL #132
I'm on Windows 10, and I have VSCode configured to use WSL instead of CMD, and so my nrepl gets started with WSL.
However it seems like this breaks
For example, when I press F12 on a locally defined function in
Please could this be made to work for WSL? Recent Windows 10 builds have a
I do have an idea on how to fix this. In the definition.ts file, the
Since the repl is running within WSL, that's why the paths are being returned that way.
I may have a fix for this some time next week.
I went to start testing, and I noticed that 1.3.64 must have already been "published" since I see that version number in my VSCode installation.
So I tried again, and
Thanks for fixing this!
Thanks for your feedback @alzadude, I will reply to each of your points.
Thank you for all of your feedback!