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add .vscodeignore syntax highlighting #64960

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donaldpipowitch commented Dec 13, 2018

I have no idea, if this is the correct way to do it 馃槃 I created a new extension called just vscode to handle VS Code specific features. I could imagine to have more VS Code specific functionality in the form of a built-in extension (e.g. also for things like .vscode/* files).

I guess current VS Code specific features are currently included somewhere in the src/? But I'm not sure if you want to maintain language-to-file-mappings there as well. I'm happy to move this change to a different place and to hear feedback! 馃槃


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aeschli commented Jan 4, 2019

The correct place for this is extensions/extension-editing.

I made the change. Still, thanks for the PR @donaldpipowitch !

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donaldpipowitch commented Jan 4, 2019

Thank you!

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