Cloud Foundry Manifest YAML Editor for Atom
This extension provides basic validation, content assist and hover infos for editing Cloud Foundry Manifest Files.
It is recommended to use this extension package when
atom-ide-ui atom extension package is installed. Thus, reconciling (error/warning markers) and hover support is fully functional.
The CF manifest editor automatically activates when the name of the file you are editing is
manifest.yml or editor grammar is set to
If you find an issue please raise it here: https://github.com/spring-projects/sts4/issues
atom-ide-ui package) As you type the manifest is parsed and checked for basic syntactic and structural correctness. Hover over
an error marker to see an explanation.
Having trouble remembering all the names of the attributes, and their spelling? Content assist to the rescue:
Dynamic Cloud Foundry Content Assist
Would you like to see actual Cloud Foundry values for attributes like
stack? If you have cf CLI installed and connected to a Cloud target, the extension will automatically display values for certain manifest attributes.
For example, if you are connected to a Cloud target that has services, and you invoke content assist in an entry under
services, you will see the available service instances. In addition, service instances that do not exist in the Cloud target, like
redisserv in the example below, are highlighted with a warning.
Dynamic content assist also shows which Cloud target you are connected to.
atom-ide-ui package) Having trouble remembering exactly what the meaning of each attribute is? Hover over any attribute and
read its detailed documentation.
Released versions of this package can be installed directly from the Atom package installer.
There are also development snapshots available with the latest fixes and improvements from release git repository: https://github.com/spring-projects/atom-cf-manifest-yaml
- Clone the release repository for Atom package if not already cloned and navigate to
git clean -fxd- necessary to delete out of date LS JAR file and dependency packages
git pull- get the latest changes
npm install- Install latest dependecnies and download proper LS JAR
apm link .- Link the package to Atom
- Either start Atom or Reload Window in Atom