Wurst extension for Visual Studio Code
This is a plugin for the Wurst programming language, a language for maps and mods for the game Warcraft III.
If you run into problems related directly to the plugin, please create a ticket on GitHub.
Context-aware auto completions (default shortcut:
Ctrl+space) help you to find relevant functions quickly.
You can also see the documentation of the function and the required arguments.
You can always find the definition of a function (
Ctrl+leftclick, or just peek at the definition with
It is even possible to navigate into the other direction and find all the references of a given definition (
When navigating via links, remember that vscode provides shortcuts to get to your old position (
When you are looking for references inside a file you don't even need to use the features above. Vscode will automatically highlight all other references and definitions related to the element currently under the cursor:
- Syntax highlighting
- Shows errors and warnings while you type (press
Ctrl+Shift+Mfor an overview over all errors and warnings,
Shift+F8to loop through the errors in the current file)
- Autocomplete after typing a dot or pressing
- Parameter-info (press
- Goto declaration (
- Find references (
- Mouse hover info (hover the mouse over a function or variable to see types and documentation)
- Some commands are available via the command palette (press
F1and type "Wurst")
- Running units tests
- Building maps independently from warcraft3
- Running a map
You should also be aware of the following vscode features, which are independent from this Wurst plugin:
- Folding based on indentation
- Quick Open: Open any file by its name via
- Search across files (
- Multiple selections
- Integrated Git support
Setup and Configuration
Follow the Wurst Setup Guide to install Wurst, the plugin and create your wurst project.
Getting Started: Your first Wurst project
Follow the Wurst Beginner Guide.
If you want to build the extension yourself:
- First install
- Node.js (newer than 4.3.1)
- Npm (newer 2.14.12)
- clone the project from GitHub.
- Change to the project directory (e.g.
- Open the project in Visual Studio Code (
F5to debug (it should start a new vscode window with Wurst enabled)
- Make a pull request with your changes
Contributors can publish the extension to the Extension Marketplace using
vsce publish as described in the vsce - Publishing Tool Reference.
To update the version use
npm version patch.