I want to create my own JS framework. However, I still can't figure out how to teach VS Code to understand my freework. Can you explain? Thank you in advance
2. Write the language server: The second step is to write the language server that will power your extension. The language server is a program that can parse your source code, give you information about the code's structure, and provide support for language features. You can write the language server in any language, but Microsoft recommends using Node.js. 3. Create the VS Code extension: The third step is to create the VS Code extension that will house your language server and grammar file. You can use the Yeoman generator for VS Code extensions to scaffold your extension. 4. Test and publish your extension: Finally, test your extension by opening a test file in VS Code that uses your framework's syntax. If everything works as expected, you can publish your extension to the VS Code marketplace. I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.
You should have just ask from chatgpt... I can see an example from an answer given here
Mirielle I asked but I didn't understand enough
You can follow these steps: Language Support: You need to provide language support for your framework in VS Code. This includes syntax highlighting, autocompletion, and code formatting. To do this, you can create a language extension for VS Code. Start by defining a language grammar that describes the syntax of your framework. The grammar should specify how different elements of your framework's code are structured, such as keywords, variables, functions, etc. Use the TextMate grammar format or another supported format to define the language grammar. You can find resources and examples for creating language grammars in the VS Code documentation. Once you have defined the language grammar, package it as a language extension (VSIX file) and install it in VS Code. IntelliSense and Autocompletion: To enable IntelliSense and autocompletion for your framework in VS Code, you can provide a JSON-based language service. This service provides information about the structure and types of objects in your framework, allowing VS Code to provide suggestions and completions as developers write code. Define a JSON-based language service that describes the APIs, objects, and methods available in your framework. This service should include information about parameter types, return types, and any additional metadata that can assist with autocompletion. Implement the language service as part of your language extension. You can use the VS Code Language Server Protocol to communicate between your language extension and VS Code. Package and install the updated language extension in VS Code to enable IntelliSense and autocompletion for your framework. Debugger Support: If you want to provide debugging capabilities for your framework in VS Code, you need to implement a debugger extension. Create a debugger extension that can interact with the debugging capabilities of your framework.