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This extension is allowed to:
- Read & Write Files
- Launch Subprocesses
Right click source code and choose the following from the TypeScript menu.
- Go to Definition
- Find References
- Rename Symbol
- Code Actions
- Offer Suggestions (experimental)
From the menu, select Extensions > TypeScript.
- Find Symbol
Main functionality is found inline in the editor.
Inline errors can also be found in the Issues sidebar (View > Sidebars > Show Issues Sidebar).
Type info on hover
The TS/JS sidebar shows status information about the extension including the version of typescript it's using and if it's started successfully. To access the sidebar, click the “All Sidebars” button or View > Sidebars > Show All Sidebars, then the TS/JS item. It can be dragged into the sidebar header for quick access.
Find Symbol performs a project search for a symbol. Results are shown in the TS/JS sidebar.
Find References shows all usages of a given variable, function, or other symbol. Results are shown in the TS/JS sidebar.
Using the workspace version of TypeScript
This extension will automatically find the workspace version of TypeScript installed under
node_modules in your workspace root. If one isn't installed it will use a recent, bundled version of typescript.
To customize this you can specify the TypeScript library location in workspace preferences (Extensions > TypeScript > Preferences > TypeScript Library) as an absolute or workspace-relative path. This should point to a directory containing the TypeScript
tsserver.js file, generally ending with
node_modules/typescript/lib. If installed globally, you can find the installation location using
npm list -g typescript (e.g. "/usr/local/lib/node_modules/typescript/lib"). (You should only need this if your workspace doesn't install typescript under the workspace's root
node_modules directory or you use a global installation of TypeScript)
Many issues are caused by a missing or improperly configured local node/npm installation.
Check the Extension Console by turning on extension development in Nova in Preferences > General > Extension Development, then Extensions > Show Extension Console, then filter by Source.
- Check for any warnings or errors. They might indicate a problem with your local environment or a bug with the extension.
- If you see
activating... Already lockedand do not see
activatedsomething may have gone wrong. Try running the "Force Unlock Dependency Installation" command for this extension.
- Fix bad bundled dependency location
- Fix issue with dependency installation locking during failures
- Major behind the scene changes to dependency management
- Performance improvements
- More reliability with multiple open workspaces
- Use full completion result in manual auto-suggest command
- Display global tsserver path configuration in UI
- Display error message with more details when activation fails
- Documentation updates
- Removed stub language syntax
- When using bundled TypeScript, don't emit npm update checks
- Remove confirmation/documentation message from "Offer Suggestions"
- Add "Find References" command
- Add experimental "Offer Suggestions" command
- Search results now opened by double clicking instead of selecting
- Find Symbol now uses builtin nova images for types of symbols
- Search results UI cleanup
- Properly dispose of more resources when extension reloads
- Add extension to "Completions" category
- Fix error message when symbol can't be found
- Fix async startup failures not being logged
Mistakenly released from dev branch.
- Emit install errors in dev console
- Upgrade bundled typescript
- Add mock typescript syntax (https://dev.panic.com/panic/nova-issues/-/issues/1454)
- Improve documentation in readme and throughout extension
- Sidebar "refresh" button now restarts language server
- Custom TypeScript library location support (now actually works!)
- Preference type changed to string
- Relative path support
- Auto-restart on preference change
- Upgrade bundled version of TypeScript to 3.9
- New sidebar icons from Sam Gwilym
- Add images to sidebar
- Dev functionality and error handling
- Show "Go to Definition" results in sidebar for multiple results
- Allow "Code Actions" and "Go to Definition" when editor doesn't have focus.
- Fix tsx/jsx language support
- Display active TypeScript version to sidebar
- Improved "Find Symbol" sidebar UI
- Extension falls back to it's own installation of TypeScript
- Fewer warnings about misconfigured TypeScript
- Configuration for custom TypeScript installation has changed
- Language server isn't bundled with published extension
- "Find Symbol" command and sidebar
- "Code Actions" editor command
- Support for language server driven edits
- Cleaner deactivation logic
- Fix issue preventing language server startup when installed from extension library
- Language Server support
- Custom TypeScript installation support
- "Go to Definition" editor command
- "Rename" editor command