This is an extension for Visual Studio Code (VS Code) which enables the interactive debugging of DFDL schema parsing using Apache Daffodil.
The easiest way to install the extension is through the VS Code Extension Marketplace. The steps are as follow:
ext install ASF.apache-daffodil-vscode, then hit
Enter. This will begin installing the extension.
If you wish to download the VSIX file instead, perhaps to install a previous version of the extension. The prebuilt VSIX files used to released the extension are available at Apache Daffodil VS Code Release Page. The steps are as follow:
Binariesclick on the file listed to begin the download.
Installation From Filesection for installing the prebuilt file.
:exclamation:NOT necessary if using prebuilt VSIX:exclamation:
:exclamation:NOT necessary if running extension via VS Code without VSIX but a
yarn install will be required:exclamation:
Run full package
The debug server will automatically be run by the extension unless
useExistingServer is to set to
true inside of
If you wish to run the debug server manually the scripts to do so are at the following locations:
Once you have either downloaded the VSIX file or created it, you can now install it. There are two options to do this:
Via “Extensions: Install from VSIX” command from within VS Code.
vsixto bring up the command and pointing it at the
Via command line
code --install-extension apache-daffodil-vscode-*.vsix
Please refer to the Wiki page at https://github.com/apache/daffodil-vscode/wiki
You can ask questions on the firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com mailing lists. You can report bugs via GitHub Issues.
Apache Daffodil™ Extension for Visual Studio Code is licensed under the Apache License, v2.0.
This product includes the logback library, which is available under the Eclipse Public License v1.0.
This product includes the Java Debug Server for Visual Studio Code library, which is available under the Eclipse Public License v1.0.
This product includes the Xml Schema Object Model library, which is licensed under the Common Development and Distribution License Version 1.1.