Dumb question, but I’m just moving over to VS Code from Atom. Is there a way to disable error squiggles with the
This sounds crazy, but I find it SUPER distracting for there to be an “error” before I’ve even finished a thought! I get that once you hit save, you might want this. But it seems like constant negative reinforcement, like the way a grammar checker doesn’t check a sentence until you’ve finished typing the entire sentence!
E.g. there is nothing “error” about typing
type alias Foo =, if you don’t compile the code! That is perfectly valid, and my brain is frizzing looking at the red & I’m second guessing myself.
Not a productive way to code!
I frankly can’t imagine why anyone would think this was clever. Early negative feedback is very mentally taxing–especially if it is incorrrect–and should be highly avoided!
I know this sounds minor, but if most people are now using VS Code, and this is their first experience with Elm… anyway, I guess I’m just saying that maybe this shouldn’t be the default behavior.