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Create a .vsix extension package for VSCode or VSCodium
Not withstanding these above limitations, it works well for editing the ConTeXt markup.
 
== Building and installing a .vsix package ==
 
You can build a .vsix extension package.
 
First you need node.js installed.
 
Open a terminal and cd to `tex/texmf-context/context/data/vscode/extensions/context` of your ConTeXt installation;
then run (change slashes into backslashes on Windows, this is tested on Linux)
 
```
npm install vsce --save-dev
./node_modules/.bin/vsce package
```
 
`vsce` will ask you some questions about the absence of a repository and a license file.
Just answer "yes" to continue.
 
A file with `.vsix` extension will be created in that directory.
 
To install it, go to the extensions tab in VSCode or VSCodium and click on the `...` icon on top of the extension list
and choose "install from VSIX...". Choose the package you created and you're done.
 
As stated above, you have "to enable the Color Theme of this ConTeXt extension (it does not work with one's existing color themes)". It's the "ConTeXt" theme in the themes' list you usually access with CTRL-K CTRL-T.
== To Do ==
Use this and polish it to a proper VSCode Extension, and publish to the Marketplace
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