vscode/codium extension for Ansible users

Sorin Sbarnea ssbarnea at redhat.com
Thu Feb 25 19:26:39 UTC 2021

 If you happen to use vscode or codium and you end-up having to deal with a
lot of Ansible content to edit, you may want to try the newer Ansible

For the moment it has two major features:

   - Display violations identified by ansible-lint, ansible own syntax
   check and yamllint inside problems tab.
   - Validate Ansible YAML files and provide auto-complete by using Ansible

I am also working on adding schema validation for Zuul config files in the
next version, it is bit outside "ansible" realm, but would likely prove
useful too.

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