How to use the monaco-editor-core.KeyMod function in monaco-editor-core

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github microsoft / BotFramework-Composer / Composer / packages / tools / language-servers / language-understanding / demo / src / client.ts View on Github external
const webSocket = createWebSocket(url);
// listen when the web socket is opened
listen({
  webSocket,
  onConnection: connection => {
    // create and start the language client
    const languageClient = createLanguageClient(connection);
    const disposable: Disposable = languageClient.start();
    connection.onClose(() => disposable.dispose());
    // editor.addCommand(monaco.KeyMod.Alt | monaco.KeyCode.F9, function () {
    //   connection.sendRequest(DocumentOnTypeFormattingRequest.type );
    // });
  },
});

const keybinding = editor.addCommand(monaco.KeyMod.Alt | monaco.KeyCode.F9, function() {
  if (webSocket.OPEN) {
  }
});

function createLanguageClient(connection: MessageConnection): MonacoLanguageClient {
  return new MonacoLanguageClient({
    name: 'LU Language Client',
    clientOptions: {
      // use a language id as a document selector
      documentSelector: ['bflu'],
      // disable the default error handler
      errorHandler: {
        error: () => ErrorAction.Continue,
        closed: () => CloseAction.DoNotRestart,
      },
      //middleware

monaco-editor-core

A browser based code editor

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