I have a simple program to load a bitmap using import openfl. … statements and that workspace loads fine in Visual Studio Code. It also runs when I use the Terminal and “lime test neko”. I have another program that is supposed to use haxeui-openfl to show a form element and when it loads then Studio says “Lime completion setup failed”, etc. If I command in the Terminal “lime test neko” I get the error, “Error: Could not find haxelib “haxeui”, does it need to be installed?”.
So I go back to the first program, the one that works, and type “import haxe.” but there is no “ui” completion suggested for it. So, I complete the line as “import haxe.ui.toolkit.core.Macros;” and save the file and close the workspace and then open the workspace again and now Studio reports an error, “Unable to build cache - completion features may be slower than expected. Try fixing the error(s) and restarting the language server.”
I think my software is up-to-date. Studio says there is no update for Studio. I have the extensions update turned off. In the Terminal I type “haxelib list” and get…
And Haxe is…
Haxe Compiler 4.1.3 - ©2005-2020 Haxe Foundation
Computer is a 64 Bit Microsoft Windows 8.1 running Visual Studio Code 1.48.2.
I just now installed haxeui-core from git but that is also [1.1.2].
I am a Haxe newbie, so I apologize if the answer should be obvious.