> Is Visual Studio Code a .Net app that takes up lots of memory and CPU?

Worse, it's an Electron app :)
I don't personally use VSC, so I can't speak to its performance or
efficiency. However, LSP is currently supported at some level in Neovim
using a plugin, and first-class support is planned. It's possible that
there's a project to implement LSP in your editor of choice already.

On Mon, Aug 7, 2017 at 7:33 PM me <fo...@z505.com> wrote:

> On Monday, July 24, 2017 at 2:52:48 PM UTC-6, Rob 'Commander' Pike wrote:
>> The "go doc" (distinct from "godoc") command works fine offline. It fact
>> it never goes on line.
>> -rob
> That's a good tip, I might be even able to use that and pipe it into an
> editor Memo/Edit widget for instant help with an F1 shortcut. Some editors
> have "tools" that you can pipe the output of a process into a status memo
> based on the context (current selected item in editor or cursor). Just
> running it at a command line and reading it like a man page is an option,
> but, I'll likely want something a bit more than that, such as a pop up
> window when I hit F1 or a shortcut.

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