A new release of VS Code Language Support for Apache Camel 0.0.35 is available. It includes upgrade of default Camel catalog, deprecation of Java 8 as runtime for embedded Language Server, folding of Camel routes in Java editor, status bar improvement.
Camel version upgrade
The default Camel catalog has been upgraded from 3.11.0 to 3.11.1.
Deprecation of Java 8 as runtime for embedded Language Server
The deprecation of Java 8 as runtime for embedded Language Server will allow to upgrade Camel Quarkus Catalog in upcoming release.
Java 8 will still be usable for the Camel projects themselves that support it. It will impact only the tooling provided through the Camel Language Server. The VS Code preferences
java.home can be used to configure the java instance to use to launch the Camel Language Server. It allows keeping your system with Java 8.
Folding of Camel routes in Java editor
It is now possible to fold each Camel routes in the java editor.
Status bar improvement
Previously, a single message stating that the
Apache Camel Language server is started was displayed in bottom status bar.
It was taking a lot of place and wasn’t always correctly updated. it is now replaced with a smaller message and little animated icons.
Provide your feedback and ideas! You can start discussions on Zulip camel-tooling channel. You can create and vote for issues on github Camel Language Server, VS Code Language support for Apache Camel. You can create and vote for issues on the jira used by the Red Hat Integration tooling team.