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Microsoft-backed Language Server Protocol strives for language, tools interoperability

Paul Krill | June 28, 2016
The new protocol integrates multiple languages consistently across different IDEs and code editors

Either a third-party registry or a bundling of the language server inside of an IDE is necessary to enable Language Server Protocol. An open governance model for the protocol still must be developed, according to Jewell.

At the Eclipse Foundation, Executive Director Mike Milinkovich called the protocol an important step forward for developer tools. "It will make it easier for tool providers such as the Eclipse IDE, Che, and Orion projects, to support multiple languages."

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