Register commands from Monaco to Theia registry.
Monaco has different kind of commands which should be handled differently by Theia.
They should be registered with a label to be visible in the quick command palette.
Such actions should be enabled only if the current editor is available and it supports such action in the current context.
Such actions should be enabled only if the current editor is available.
editor.action.startFindReplaceAction are registered as handlers for
If handlers are not enabled then the core should prevent the default browser behavior.
Other Theia extensions can register alternative implementations using custom enablement.
These commands are not necessary dependent on the current editor and enabled always.
But they depend on services which are global in VS Code, but bound to the editor in Monaco,
IContextKeyService. We should take care of providing Theia implementations for such services.
editor.action.selectAll. They depend on
They will try to delegate to the current editor and if it is not available delegate to the browser.
They are registered as handlers for corresponding core commands always.
Other Theia extensions can provide alternative implementations by introducing a dependency to
_executeCodeActionProvider, they depend on
setContext. It depends on
openReference, they depend on
We treat all commands which don't match any other category of global commands as global editor commands
and execute them using the instantiation service of the current editor.