A language status item is the preferred way to present language status reports for the active text editors, such as selected linter or notifying about a configuration problem.
Accessibility information used when a screen reader interacts with this item
Controls whether the item is shown as "busy". Defaults to
command for this item.
Optional, human-readable details for this item.
The identifier of this item.
The short name of this item, like 'Java Language Status', etc.
A selector that defines for what editors this item shows.
The severity of this item.
Defaults to information. You can use this property to signal to users that there is a problem that needs attention, like a missing executable or an invalid configuration.
The text to show for the entry. You can embed icons in the text by leveraging the syntax:
My text $(icon-name) contains icons like $(icon-name) this one.
Where the icon-name is taken from the ThemeIcon icon set, e.g.
Dispose and free associated resources.