Paused would be the correct. I actually have (a variant of) it enabled all the time in VS Code myself and don’t know how I would “live” without it. But it has some known bugs which I have chosen to live with, but which I wouldn’t want to push on others …
I think there is a Prettier extension that supports Go templates, but sadly it does not support the else keywords, making it less than … ideal.
Open Source lives from people having ideas and other people chiming in and creating something out of it. If that is a VSCode plugin that tries to format hugo layouts properly then we should push it forward. I am pretty sure other plugins can be used (set them to required, eg. prettier) and extended with Hugo’s special commands.
I myself am pretty ok with PhpStorm (bear with me) and a Go templates plugin. Sure special words are ignored, but the layouts are properly formatted. It’s PhpStorm for me because I worked in PHP mostly In the past years and paid for it. Webstorm or any IntelliJ-based platform should work fine too.
For the plain content work I use Sublime Text or basically any editor that has a markdown-preview plugin.
Regarding this poll:
I accidentally clicked Atom and it took my vote. I did not vote for Atom, just wanted to check if I can select multiple editors. The question of the poll is “what editorS do you use” and I would have expected that it let’s me. Meh. Usability: 0/10.
I agree with you. I understood the problem after creating the poll (The system does not allow modifications after creating it.)
Perhaps the data obtained here can be used for a later survey with questions broken down by file type.
That is something that is easily fixed in Sublime Text, creating .sublime-syntax files and the like.
It is one of the reasons for this poll. I was planning to post a package for Sublime that implements these custom settings for Hugo. But -with the figures obtained- I see that ST is not something very used by the Hugo community.