Good points, but I recently spent a day or 2 to switch from Netbeans and Webstorm to VSCode and setting it all up to my liking, so I'm sticking with it now for the foreseeable future ... switching to a new editor/IDE with its associated 'ecosystem' does cost time and effort. Also tried Atom but didn't fall in love with it ... didn't try Sublime ... life is short and there are only 24 hours in a day :-) ... I do agree that search/symbol analysis is a bit of a weak spot in VSCode but maybe I should spend a bit more time in configuring it.
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