Thanks for the help Rich, I’m sorry I’m so late to respond, I got completely sidetracked elsewhere.
I do have the server running, and connected in VSCode. If I write ‘T’ then Ctlr-space, I get a list of my items starting with T and containing T. However I don’t get any compile like errors or IDE warnings.
Also I don’t seem to have that nice java-ide context sensitive completion where if I write an object (or item) such as
SqueezeLastAuto.stat and click C-space, it will help me to autocomplete to state and tell me of other methods available on the object.
Is it correct that these things don’t exists for openHab rules? I guess that would make sense, since that level of IDE typically comes late to the party, as its more important to have a stable language than a nice IDE.
I think the answer to my stack overflow is no (given what you wrote here), with the additional helpful details you gave in the answer. Because the question is about whether such an IDE with compilation exists, and here you said no. Will you update the answer, then I’ll accept it with a thank you? If not I’ll probably just wirte a not and link here, to close it.