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 # VHDL-Tool
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-[VHDL-Tool](https://www.vhdltool.com/) provides a [language server](https://github.com/Microsoft/language-server-protocol) for the VHDL hardware description language. This plugin makes VHDL-Tool's language server interface available from within Atom.
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+[VHDL-Tool](https://www.vhdltool.com/) provides a [language server](https://github.com/Microsoft/language-server-protocol) for the VHDL hardware description language. Using [atom-languageclient](https://atom.io/packages/atom-languageclient), this plugin makes VHDL-Tool's language server interface available from within Atom.
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 **This is beta quality code. Report bugs here: https://git.vhdltool.com/vhdl-tool/vhdltool-atom.**
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 2. Download the `vhdl-tool` binary from [here](https://www.vhdltool.com/download), make sure it has execute permissions, and put it somewhere in your $PATH.
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 3. Create a vhdltool-config.yaml configuration file for your project by following the instructions [here](https://www.vhdltool.com/configuration).
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 4. Install `language-vhdl`.
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-5. (Optionally) install `nuclide`. This package depends on Nuclide for a lot of its functionality and it should be installed for the best experience.
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+5. (Optionally) install `nuclide`. This package depends on [Nuclide](https://nuclide.io/) for a lot of its functionality and it should be installed for the best experience.
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 6. Launch Atom and open the folder containing the configuration file created in the previous step.
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 ## Known Limitations