I'm sure you have %OnOpen method in your class which not working properly. At least it should return status, but return nothing by now.

Sure, we can discuss here, or in github

Yes, some IntelliSense options need connection to the server, yet for now. Like, it's easier yet to get a list of methods directly from server, instead of parsing all files locally. But some things, such as commands and system functions should work without a connection. As well as go to definition if file exists locally. It is possible to add loading METADATA info prepared for Atelier, to use it as a cache for system classes, but it anyway will need a connection to a server at least once.

Rubens, thanks for the donation. 

You can just disable a connection with "objectscript.conn.action": false, and activity with a server will be disabled,  autosave as well.

Actually I had this option previously but removed it recently. If you would like to have this option, just fill the issue, I will add it.

It's cool, that more and more extensions will appear, to add more features. 

btw, are you going to GlobalSummit, so we would have some discuss there?

It is not actually a bug, it mostly expected behavior. I'm not sure about Windows (just, too lazy to check it there), but in *nix systems, folders and files just act almost exactly the same way, there only one difference in one flag, D for directories. And if you would like to check the difference just look at the method DirectoryExists also in the %Library.File class

Interesting, why you duplicated lower and uppercase, and not sure if it's good to uppercase all letters in transliterated variant, even when only this letter was in uppercase. I mean like, Юла -> YUla, looks weird. I think it should check the case of the original word, if it completely uppercase, it should uppercase resulting word, but if only first letter in upper, so, resulting string should use $zconvert(word, "W")

In our case, it should actually fail the installation, as we don't have any way to install two versions at the same time.

But, not sure, if we already have such check.

NPM does have the command npm init which asks you the basic information about your package and generates a package.json.

Yes, kind of init command sounds useful. You know, we anyway have many differences with npm, for instance. Like, zpm works inside the database with nothing on disk, while npm in OS close to source files, but I think we can find the way how to achieve the best way.

It is already there, should work the same as semver in npm
Nice! Does it follow the same format as the one from NPM?

Yes, the same way

1 - Is there any plans to automatize the module.xml generation by using something like a Wizard?

Any reasons for it? Are you so lazy, that you can't write this simple XML by hand? Just kidding, not yet, I think best and fastest what I can do it, add Intellisense in vscode for such files, so you can help to do it easier. Any UI, at the moment, is just a waste of time, it is not so important. And anyway, is there any wizard from NPM?

2 - Is there any plans to support non-specific dependency versions like NPM does?

It is already there, should work the same as semver in npm

3 - Is it possible to run pre/post-install scripts as well? Kind of what installer classes do.

There is already something like this, but I would like to change this way.

4 - Is also possible to use the module.xmlto provide a contextual root? 

Not sure about contextual root. But if saying about UnitTests, yes actually there are many things which should be changed in the original %UnitTests engine. But in this case, it has some way to run tests without care about UnitTestRoot global.  ZPM itself has own module.xml, and look there. You will find lines about UnitTests. with this definition, you run these commands, and it will run tests in different phases

zpm: USER>packagename test

zpm: USER>packagename verify

Yes, debugging finally here. Extended release notes with details how use all new features will be published here this week. Stay tuned.