IntelliJ understands the `composes` syntax:
composes: flex-centered from "../../../../../styles/layout.css";
In the above snippet IntelliJ does a good job understanding the syntax, both the `flex-centered` and the file path can be cmd-clicked to go to source. Additionally, once the full `from` path is there, the `flex-centered` can be suggested and auto-completed.
However when writing this line there are no suggested auto-completions (until the full path is manually typed in), which as in the example above it's quite cumbersome to write out the entire file path by hand. It would be great if one or both of these could work:
1. Type `composes: fle`... and get a suggestion of all composable classes name in scope ("fle" matches "flex-centered" from layout.css), and the entire rest of the line including the "from" path can be auto-completed.
2. Type `composes: x from "layou"`... and get a suggestion to all CSS files in scope ("layou" matches "layout.css") and auto-complete the entire path when selected.
Are either of these things possible?