Ale and tsuquyomi both seem to be Vim Language Servers that can interface with tsserver. Because ale supports multiple languages, is there any reason to use tsuquyomi moving forward?

I'm an old time tsuquyomi user looking at all the new kids using Ale and wondering if ale isn't just a better replacement?


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