ruby-lsp VS lib-ruby-parser

Compare ruby-lsp vs lib-ruby-parser and see what are their differences.

ruby-lsp

An opinionated language server for Ruby (by Shopify)

lib-ruby-parser

Ruby parser written in Rust (by lib-ruby-parser)
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ruby-lsp lib-ruby-parser
16 2
1,288 235
5.2% 1.7%
9.9 7.2
about 10 hours ago 12 days ago
Ruby Rust
MIT License MIT License
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ruby-lsp

Posts with mentions or reviews of ruby-lsp. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2024-02-18.

lib-ruby-parser

Posts with mentions or reviews of lib-ruby-parser. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2022-10-02.
  • State of the Ruby language server (LSP) ecosystem / looking for suggestions
    11 projects | /r/ruby | 2 Oct 2022
    I realize this might not be for everyone, but I'm writing it in Rust using Lib-ruby-parser and tower-lsp: two existing libraries that handle a bunch of the heavy lifting for me. I'm more productive in Rust than with Ruby at this point, despite doing Ruby full time for 15 years, plus I really really don't want to have to deal with a slow LSP--that was the whome impetus for this project. I started in the spring, made a bunch of headway, then backtracked to redo the internals to make it easier to handle monkeypatching, overriding/redefining of methods, etc. across your project.
  • Artichoke Ruby Architecture
    2 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 12 Feb 2021
    For now Artichoke leans on mruby’s parser, but I’m looking forward to using https://github.com/lib-ruby-parser/lib-ruby-parser which is a Rust port of MRI’s parse.y.

What are some alternatives?

When comparing ruby-lsp and lib-ruby-parser you can also consider the following projects:

solargraph - A Ruby language server.

pest - The Elegant Parser

ruby_language_server - Language Server implementation in Ruby for Ruby. Development happens on the develop branch. Production is master.

artichoke - 💎 Artichoke is a Ruby made with Rust

RailsAutoCompleteHelper - Autocomplete helper for Ruby on Rails projects that pulls data from model files

vector - A high-performance observability data pipeline.

turbo-android - Android framework for making Turbo native apps

language_server-ruby - A Ruby Language Server implementation

orbacle - Program allowing for smart jump-to-definitions, autocompletion, constant renaming and more.

steep - Static type checker for Ruby

terramena - Use colmena to provision nixos hosts created by Terraform

lalrpop - LR(1) parser generator for Rust