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What's everyone working on this week (22/2023)?
14 projects | /r/rust | 28 May 2023
I am using nom / nom_locate to build the parser side because I've done a handful of other projects with it, and I plan to use tower-lsp to hook up the language server side.
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.
Language Server Protocol
3 projects | /r/Compilers | 21 Jul 2022
https://github.com/ebkalderon/tower-lsp is a generalized LSP implementation in a lower-level language (Rust) so you may get a better idea by reading through that repo. It seems that the server opens a TCP socket that the client later connects to, but I'm not really sure.
how to make a lsp in rust ?
8 projects | /r/rust | 20 May 2022
A LSP is just an api implemented to Microsoft's LSP spec. You can implement that API however you wish but something like tower-lsp can do a lot of the heavy lifting for you.8 projects | /r/rust | 20 May 2022
Mine all use [tower-lsp](https://github.com/ebkalderon/tower-lsp/) for the LSP protocol stuff, and then either [Tree-sitter](https://github.com/tree-sitter/tree-sitter) or [Nom](https://github.com/Geal/nom). If I do another I'll probably try [Chumsky](https://github.com/zesterer/chumsky) which combines some of the advantages of both.
tower-lsp 0.16.0 — Lightweight framework for building LSP servers
2 projects | /r/rust | 11 Mar 2022
Which editor do you use for your Go coding?
16 projects | /r/golang | 22 Jun 2022
Kakoune with LSP (gopls).
Kakoune + Julia
2 projects | /r/kakoune | 27 Oct 2021
You could dive into installing kak-lsp, which will provide the code intelligence features you want. Kakoune doesn't do windowing on it's own, so your going to need to rely on something like tmux or a terminal emulator that does similar, such as wezterm, or even a tiling window manager (which is what is being used in the video). Kakoune really needs a lot of time invested to configure well though.
Massive preludes: why?
2 projects | /r/rust | 12 Oct 2021
Why do you need vscode? Kakoune supports code actions, so this should work in the editor with the best editing model ever. See lsp-code-actions from https://github.com/kak-lsp/kak-lsp.
kak-lsp and godot engine
2 projects | /r/kakoune | 30 May 2021
If you're having problems with these capabilities, try to look at the kak-lsp debug output: https://github.com/kak-lsp/kak-lsp#troubleshooting
kak-lsp + terraform-ls
2 projects | /r/kakoune | 18 Feb 2021
Have you enabled kak-lsp? https://github.com/kak-lsp/kak-lsp#usage2 projects | /r/kakoune | 18 Feb 2021
kak-lsp doesn't print to *debug* under normal operation. If you want to check on kak-lsp, enable verbose logging as described here and tail -f the log file.
What are some alternatives?
gdscript.kak - GDScript syntax highlighting for Kakoune
kakoune-doas-write - Fork of kakoune-sudo-write to use doas instead.
tower - async fn(Request) -> Result<Response, Error>
age-plugin-yubikey - YubiKey plugin for age
rust-analyzer - A Rust compiler front-end for IDEs
cargo-limit - Cargo with less noise: warnings are skipped until errors are fixed, Neovim integration, etc.
Rust Language Server - Repository for the Rust Language Server (aka RLS)
url-mapper-rs - A simple URL Mapper service built using Rust
kakoune-git-mode - Kakoune plugin providing improved git interaction
nih-plug - Rust VST3 and CLAP plugin framework and plugins - because everything is better when you do it yourself
zeta-note - Markdown LSP server for easy note-taking with cross-references and diagnostics.