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Helm charts for Kubernetes in Nvim - bad experience
2 projects | reddit.com/r/neovim | 12 Feb 2022
I use tree-sitter for syntax highlighting, and I have found this grammar (note that helm templates are basically go templates), but it's not very polished and brakes pure yaml syntax highlighting. Another problem I have is that, because helm template files end in .yaml, I get a tone of diagnostics errors from the yamlls lsp server and I have to disable it every time with lua vim.diagnostics.disable(). Lastly it would be really nice if I could get autocompletion working and maybe some linting.
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What are some alternatives?
vim-helm - vim syntax for helm templates (yaml + gotmpl + sprig + custom)
tree-sitter-comment - Tree-sitter grammar for comment tags like TODO, FIXME(user).
inih - Simple .INI file parser in C, good for embedded systems
go-tree-sitter - Golang bindings for tree-sitter https://github.com/tree-sitter/tree-sitter
SuperGreenOSBoilerplate - ESP32 Boilerplate code generator - See README ->
link-grammar - The CMU Link Grammar natural language parser
tree-sitter-embedded-template - Tree-sitter grammar for embedded template languages like ERB, EJS
tree-sitter-sql - SQL syntax highlighting for tree-sitter
tree-sitter-formula - Formula grammar for tree-sitter