Query a compilation database (lsp, ccls, rtags, ...)

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  • rmsbolt

    pony mode WIP (by rurban)

    Is there a function in lsp-mode, or ccls directly to find the compilation command associated with the file (if any) in the current buffer? If not, would another package (rtags, ede-compdb, irony-cdb) help query the compilation database without needing to use the rest of the package? The main use case is to plug it into other tools such as rmsbolt and templight that "compile" code to provide additional information.

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  • templight

    Templight is a Clang-based tool to profile the time and memory consumption of template instantiations and to perform interactive debugging sessions to gain introspection into the template instantiation process.

    Is there a function in lsp-mode, or ccls directly to find the compilation command associated with the file (if any) in the current buffer? If not, would another package (rtags, ede-compdb, irony-cdb) help query the compilation database without needing to use the rest of the package? The main use case is to plug it into other tools such as rmsbolt and templight that "compile" code to provide additional information.

  • rtags

    A c/c++ client/server indexer with for integration with emacs based on clang. (by brucestephens)

    I know that (years ago now) rtags was lacking such a command and for some reason I wanted one. That change (untouched since then and I use ccls now, and I don't think I ever proposed it for merging) is still around (and was straightforward): https://github.com/brucestephens/rtags

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