- LanguageServer.jl VS jupyterlab-lsp
- LanguageServer.jl VS eglot-jl
- LanguageServer.jl VS julia-staticlint
- LanguageServer.jl VS StaticLint.jl
- LanguageServer.jl VS julia.vim
- LanguageServer.jl VS Agents.jl
- LanguageServer.jl VS Starlight.jl
- LanguageServer.jl VS julia-snail
- LanguageServer.jl VS OnlineStats.jl
- LanguageServer.jl VS dotfiles
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LanguageServer.jl reviews and mentions
I created an Emacs package to statically lint Julia files (using StaticLint.jl)
6 projects | reddit.com/r/Julia | 1 Feb 2021
I believe that LanguageServer.jl actually uses StaticLint, which means that there is no difference. Ideally, there would be a LanguageServer implementation for Julia which reliably communicates the information from StaticLint to Flycheck. I am using lsp-julia, but this seems to not show the errors from StaticLint. I am aware of eglot-jl but I could not get it to work... So this package is basically like an "error server" that has worked for me to finally get static errors to show up in Emacs for Julia.
IDE options aside from VS Code?
5 projects | reddit.com/r/Julia | 28 Jan 2021
julia-vscode/LanguageServer.jl is an open source project licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0 or later which is an OSI approved license.