async language server protocol plugin for vim and neovim
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README.md

vim-lsp

Async Language Server Protocol plugin for vim8 and neovim.

Installing

Plug 'prabirshrestha/async.vim'
Plug 'prabirshrestha/vim-lsp'

Note: async.vim is required and is used to normalize jobs between vim8 and neovim.

Registering servers

For other languages please refer to the wiki.

if executable('pyls')
    " pip install python-language-server
    au User lsp_setup call lsp#register_server({
        \ 'name': 'pyls',
        \ 'cmd': {server_info->['pyls']},
        \ 'whitelist': ['python'],
        \ })
endif

While most of the time it is ok to just set the name, cmd and whitelist there are times when you need to get more control of the root_uri. By default root_uri for the buffer can be found using lsp#utils#get_default_root_uri() which internaly uses getcwd(). Here is an example that sets the root_uri to the directory where it contains tsconfig.json and traverses up the directories automatically, if it isn't found it returns empty string which tells vim-lsp to start the server but don't initialize the server. If you would like to avoid starting the server you can return empty array for cmd.

if executable('typescript-language-server')
    au User lsp_setup call lsp#register_server({
        \ 'name': 'typescript-language-server',
        \ 'cmd': {server_info->[&shell, &shellcmdflag, 'typescript-language-server --stdio']},
        \ 'root_uri':{server_info->lsp#utils#path_to_uri(lsp#utils#find_nearest_parent_file_directory(lsp#utils#get_buffer_path(), 'tsconfig.json'))},
        \ 'whitelist': ['typescript'],
        \ })
endif

auto-complete

Refer to docs on configuring omnifunc or asyncomplete.vim.

Supported commands

Note:

  • Some servers may only support partial commands.
  • While it is possible to register multiple servers for the same filetype, some commands will pick only the first server that supports it. For example, it doesn't make sense for rename and format commands to be sent to multiple servers.
Command Description
:LspCodeAction Gets a list of possible commands that can be applied to a file so it can be fixed (quick fix)
:LspDocumentDiagnostics Get current document diagnostics information
:LspDefinition Go to definition
:LspDocumentFormat Format entire document
:LspDocumentRangeFormat Format document selection
:LspDocumentSymbol Show document symbols
:LspHover Show hover information
:LspNextError jump to next error
:LspPreviousError jump to previous error
:LspImplementation Show implementation of interface
:LspReferences Find references
:LspRename Rename symbol
:LspTypeDefinition Go to type definition
:LspWorkspaceSymbol Search/Show workspace symbol

Diagnostics

let g:lsp_signs_enabled = 1         " enable signs
let g:lsp_diagnostics_echo_cursor = 1 " enable echo under cursor when in normal mode

Four groups of signs are defined and used: LspError, LspWarning, LspInformation, LspHint. It is possible to set custom text or icon that will be used for each sign (note that icons are only available in GUI). To do this, set some of the following globals: g:lsp_signs_error, g:lsp_signs_warning, g:lsp_signs_information, g:lsp_signs_hint. They should be set to a dict, that contains either text that will be used as sign in terminal, or icon that will be used for GUI, or both. For example:

let g:lsp_signs_error = {'text': ''}
let g:lsp_signs_warning = {'text': '', 'icon': '/path/to/some/icon'} " icons require GUI
let g:lsp_signs_hint = {'icon': '/path/to/some/other/icon'} " icons require GUI

Also two highlight groups for every sign group are defined (for example for LspError these are LspErrorText and LspErrorLine). By default, LspError text is highlighted using Error group, LspWarning is highlighted as Todo, others use Normal group. Line highlighting is not set by default. If your colorscheme of choise does not provide any of these, it is possible to clear them or link to some other group, like so:

highlight link LspErrorText GruvboxRedSign " requires gruvbox
highlight clear LspWarningLine

Debugging

In order to enable file logging set g:lsp_log_file.

let g:lsp_log_verbose = 1
let g:lsp_log_file = expand('~/vim-lsp.log')

" for asyncomplete.vim log
let g:asyncomplete_log_file = expand('~/asyncomplete.log')