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Python language support via extension #959

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sqs opened this Issue Nov 13, 2018 · 3 comments

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sqs commented Nov 13, 2018

Sourcegraph currently supports for Python hovers, go-to-definition, find-references, and find-implementations using sourcegraph/python-langserver. This has worked so far to provide those features, but we want to be able to provide code intelligence features and configuration on par with editors, such as better dependency support and a smoother configuration experience. To do this, we are moving all language support (including Python) to being built as Sourcegraph extensions. The initial milestone is to get the current feature set ported to an extension (minus dependency installation + cross-repository definitions/references). This is part of the larger initiative of improving language support in 2019: #1551

Demo video: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ZU5LKNGeFYkPmeuG1yFMloB65dEfuMzz

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Scoped for 3.1 (not in scope for 3.0)

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Checklist for 3.0-preview on Sourcegraph.com #1187

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Enhanced Python code intelligence #1401

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sqs commented Dec 31, 2018

@chrismwendt is taking this over

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Python language support via extension #1556

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nicksnyder commented Jan 7, 2019

If this is release blocking for 3.0, please add the release blocking label (I think it does?).

Otherwise, if this isn't going to get done in the next week, please remove it from the 3.0 milestone.

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nicksnyder commented Jan 11, 2019

File separate issue for "Ensure that it is cleaning up temp dirs" which can be for 3.1 and then close this as everything else is done or otherwise tracking in a separate issue

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