State of kdevelop-python
Christoph Cullmann (cullmann.io)
christoph at cullmann.io
Sun Jan 30 19:38:00 GMT 2022
On 2022-01-30 11:55, Sven Brauch wrote:
> I just made an attempt to port kdevelop-python to Python 3.10.
> Unfortunately, that's not really possible, because CPython un-exported
> the C API we used to obtain an AST (it is still accessible from the
> headers, but the symbols are no longer exported in the .so file -- no
> idea what their plan is here, to be honest).
> This seems to be a conscious decision and based on previous
> experiences, chances to change anything about this are slim; CPython
> doesn't want their parsing C API to be used externally.
> Other than having a patched fork of Python (I don't really feel like
> doing that), I honestly see few options.
> Of course, one could replace the whole frontend part of
> kdevelop-python with something different, but that's a quite
> significant amount of work and it feels somehow questionable whether
> our backend is still good enough to be worth that.
> Anyways, this is just to inform you about this somewhat sad state of
just out of curiosity, how does the LSP integration of the
in Kate compare to what we have in KDevelop?
Might it make sense to improve the LSP stuff instead of working
on having a own parser for this?
> All the best,
Ignorance is bliss...
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