kate lsp client plugin
dhaumann at kde.org
Wed Jun 26 10:40:15 BST 2019
in that case, I suggest you ask the KDE sysadmins for a KDE contributor
To do so, follow
You can refer to this discussion
https://marc.info/?l=kwrite-devel&m=156149161801136&w=2 when asking for the
On Tue, Jun 25, 2019 at 11:59 PM Mark Nauwelaerts <
mark.nauwelaerts at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 25/06/19 21:40, Christoph Cullmann wrote:
> > On 2019-06-25 14:53, Christoph Cullmann wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >>> Thanks for the positive feedback and reception! I will continue to
> >>> work on it and if/when useful post some spam^Hupdate on progress. I
> >>> will also have a look at supporting standalone compilation, as
> >>> suggested ...
> >> Given one can just copy the plugin directory into the addons directory
> >> the normal kate.git (and add it to cmakelists.txt) I would not spend
> time on the
> >> standalone compile.
> >> Actually, one could develop later on it even if we don't directly
> release it
> >> per default in the normal kate.git and just keep it default off for
> >> the compilation.
> > Hi,
> > I have given your plugin a try here ;=)
> > I must confess, it does all things better than my quick hack!
> > Actually, to get more people out there testing it, I would think
> > it might make sense to move development to the normal kate.git
> > and just not activate the compile of the plugin per default.
> > Would that be interesting for you or do you want to keep developing
> > it on your own repo?
> > Greetings
> > Christoph
> Thanks, nice to hear it also works elsewhere rather than just Works For Me
> It's written to be used/tested and to be(come) part of Kate, so if I can
> put/push things there so it's picked up easier (and by more people), then
> that way (with optional compilation and so) is fine by me :-)
> At least, that is assuming that it can be arranged that I can somehow
> carry on (hopefully fast paced) development (in coming weeks) in an easy
> i.e. with some fairly discretionary "commit and push" ability (on plugin
> Whether we are then talking about master or (more likely) some other
> (lspclient?) branch. I am not up to specs on applied development
> (yet) in such regard ... And suffice it to say I don't have any such
> access to
> kate.git at this time ;-).
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