kate lsp client plugin

Mark Nauwelaerts mark.nauwelaerts at gmail.com
Sun Jun 30 23:03:18 BST 2019

On 29/06/19 19:03, Christoph Cullmann wrote:
> On 2019-06-26 11:40, Dominik Haumann wrote:
>> Hi Mark,
>> in that case, I suggest you ask the KDE sysadmins for a KDE
>> contributor account.
>> To do so, follow
>> https://community.kde.org/index.php?title=Infrastructure/Get_a_Developer_Account
>> You can refer to this discussion
>> https://marc.info/?l=kwrite-devel&m=156149161801136&w=2 when asking
>> for the account.
> Hi,
> we clarified that in private and Mark has now an account.
> Further development of the plugin will happen in our kate.git, master branch.
> The plugin is per default not compiled.
> See import commit:
> https://cgit.kde.org/kate.git/commit/?id=724a9d0af0e9b4ec04d91f74ca9bbc9dbeaa2ee2
> Thanks to Mark for joining the team ;=)
> I hope others will contribute, too, if they have time and interest.
> (I hope myself, too)
> Greetings
> Christoph
Indeed, thanks for the welcome and setting all this up smoothly :-)

I pushed some additional commits in the meantime to support some more LSP 
features.  Some other tweaks in server management are pending, and will next be 
looking into making some (server) configuration not so hard-coded as it is now.  
That will probably (at least for now) refer to some (external) JSON, since the 
protocol ('initialize' settings) are JSON anyway, and so are kate's project 
settings (which might later provide additional/override settings), or 
compile_commands.json (so plenty of that around already) ...


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