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Updated plugins

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Amir Salihefendic 2019-01-08 11:11:54 +01:00
parent 96b46f56ae
commit 1d42b63013
55 changed files with 1669 additions and 675 deletions

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@ -137,9 +137,7 @@ function! ale_linters#elm#make#ParseMessageItem(item) abort
endif
endfunction
" Return the command to execute the linter in the projects directory.
" If it doesn't, then this will fail when imports are needed.
function! ale_linters#elm#make#GetCommand(buffer) abort
function! ale_linters#elm#make#GetPackageFile(buffer) abort
let l:elm_json = ale#path#FindNearestFile(a:buffer, 'elm.json')
if empty(l:elm_json)
@ -147,10 +145,55 @@ function! ale_linters#elm#make#GetCommand(buffer) abort
let l:elm_json = ale#path#FindNearestFile(a:buffer, 'elm-package.json')
endif
return l:elm_json
endfunction
function! ale_linters#elm#make#IsVersionGte19(buffer) abort
let l:elm_json = ale_linters#elm#make#GetPackageFile(a:buffer)
if l:elm_json =~# '-package'
return 0
else
return 1
endif
endfunction
function! ale_linters#elm#make#GetRootDir(buffer) abort
let l:elm_json = ale_linters#elm#make#GetPackageFile(a:buffer)
if empty(l:elm_json)
return ''
else
return fnamemodify(l:elm_json, ':p:h')
endif
endfunction
function! ale_linters#elm#make#IsTest(buffer) abort
let l:root_dir = ale_linters#elm#make#GetRootDir(a:buffer)
if empty(l:root_dir)
return 0
endif
let l:tests_dir = join([l:root_dir, 'tests', ''], has('win32') ? '\' : '/')
let l:buffer_path = fnamemodify(bufname(a:buffer), ':p')
if stridx(l:buffer_path, l:tests_dir) == 0
return 1
else
return 0
endif
endfunction
" Return the command to execute the linter in the projects directory.
" If it doesn't, then this will fail when imports are needed.
function! ale_linters#elm#make#GetCommand(buffer) abort
let l:root_dir = ale_linters#elm#make#GetRootDir(a:buffer)
if empty(l:root_dir)
let l:dir_set_cmd = ''
else
let l:root_dir = fnamemodify(l:elm_json, ':p:h')
let l:dir_set_cmd = 'cd ' . ale#Escape(l:root_dir) . ' && '
endif
@ -161,11 +204,24 @@ function! ale_linters#elm#make#GetCommand(buffer) abort
return l:dir_set_cmd . '%e make --report=json --output=/dev/null %t'
endfunction
function! ale_linters#elm#make#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
let l:is_test = ale_linters#elm#make#IsTest(a:buffer)
let l:is_v19 = ale_linters#elm#make#IsVersionGte19(a:buffer)
if l:is_test && l:is_v19
return ale#node#FindExecutable(
\ a:buffer,
\ 'elm_make',
\ ['node_modules/.bin/elm-test', 'node_modules/.bin/elm']
\ )
else
return ale#node#FindExecutable(a:buffer, 'elm_make', ['node_modules/.bin/elm'])
endif
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('elm', {
\ 'name': 'make',
\ 'executable_callback': ale#node#FindExecutableFunc('elm_make', [
\ 'node_modules/.bin/elm',
\ ]),
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale_linters#elm#make#GetExecutable',
\ 'output_stream': 'both',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#elm#make#GetCommand',
\ 'callback': 'ale_linters#elm#make#Handle'

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@ -0,0 +1,29 @@
" Author: Jerko Steiner <https://github.com/jeremija>
" Description: https://github.com/saibing/bingo
call ale#Set('go_bingo_executable', 'bingo')
call ale#Set('go_bingo_options', '--mode stdio')
function! ale_linters#go#bingo#GetCommand(buffer) abort
return '%e' . ale#Pad(ale#Var(a:buffer, 'go_bingo_options'))
endfunction
function! ale_linters#go#bingo#FindProjectRoot(buffer) abort
let l:project_root = ale#path#FindNearestFile(a:buffer, 'go.mod')
let l:mods = ':h'
if empty(l:project_root)
let l:project_root = ale#path#FindNearestDirectory(a:buffer, '.git')
let l:mods = ':h:h'
endif
return !empty(l:project_root) ? fnamemodify(l:project_root, l:mods) : ''
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('go', {
\ 'name': 'bingo',
\ 'lsp': 'stdio',
\ 'executable_callback': ale#VarFunc('go_bingo_executable'),
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#go#bingo#GetCommand',
\ 'project_root_callback': 'ale_linters#go#bingo#FindProjectRoot',
\})

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@ -1,9 +1,15 @@
" Author: Michiel Westerbeek <happylinks@gmail.com>
" Description: Linter for GraphQL Schemas
function! ale_linters#graphql#gqlint#GetCommand(buffer) abort
return ale#path#BufferCdString(a:buffer)
\ . 'gqlint'
\ . ' --reporter=simple %t'
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('graphql', {
\ 'name': 'gqlint',
\ 'executable': 'gqlint',
\ 'command': 'gqlint --reporter=simple %t',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#graphql#gqlint#GetCommand',
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#unix#HandleAsWarning',
\})

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@ -18,7 +18,7 @@ function! ale_linters#perl#perl#Handle(buffer, lines) abort
return []
endif
let l:pattern = '\(.\+\) at \(.\+\) line \(\d\+\)'
let l:pattern = '\(..\{-}\) at \(..\{-}\) line \(\d\+\)'
let l:output = []
let l:basename = expand('#' . a:buffer . ':t')

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@ -48,26 +48,38 @@ endfunction
function! ale#c#ParseCFlags(path_prefix, cflag_line) abort
let l:cflags_list = []
let l:previous_options = []
let l:previous_options = ''
let l:split_lines = split(a:cflag_line, '-')
let l:split_lines = split(a:cflag_line, ' ')
let l:option_index = 0
while l:option_index < len(l:split_lines)
let l:option = l:split_lines[l:option_index]
let l:option = l:previous_options . l:split_lines[l:option_index]
let l:option_index = l:option_index + 1
call add(l:previous_options, l:option)
" Check if cflag contained a '-' and should not have been splitted
let l:option_list = split(l:option, '\zs')
if len(l:option_list) > 0 && l:option_list[-1] isnot# ' ' && l:option_index < len(l:split_lines)
" Check if cflag contained an unmatched characters and should not have been splitted
let l:option_special = substitute(l:option, '\\"', '', 'g')
let l:option_special = substitute(l:option_special, '[^"''()`]', '', 'g')
let l:option_special = substitute(l:option_special, '""', '', 'g')
let l:option_special = substitute(l:option_special, '''''', '', 'g')
let l:option_special = substitute(l:option_special, '``', '', 'g')
let l:option_special = substitute(l:option_special, '((', '(', 'g')
let l:option_special = substitute(l:option_special, '))', ')', 'g')
let l:option_special = substitute(l:option_special, '()', '', 'g')
if len(l:option_special) > 0 && l:option_index < len(l:split_lines)
let l:previous_options = l:option . ' '
continue
endif
let l:option = join(l:previous_options, '-')
let l:previous_options = []
" Check if there was spaces after -D/-I and the flag should not have been splitted
if l:option is# '-D' || l:option is# '-I'
let l:previous_options = l:option
continue
endif
let l:previous_options = ''
let l:option = '-' . substitute(l:option, '^\s*\(.\{-}\)\s*$', '\1', '')
" Fix relative paths if needed
if stridx(l:option, '-I') >= 0 &&
@ -145,15 +157,17 @@ if !exists('s:compile_commands_cache')
let s:compile_commands_cache = {}
endif
function! s:GetListFromCompileCommandsFile(compile_commands_file) abort
function! s:GetLookupFromCompileCommandsFile(compile_commands_file) abort
let l:empty = [{}, {}]
if empty(a:compile_commands_file)
return []
return l:empty
endif
let l:time = getftime(a:compile_commands_file)
if l:time < 0
return []
return l:empty
endif
let l:key = a:compile_commands_file . ':' . l:time
@ -162,21 +176,36 @@ function! s:GetListFromCompileCommandsFile(compile_commands_file) abort
return s:compile_commands_cache[l:key]
endif
let l:data = []
silent! let l:data = json_decode(join(readfile(a:compile_commands_file), ''))
let l:raw_data = []
silent! let l:raw_data = json_decode(join(readfile(a:compile_commands_file), ''))
if !empty(l:data)
let s:compile_commands_cache[l:key] = l:data
let l:file_lookup = {}
let l:dir_lookup = {}
return l:data
for l:entry in l:raw_data
let l:basename = tolower(fnamemodify(l:entry.file, ':t'))
let l:file_lookup[l:basename] = get(l:file_lookup, l:basename, []) + [l:entry]
let l:dirbasename = tolower(fnamemodify(l:entry.directory, ':p:h:t'))
let l:dir_lookup[l:dirbasename] = get(l:dir_lookup, l:basename, []) + [l:entry]
endfor
if !empty(l:file_lookup) && !empty(l:dir_lookup)
let l:result = [l:file_lookup, l:dir_lookup]
let s:compile_commands_cache[l:key] = l:result
return l:result
endif
return []
return l:empty
endfunction
function! ale#c#ParseCompileCommandsFlags(buffer, dir, json_list) abort
function! ale#c#ParseCompileCommandsFlags(buffer, dir, file_lookup, dir_lookup) abort
" Search for an exact file match first.
for l:item in a:json_list
let l:basename = tolower(expand('#' . a:buffer . ':t'))
let l:file_list = get(a:file_lookup, l:basename, [])
for l:item in l:file_list
if bufnr(l:item.file) is a:buffer
return ale#c#ParseCFlags(a:dir, l:item.command)
endif
@ -185,7 +214,10 @@ function! ale#c#ParseCompileCommandsFlags(buffer, dir, json_list) abort
" Look for any file in the same directory if we can't find an exact match.
let l:dir = ale#path#Simplify(expand('#' . a:buffer . ':p:h'))
for l:item in a:json_list
let l:dirbasename = tolower(expand('#' . a:buffer . ':p:h:t'))
let l:dir_list = get(a:dir_lookup, l:dirbasename, [])
for l:item in l:dir_list
if ale#path#Simplify(fnamemodify(l:item.file, ':h')) is? l:dir
return ale#c#ParseCFlags(a:dir, l:item.command)
endif
@ -196,9 +228,11 @@ endfunction
function! ale#c#FlagsFromCompileCommands(buffer, compile_commands_file) abort
let l:dir = ale#path#Dirname(a:compile_commands_file)
let l:json_list = s:GetListFromCompileCommandsFile(a:compile_commands_file)
let l:lookups = s:GetLookupFromCompileCommandsFile(a:compile_commands_file)
let l:file_lookup = l:lookups[0]
let l:dir_lookup = l:lookups[1]
return ale#c#ParseCompileCommandsFlags(a:buffer, l:dir, l:json_list)
return ale#c#ParseCompileCommandsFlags(a:buffer, l:dir, l:file_lookup, l:dir_lookup)
endfunction
function! ale#c#GetCFlags(buffer, output) abort

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@ -509,6 +509,12 @@ function! ale#completion#GetCompletions() abort
return
endif
call ale#completion#AlwaysGetCompletions()
endfunction
" This function can be used to manually trigger autocomplete, even when
" g:ale_completion_enabled is set to false
function! ale#completion#AlwaysGetCompletions() abort
let [l:line, l:column] = getcurpos()[1:2]
let l:prefix = ale#completion#GetPrefix(&filetype, l:line, l:column)

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@ -86,7 +86,7 @@ function! s:OnReady(linter, lsp_details, line, column, options, ...) abort
let l:request_id = ale#lsp#Send(l:id, l:message)
let s:go_to_definition_map[l:request_id] = {
\ 'open_in_tab': get(a:options, 'open_in_tab', 0),
\ 'open_in': get(a:options, 'open_in', 'current-buffer'),
\}
endfunction

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@ -315,10 +315,10 @@ function! s:RunFixer(options) abort
\ ? call(l:Function, [l:buffer, a:options.output])
\ : call(l:Function, [l:buffer, a:options.output, copy(l:input)])
else
" Chained commands accept (buffer, [input])
" Chained commands accept (buffer, [done, input])
let l:result = ale#util#FunctionArgCount(l:Function) == 1
\ ? call(l:Function, [l:buffer])
\ : call(l:Function, [l:buffer, copy(l:input)])
\ : call(l:Function, [l:buffer, v:null, copy(l:input)])
endif
if type(l:result) is v:t_number && l:result == 0

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@ -4,22 +4,28 @@
call ale#Set('python_black_executable', 'black')
call ale#Set('python_black_use_global', get(g:, 'ale_use_global_executables', 0))
call ale#Set('python_black_options', '')
call ale#Set('python_black_auto_pipenv', 0)
function! ale#fixers#black#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
if (ale#Var(a:buffer, 'python_auto_pipenv') || ale#Var(a:buffer, 'python_black_auto_pipenv'))
\ && ale#python#PipenvPresent(a:buffer)
return 'pipenv'
endif
return ale#python#FindExecutable(a:buffer, 'python_black', ['black'])
endfunction
function! ale#fixers#black#Fix(buffer) abort
let l:executable = ale#python#FindExecutable(
\ a:buffer,
\ 'python_black',
\ ['black'],
\)
let l:executable = ale#fixers#black#GetExecutable(a:buffer)
if !executable(l:executable)
return 0
endif
let l:exec_args = l:executable =~? 'pipenv$'
\ ? ' run black'
\ : ''
let l:options = ale#Var(a:buffer, 'python_black_options')
return {
\ 'command': ale#Escape(l:executable)
\ 'command': ale#Escape(l:executable) . l:exec_args
\ . (!empty(l:options) ? ' ' . l:options : '')
\ . ' -',
\}

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@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
" Author: w0rp <devw0rp@gmail.com>
" Description: Generic functions for fixing files with.
function! ale#fixers#generic#RemoveTrailingBlankLines(buffer, lines) abort
function! ale#fixers#generic#RemoveTrailingBlankLines(buffer, done, lines) abort
let l:end_index = len(a:lines) - 1
while l:end_index > 0 && empty(a:lines[l:end_index])
@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ function! ale#fixers#generic#RemoveTrailingBlankLines(buffer, lines) abort
endfunction
" Remove all whitespaces at the end of lines
function! ale#fixers#generic#TrimWhitespace(buffer, lines) abort
function! ale#fixers#generic#TrimWhitespace(buffer, done, lines) abort
let l:index = 0
let l:lines_new = range(len(a:lines))

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@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
" Description: Generic fixer functions for Python.
" Add blank lines before control statements.
function! ale#fixers#generic_python#AddLinesBeforeControlStatements(buffer, lines) abort
function! ale#fixers#generic_python#AddLinesBeforeControlStatements(buffer, done, lines) abort
let l:new_lines = []
let l:last_indent_size = 0
let l:last_line_is_blank = 0
@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ endfunction
" This function breaks up long lines so that autopep8 or other tools can
" fix the badly-indented code which is produced as a result.
function! ale#fixers#generic_python#BreakUpLongLines(buffer, lines) abort
function! ale#fixers#generic_python#BreakUpLongLines(buffer, done, lines) abort
" Default to a maximum line length of 79
let l:max_line_length = 79
let l:conf = ale#path#FindNearestFile(a:buffer, 'setup.cfg')

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@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
" Author: w0rp <devw0rp@gmail.com>
" Description: Generic fixer functions for Vim help documents.
function! ale#fixers#help#AlignTags(buffer, lines) abort
function! ale#fixers#help#AlignTags(buffer, done, lines) abort
let l:new_lines = []
for l:line in a:lines

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@ -14,9 +14,11 @@ endfunction
function! ale#fixers#standard#Fix(buffer) abort
let l:executable = ale#fixers#standard#GetExecutable(a:buffer)
let l:options = ale#Var(a:buffer, 'javascript_standard_options')
return {
\ 'command': ale#node#Executable(a:buffer, l:executable)
\ . (!empty(l:options) ? ' ' . l:options : '')
\ . ' --fix %t',
\ 'read_temporary_file': 1,
\}

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@ -173,10 +173,6 @@ endfunction
function! ale#job#PrepareCommand(buffer, command) abort
let l:wrapper = ale#Var(a:buffer, 'command_wrapper')
let l:command = !empty(l:wrapper)
\ ? s:PrepareWrappedCommand(l:wrapper, a:command)
\ : a:command
" The command will be executed in a subshell. This fixes a number of
" issues, including reading the PATH variables correctly, %PATHEXT%
" expansion on Windows, etc.
@ -184,6 +180,17 @@ function! ale#job#PrepareCommand(buffer, command) abort
" NeoVim handles this issue automatically if the command is a String,
" but we'll do this explicitly, so we use the same exact command for both
" versions.
let l:command = !empty(l:wrapper)
\ ? s:PrepareWrappedCommand(l:wrapper, a:command)
\ : a:command
" If a custom shell is specified, use that.
if exists('g:ale_shell')
let l:shell_arguments = get(g:, 'ale_shell_arguments', &shellcmdflag)
return split(g:ale_shell) + split(l:shell_arguments) + [l:command]
endif
if has('win32')
return 'cmd /s/c "' . l:command . '"'
endif

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@ -27,6 +27,7 @@ function! ale#references#HandleTSServerResponse(conn_id, response) abort
\ 'filename': l:response_item.file,
\ 'line': l:response_item.start.line,
\ 'column': l:response_item.start.offset,
\ 'match': substitute(l:response_item.lineText, '^\s*\(.\{-}\)\s*$', '\1', ''),
\})
endfor

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@ -87,12 +87,25 @@ function! ale#util#GetFunction(string_or_ref) abort
return a:string_or_ref
endfunction
" Open the file (at the given line).
" options['open_in'] can be:
" current-buffer (default)
" tab
" vertical-split
" horizontal-split
function! ale#util#Open(filename, line, column, options) abort
if get(a:options, 'open_in_tab', 0)
call ale#util#Execute('tabedit +' . a:line . ' ' . fnameescape(a:filename))
let l:open_in = get(a:options, 'open_in', 'current-buffer')
let l:args_to_open = '+' . a:line . ' ' . fnameescape(a:filename)
if l:open_in is# 'tab'
call ale#util#Execute('tabedit ' . l:args_to_open)
elseif l:open_in is# 'horizontal-split'
call ale#util#Execute('split ' . l:args_to_open)
elseif l:open_in is# 'vertical-split'
call ale#util#Execute('vsplit ' . l:args_to_open)
elseif bufnr(a:filename) isnot bufnr('')
" Open another file only if we need to.
call ale#util#Execute('edit +' . a:line . ' ' . fnameescape(a:filename))
call ale#util#Execute('edit ' . l:args_to_open)
else
normal! m`
endif

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@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ Integration Information
The `gometalinter` linter is disabled by default. ALE enables `gofmt`,
`golint` and `go vet` by default. It also supports `staticcheck`, `go
build`, `gosimple`, and `golangserver`.
build`, `gosimple`, `golangserver`.
To enable `gometalinter`, update |g:ale_linters| as appropriate:
>
@ -195,5 +195,21 @@ g:ale_go_golangci_lint_package *g:ale_go_golangci_lint_package*
current file.
===============================================================================
bingo *ale-go-bingo*
g:ale_go_bingo_executable *g:ale_go_bingo_executable*
*b:ale_go_bingo_executable*
Type: |String|
Default: `'go-bingo'`
Location of the go-bingo binary file.
g:ale_go_bingo_options *g:ale_go_bingo_options*
*b:ale_go_bingo_options*
Type: |String|
Default: `''`
===============================================================================
vim:tw=78:ts=2:sts=2:sw=2:ft=help:norl:

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@ -75,7 +75,7 @@ g:ale_python_black_executable *g:ale_python_black_executable*
See |ale-integrations-local-executables|
autopep8
g:ale_python_black_options *g:ale_python_black_options*
*b:ale_python_black_options*
Type: |String|
@ -92,6 +92,15 @@ g:ale_python_black_use_global *g:ale_python_black_use_global*
See |ale-integrations-local-executables|
g:ale_python_black_auto_pipenv *g:ale_python_black_auto_pipenv*
*b:ale_python_black_auto_pipenv*
Type: |Number|
Default: `0`
Detect whether the file is inside a pipenv, and set the executable to `pipenv`
if true. This is overridden by a manually-set executable.
===============================================================================
flake8 *ale-python-flake8*

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@ -118,6 +118,7 @@ CONTENTS *ale-contents*
staticcheck.........................|ale-go-staticcheck|
golangserver........................|ale-go-golangserver|
golangci-lint.......................|ale-go-golangci-lint|
bingo...............................|ale-go-bingo|
graphql...............................|ale-graphql-options|
eslint..............................|ale-graphql-eslint|
gqlint..............................|ale-graphql-gqlint|
@ -438,7 +439,7 @@ Notes:
* FusionScript: `fusion-lint`
* Git Commit Messages: `gitlint`
* GLSL: glslang, `glslls`
* Go: `gofmt`, `goimports`, `go mod`!!, `go vet`!!, `golint`, `gotype`!!, `gometalinter`!!, `go build`!!, `gosimple`!!, `staticcheck`!!, `golangserver`, `golangci-lint`!!
* Go: `gofmt`, `goimports`, `go mod`!!, `go vet`!!, `golint`, `gotype`!!, `gometalinter`!!, `go build`!!, `gosimple`!!, `staticcheck`!!, `golangserver`, `golangci-lint`!!, `bingo`
* GraphQL: `eslint`, `gqlint`, `prettier`
* Hack: `hack`, `hackfmt`, `hhast`
* Haml: `haml-lint`
@ -675,10 +676,14 @@ The values for `g:ale_fixers` can be a list of |String|, |Funcref|, or
for a function set in the ALE fixer registry.
Each function for fixing errors must accept either one argument `(buffer)` or
two arguments `(buffer, lines)`, representing the buffer being fixed and the
lines to fix. The functions must return either `0`, for changing nothing, a
|List| for new lines to set, or a |Dictionary| for describing a command to be
run in the background.
three arguments `(buffer, done, lines)`, representing the buffer being fixed,
a function to call with results, and the lines to fix. The functions must
return either `0`, for changing nothing, a |List| for new lines to set, a
|Dictionary| for describing a command to be run in the background, or `v:true`
for indicating that results will be provided asynchronously via the `done`
callback.
NOTE: The `done` function has not been implemented yet.
Functions receiving a variable number of arguments will not receive the second
argument `lines`. Functions should name two arguments if the `lines` argument
@ -816,6 +821,9 @@ with |g:ale_completion_max_suggestions|.
If you don't like some of the suggestions you see, you can filter them out
with |g:ale_completion_excluded_words| or |b:ale_completion_excluded_words|.
The |ALEComplete| command can be used to show completion suggestions manually,
even when |g:ale_completion_enabled| is set to `0`.
*ale-completion-completopt-bug*
ALE implements completion as you type by temporarily adjusting |completeopt|
@ -836,6 +844,8 @@ information returned by LSP servers. The following commands are supported:
|ALEGoToDefinition| - Open the definition of the symbol under the cursor.
|ALEGoToDefinitionInTab| - The same, but for opening the file in a new tab.
|ALEGoToDefinitionInSplit| - The same, but in a new split.
|ALEGoToDefinitionInVSplit| - The same, but in a new vertical split.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
@ -1787,6 +1797,33 @@ g:ale_set_signs *g:ale_set_signs*
To limit the number of signs ALE will set, see |g:ale_max_signs|.
g:ale_shell *g:ale_shell*
Type: |String|
Default: not set
Override the shell used by ALE for executing commands. ALE uses 'shell' by
default, but falls back in `/bin/sh` if the default shell looks like `fish`
or `pwsh`, which are not compatible with all of the commands run by ALE. The
shell specified with this option will be used even if it might not work in
all cases.
For Windows, ALE uses `cmd` when this option isn't set. Setting this option
will apply shell escaping to the command string, even on Windows.
NOTE: Consider setting |g:ale_shell_arguments| if this option is defined.
g:ale_shell_arguments *g:ale_shell_arguments*
Type: |String|
Default: not set
This option specifies the arguments to use for executing a command with a
custom shell, per |g:ale_shell|. If this option is not set, 'shellcmdflag'
will be used instead.
g:ale_sign_column_always *g:ale_sign_column_always*
Type: |Number|
@ -2202,6 +2239,17 @@ ALE will use to search for Python executables.
===============================================================================
8. Commands/Keybinds *ale-commands*
ALEComplete *ALEComplete*
Manually trigger LSP autocomplete and show the menu. Works only when called
from insert mode. >
inoremap <silent> <C-Space> <C-\><C-O>:AleComplete<CR>
<
A plug mapping `<Plug>(ale_complete)` is defined for this command. >
imap <C-Space> <Plug>(ale_complete)
<
ALEDocumentation *ALEDocumentation*
Similar to the |ALEHover| command, retrieve documentation information for
@ -2262,6 +2310,22 @@ ALEGoToDefinitionInTab *ALEGoToDefinitionInTab*
command.
ALEGoToDefinitionInSplit *ALEGoToDefinitionInSplit*
The same as |ALEGoToDefinition|, but opens results in a new split.
A plug mapping `<Plug>(ale_go_to_definition_in_split)` is defined for this
command.
ALEGoToDefinitionInVSplit *ALEGoToDefinitionInVSplit*
The same as |ALEGoToDefinition|, but opens results in a new vertical split.
A plug mapping `<Plug>(ale_go_to_definition_in_vsplit)` is defined for this
command.
ALEHover *ALEHover*
Print brief information about the symbol under the cursor, taken from any

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@ -188,7 +188,9 @@ command! -bar ALEFixSuggest :call ale#fix#registry#Suggest(&filetype)
" Go to definition for tsserver and LSP
command! -bar ALEGoToDefinition :call ale#definition#GoTo({})
command! -bar ALEGoToDefinitionInTab :call ale#definition#GoTo({'open_in_tab': 1})
command! -bar ALEGoToDefinitionInTab :call ale#definition#GoTo({'open_in': 'tab'})
command! -bar ALEGoToDefinitionInSplit :call ale#definition#GoTo({'open_in': 'horizontal-split'})
command! -bar ALEGoToDefinitionInVSplit :call ale#definition#GoTo({'open_in': 'vertical-split'})
" Find references for tsserver and LSP
command! -bar ALEFindReferences :call ale#references#Find()
@ -202,6 +204,8 @@ command! -bar ALEDocumentation :call ale#hover#ShowDocumentationAtCursor()
" Search for appearances of a symbol, such as a type name or function name.
command! -nargs=1 ALESymbolSearch :call ale#symbol#Search(<q-args>)
command! -bar ALEComplete :call ale#completion#AlwaysGetCompletions()
" <Plug> mappings for commands
nnoremap <silent> <Plug>(ale_previous) :ALEPrevious<Return>
nnoremap <silent> <Plug>(ale_previous_wrap) :ALEPreviousWrap<Return>
@ -222,9 +226,12 @@ nnoremap <silent> <Plug>(ale_detail) :ALEDetail<Return>
nnoremap <silent> <Plug>(ale_fix) :ALEFix<Return>
nnoremap <silent> <Plug>(ale_go_to_definition) :ALEGoToDefinition<Return>
nnoremap <silent> <Plug>(ale_go_to_definition_in_tab) :ALEGoToDefinitionInTab<Return>
nnoremap <silent> <Plug>(ale_go_to_definition_in_split) :ALEGoToDefinitionInSplit<Return>
nnoremap <silent> <Plug>(ale_go_to_definition_in_vsplit) :ALEGoToDefinitionInVSplit<Return>
nnoremap <silent> <Plug>(ale_find_references) :ALEFindReferences<Return>
nnoremap <silent> <Plug>(ale_hover) :ALEHover<Return>
nnoremap <silent> <Plug>(ale_documentation) :ALEDocumentation<Return>
inoremap <silent> <Plug>(ale_complete) <C-\><C-O>:ALEComplete<Return>
" Set up autocmd groups now.
call ale#events#Init()

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@ -29,9 +29,9 @@ that are part of Git repositories).
*fugitive-:Glcd*
:Glcd [directory] |:lcd| relative to the repository.
*fugitive-:Gstatus*
:Gstatus Bring up the output of git-status in the preview
window. The following maps, which work on the cursor
*fugitive-:Gstatus* *fugitive-:G*
:Gstatus Bring up a git-status inspired summary in the preview
:G window. The following maps, which work on the cursor
line file where sensible, are provided:
g? show this help
@ -40,42 +40,48 @@ that are part of Git repositories).
<CR> |:Gedit|
- |:Git| add
- |:Git| reset (staged files)
a Show alternative format
ca |:Gcommit| --amend
cc |:Gcommit|
ce |:Gcommit| --amend --no-edit
cw |:Gcommit| --amend --only
cva |:Gcommit| --verbose --amend
cvc |:Gcommit| --verbose
cf |:Gcommit| --fixup=
cs |:Gcommit| --squash=
cA |:Gcommit| --edit --squash=
= toggle inline diff
< show inline diff
> hide inline diff
D |:Gdiff|
ds |:Gsdiff|
dp |:Git!| diff (p for patch; use :Gw to apply)
dp |:Git| add --intent-to-add (untracked files)
dv |:Gvdiff|
gO |:Gvsplit|
O |:Gtabedit|
o |:Gsplit|
P |:Git| add --patch
P |:Git| reset --patch (staged files)
s |:Git| add
u |:Git| reset
X |:Git| checkout
X |:Git| checkout HEAD (staged files)
X |:Git| clean (untracked files)
X |:Git| rm (unmerged files)
q close status
r reload status
S |:Gvsplit|
U |:Git| checkout
U |:Git| checkout HEAD (staged files)
U |:Git| clean (untracked files)
U |:Git| rm (unmerged files)
R reload status
. enter |:| command line with file prepopulated
*fugitive-:Gcommit*
:Gcommit [args] A wrapper around git-commit. If there is nothing
to commit, |:Gstatus| is called instead. Unless the
arguments given would skip the invocation of an editor
(e.g., -m), a split window will be used to obtain a
commit message, or a new tab if -v is given. Write
and close that window (:wq or |:Gwrite|) to finish the
commit. Unlike when running the actual git-commit
command, it is possible (but unadvisable) to alter the
index with commands like git-add and git-reset while a
commit message is pending.
:Gcommit [args] A wrapper around git-commit. Unless the arguments
given would skip the invocation of an editor (e.g.,
-m), a split window will be used to obtain a commit
message, or a new tab if -v is given. Write and close
that window (:wq or |:Gwrite|) to finish the commit.
Unlike when running the actual git-commit command, it
is possible (but unadvisable) to alter the index with
commands like git-add and git-reset while a commit
message is pending.
*fugitive-:Gmerge*
:Gmerge [args] Calls git-merge and loads errors and conflicted files
@ -90,7 +96,7 @@ that are part of Git repositories).
*fugitive-:Grebase*
:Grebase [args] Like |:Gmerge|, but for git-rebase. Interactive
rebase not supported.
rebase is experimentally supported.
*fugitive-:Gpush*
:Gpush [args] Invoke git-push, load the results into the |quickfix|
@ -108,17 +114,18 @@ that are part of Git repositories).
:Glgrep[!] [args] |:lgrep|[!] with git-grep as 'grepprg'.
*fugitive-:Glog*
:Glog [args] Load all previous revisions of the current file into
the |quickfix| list. Additional git-log arguments can
be given (for example, --reverse). If "--" appears as
an argument, no file specific filtering is done, and
previous commits rather than previous file revisions
are loaded.
:Glog [args] Load the commit history into the |quickfix| list.
Additional git-log arguments can be given (for
example, --reverse). Provide "--" in the argument
list to target all commits. Otherwise, only commits
changing the current file will be targeted. This
special casing is slated to be removed.
:{range}Glog [args] Use git-log -L to load previous revisions of the given
range of the current file into the |quickfix| list.
The cursor is positioned on the first line of the
first diff hunk for each commit.
first diff hunk for each commit. Use :0Glog to target
the entire file.
*fugitive-:Gllog*
:Gllog [args] Like |:Glog|, but use the location list instead of the
@ -284,8 +291,8 @@ These maps are available in committed Git objects.
o Jump to the |fugitive-object| under the cursor in a
new split.
*fugitive-S*
S Jump to the |fugitive-object| under the cursor in a
*fugitive-gO*
gO Jump to the |fugitive-object| under the cursor in a
new vertical split.
*fugitive-O*
@ -293,7 +300,8 @@ O Jump to the |fugitive-object| under the cursor in a
new tab.
*fugitive--*
- Go to the tree containing the current tree or blob.
- Go to the tree containing the current tree or blob
(i.e, the parent directory).
*fugitive-~*
~ Go to the current file in the [count]th first

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@ -72,8 +72,14 @@ function! FugitivePrepare(...) abort
return call('fugitive#Prepare', a:000)
endfunction
function! FugitiveConfig(key, ...) abort
return fugitive#Config(a:key, FugitiveGitDir(a:0 ? a:1 : -1))
function! FugitiveConfig(...) abort
if a:0 == 2 && type(a:2) != type({})
return fugitive#Config(a:1, FugitiveGitDir(a:2))
elseif a:0 == 1 && a:1 !~# '^[[:alnum:]-]\+\.'
return fugitive#Config(FugitiveGitDir(a:1))
else
return call('fugitive#Config', a:000)
endif
endfunction
function! FugitiveRemoteUrl(...) abort
@ -250,6 +256,10 @@ augroup fugitive
\ call fugitive#MapCfile() |
\ endif
autocmd FileType gitcommit
\ if exists('b:git_dir') |
\ call fugitive#MapCfile('fugitive#MessageCfile()') |
\ endif
autocmd FileType fugitive
\ if exists('b:git_dir') |
\ call fugitive#MapCfile('fugitive#StatusCfile()') |
\ endif

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@ -0,0 +1,36 @@
if exists("b:current_syntax")
finish
endif
syn sync fromstart
syn spell notoplevel
syn include @fugitiveDiff syntax/diff.vim
syn match fugitiveHeader /^[A-Z][a-z][^:]*:/ nextgroup=fugitiveHash,fugitiveSymbolicRef skipwhite
syn region fugitiveSection start=/^\%(.*(\d\+)$\)\@=/ contains=fugitiveHeading end=/^$\@=/
syn match fugitiveHeading /^[A-Z][a-z][^:]*\ze (\d\+)$/ contains=fugitivePreposition contained nextgroup=fugitiveCount skipwhite
syn match fugitiveCount /(\d\+)/hs=s+1,he=e-1 contained
syn match fugitivePreposition /\<\%([io]nto\|from\|to\|Rebasing\%( detached\)\=\)\>/ transparent contained nextgroup=fugitiveHash,fugitiveSymbolicRef skipwhite
syn match fugitiveInstruction /^\l\l\+\>/ contained containedin=fugitiveSection nextgroup=fugitiveHash skipwhite
syn match fugitiveDone /^done\>/ contained containedin=fugitiveSection nextgroup=fugitiveHash skipwhite
syn match fugitiveStop /^stop\>/ contained containedin=fugitiveSection nextgroup=fugitiveHash skipwhite
syn match fugitiveModifier /^[MADRCU?]\{1,2} / contained containedin=fugitiveSection
syn match FugitiveSymbolicRef /\.\@!\%(\.\.\@!\|[^[:space:][:cntrl:]\:.]\)\+\.\@<!/ contained
syn match fugitiveHash /^\x\{4,\}\>/ contained containedin=fugitiveSection
syn match fugitiveHash /\<\x\{4,\}\>/ contained
syn region fugitiveHunk start=/^\%(@@ -\)\@=/ end=/^\%([A-Za-z?@]\|$\)\@=/ contains=@fugitiveDiff containedin=fugitiveSection fold
hi def link fugitiveHeader Label
hi def link fugitiveHeading PreProc
hi def link fugitiveModifier Type
hi def link fugitiveInstruction Type
hi def link fugitiveStop Function
hi def link fugitiveHash Identifier
hi def link fugitiveSymbolicRef Function
hi def link fugitiveCount Number
let b:current_syntax = "fugitive"

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@ -1,2 +1,5 @@
.local/
.cache/
.dlv/
.git/
.viminfo

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@ -1,5 +1,9 @@
## unplanned
BACKWARDS INCOMPATABILITIES:
* g:go_highlight_fuction_arguments is renamed to g:go_highlight_function_parameters
[[GH-2117]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2117)
IMPROVEMENTS:
* Disable `g:go_gocode_propose_source` by default.
[[GH-2050]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2050)
@ -15,6 +19,10 @@ IMPROVEMENTS:
* Do not require `'autowrite'` or `'autowriteall'` to be set when using
autocompletion in module mode.
[[GH-2091]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2091)
* Fix use of g:go_metalinter_command _and_ apply it even when autosaving.
[[GH-2101]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2101)
* Report errors in quickfix when Delve fails to start (e.g. compiler errors).
[[GH-2111]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2111)
BUG FIXES:
* Fix opening of non-existent file from `:GoDeclsDir` when the current
@ -28,6 +36,13 @@ BUG FIXES:
[[GH-2075]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2075)
* Fix `:GoSameIdsToggle`.
[[GH-2086]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2086)
* Do not set fileencoding or fileformat options or populate from template when
the buffer is not modifiable.
[[GH-2097]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2097)
* Do not clear buffer-local autocmds of other buffers.
[[GH-2109]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2109)
* Highlight return parameter types when g:go_highlight_function_arguments is set.
[[GH-2116]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2116)
## 1.19 - (November 4, 2018)

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@ -26,9 +26,7 @@ endfunction
function! go#cmd#Build(bang, ...) abort
" Create our command arguments. go build discards any results when it
" compiles multiple packages. So we pass the `errors` package just as an
" placeholder with the current folder (indicated with '.'). We also pass -i
" that tries to install the dependencies, this has the side effect that it
" caches the build results, so every other build is faster.
" placeholder with the current folder (indicated with '.').
let l:args =
\ ['build', '-tags', go#config#BuildTags()] +
\ map(copy(a:000), "expand(v:val)") +
@ -63,6 +61,7 @@ function! go#cmd#Build(bang, ...) abort
redraw!
finally
execute cd . fnameescape(dir)
let &makeprg = default_makeprg
endtry
let errors = go#list#Get(l:listtype)
@ -72,8 +71,6 @@ function! go#cmd#Build(bang, ...) abort
else
call go#util#EchoSuccess("[build] SUCCESS")
endif
let &makeprg = default_makeprg
endif
endfunction
@ -169,11 +166,15 @@ function! go#cmd#Run(bang, ...) abort
let l:listtype = go#list#Type("GoRun")
if l:listtype == "locationlist"
exe 'lmake!'
else
exe 'make!'
endif
try
if l:listtype == "locationlist"
exe 'lmake!'
else
exe 'make!'
endif
finally
let &makeprg = default_makeprg
endtry
let items = go#list#Get(l:listtype)
let errors = go#tool#FilterValids(items)
@ -184,7 +185,6 @@ function! go#cmd#Run(bang, ...) abort
call go#list#JumpToFirst(l:listtype)
endif
let &makeprg = default_makeprg
endfunction
" Install installs the package by simple calling 'go install'. If any argument
@ -226,6 +226,7 @@ function! go#cmd#Install(bang, ...) abort
redraw!
finally
execute cd . fnameescape(dir)
let &makeprg = default_makeprg
endtry
let errors = go#list#Get(l:listtype)
@ -235,8 +236,6 @@ function! go#cmd#Install(bang, ...) abort
else
call go#util#EchoSuccess("installed to ". go#path#Default())
endif
let &makeprg = default_makeprg
endfunction
" Generate runs 'go generate' in similar fashion to go#cmd#Build()
@ -255,12 +254,17 @@ function! go#cmd#Generate(bang, ...) abort
let l:listtype = go#list#Type("GoGenerate")
echon "vim-go: " | echohl Identifier | echon "generating ..."| echohl None
if l:listtype == "locationlist"
silent! exe 'lmake!'
else
silent! exe 'make!'
endif
redraw!
try
if l:listtype == "locationlist"
silent! exe 'lmake!'
else
silent! exe 'make!'
endif
finally
redraw!
let &makeprg = default_makeprg
endtry
let errors = go#list#Get(l:listtype)
call go#list#Window(l:listtype, len(errors))
@ -272,7 +276,6 @@ function! go#cmd#Generate(bang, ...) abort
redraws! | echon "vim-go: " | echohl Function | echon "[generate] SUCCESS"| echohl None
endif
let &makeprg = default_makeprg
endfunction
" ---------------------

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@ -388,8 +388,9 @@ function! go#config#HighlightFunctions() abort
return get(g:, 'go_highlight_functions', 0)
endfunction
function! go#config#HighlightFunctionArguments() abort
return get(g:, 'go_highlight_function_arguments', 0)
function! go#config#HighlightFunctionParameters() abort
" fallback to highlight_function_arguments for backwards compatibility
return get(g:, 'go_highlight_function_parameters', get(g:, 'go_highlight_function_arguments', 0))
endfunction
function! go#config#HighlightFunctionCalls() abort

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@ -85,7 +85,7 @@ function! go#coverage#Clear() abort
" remove the autocmd we defined
augroup vim-go-coverage
autocmd!
autocmd! * <buffer>
augroup end
endfunction
@ -242,7 +242,7 @@ function! go#coverage#overlay(file) abort
" clear the matches if we leave the buffer
augroup vim-go-coverage
autocmd!
autocmd! * <buffer>
autocmd BufWinLeave <buffer> call go#coverage#Clear()
augroup end

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@ -30,6 +30,21 @@ function! s:groutineID() abort
endfunction
function! s:complete(job, exit_status, data) abort
let l:gotready = get(s:state, 'ready', 0)
" copy messages to a:data _only_ when dlv exited non-zero and it was never
" detected as ready (e.g. there was a compiler error).
if a:exit_status > 0 && !l:gotready
" copy messages to data so that vim-go's usual handling of errors from
" async jobs will occur.
call extend(a:data, s:state['message'])
endif
" return early instead of clearing any variables when the current job is not
" a:job
if has_key(s:state, 'job') && s:state['job'] != a:job
return
endif
if has_key(s:state, 'job')
call remove(s:state, 'job')
endif
@ -38,10 +53,11 @@ function! s:complete(job, exit_status, data) abort
call remove(s:state, 'ready')
endif
call s:clearState()
if a:exit_status > 0
call go#util#EchoError(s:state['message'])
if has_key(s:state, 'ch')
call remove(s:state, 'ch')
endif
call s:clearState()
endfunction
function! s:logger(prefix, ch, msg) abort
@ -217,8 +233,8 @@ endfunction
function! s:stop() abort
let l:res = s:call_jsonrpc('RPCServer.Detach', {'kill': v:true})
call s:clearState()
if has_key(s:state, 'job')
call go#job#Wait(s:state['job'])
call remove(s:state, 'job')
endif
@ -230,9 +246,7 @@ function! s:stop() abort
call remove(s:state, 'ch')
endif
if has_key( s:state, 'data')
call remove(s:state, 'data')
endif
call s:clearState()
endfunction
function! go#debug#Stop() abort
@ -473,7 +487,7 @@ function! s:start_cb(res) abort
exe bufwinnr(oldbuf) 'wincmd w'
augroup vim-go-debug
autocmd!
autocmd! * <buffer>
autocmd FileType go nmap <buffer> <F5> <Plug>(go-debug-continue)
autocmd FileType go nmap <buffer> <F6> <Plug>(go-debug-print)
autocmd FileType go nmap <buffer> <F9> <Plug>(go-debug-breakpoint)
@ -489,7 +503,6 @@ function! s:err_cb(ch, msg) abort
return
endif
call go#util#EchoError(a:msg)
let s:state['message'] += [a:msg]
endfunction
@ -499,7 +512,6 @@ function! s:out_cb(ch, msg) abort
return
endif
call go#util#EchoProgress(a:msg)
let s:state['message'] += [a:msg]
if stridx(a:msg, go#config#DebugAddress()) != -1
@ -572,7 +584,7 @@ function! go#debug#Start(is_test, ...) abort
" It's already running.
if has_key(s:state, 'job')
return
return s:state['job']
endif
let s:start_args = a:000
@ -634,7 +646,7 @@ function! go#debug#Start(is_test, ...) abort
let s:state['message'] = []
let l:opts = {
\ 'for': '_',
\ 'for': 'GoDebug',
\ 'statustype': 'debug',
\ 'complete': function('s:complete'),
\ }
@ -647,6 +659,8 @@ function! go#debug#Start(is_test, ...) abort
catch
call go#util#EchoError(v:exception)
endtry
return s:state['job']
endfunction
" Translate a reflect kind constant to a human string.
@ -872,7 +886,7 @@ function! go#debug#Restart() abort
call go#cmd#autowrite()
try
call go#job#Stop(s:state['job'])
call s:stop()
let l:breaks = s:state['breakpoint']
let s:state = {

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@ -7,11 +7,49 @@ function! Test_GoDebugStart_Empty() abort
endfunction
function! Test_GoDebugStart_RelativePackage() abort
call s:debug('./debugmain')
call s:debug('./debug/debugmain')
endfunction
f