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Amir Salihefendic 4 years ago
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      sources_non_forked/ale/ale_linters/json/jsonlint.vim
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      sources_non_forked/ale/ale_linters/php/langserver.vim
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      sources_non_forked/ale/autoload/ale/completion.vim
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      sources_non_forked/ale/autoload/ale/fix/registry.vim
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      sources_non_forked/ale/autoload/ale/handlers/alex.vim
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      sources_non_forked/ale/autoload/ale/handlers/languagetool.vim
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      sources_non_forked/ale/autoload/ale/handlers/sml.vim
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      sources_non_forked/ale/autoload/ale/handlers/writegood.vim
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      sources_non_forked/ale/autoload/ale/path.vim
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      sources_non_forked/ale/autoload/ale/semver.vim
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      sources_non_forked/ale/autoload/ale/sign.vim
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      sources_non_forked/ale/doc/ale-elixir.txt
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      sources_non_forked/ale/doc/ale-elm.txt
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      sources_non_forked/ale/doc/ale-json.txt
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      sources_non_forked/nerdtree/autoload/nerdtree/ui_glue.vim
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      sources_non_forked/vim-gitgutter/autoload/gitgutter/async.vim
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      sources_non_forked/vim-gitgutter/plugin/gitgutter.vim
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      sources_non_forked/vim-go/.travis.yml
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      sources_non_forked/vim-go/autoload/go/config.vim
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      sources_non_forked/vim-go/autoload/go/debug.vim
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      sources_non_forked/vim-go/autoload/go/lint.vim
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      sources_non_forked/vim-go/autoload/go/lint_test.vim
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      sources_non_forked/vim-go/autoload/go/lsp.vim
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      sources_non_forked/vim-go/autoload/go/lsp/message.vim
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      sources_non_forked/vim-go/autoload/go/path.vim
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      sources_non_forked/vim-go/autoload/go/test.vim
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      sources_non_forked/vim-go/autoload/go/test_test.vim
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      sources_non_forked/vim-go/autoload/go/uri.vim
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      sources_non_forked/vim-go/doc/vim-go.txt
  58. 13
      sources_non_forked/vim-go/ftplugin/go.vim
  59. 3
      sources_non_forked/vim-go/ftplugin/go/commands.vim
  60. 13
      sources_non_forked/vim-go/ftplugin/go/mappings.vim
  61. 2
      sources_non_forked/vim-go/plugin/go.vim
  62. 49
      sources_non_forked/vim-go/syntax/gomod.vim
  63. 2
      sources_non_forked/vim-markdown/README.md
  64. 24
      sources_non_forked/vim-markdown/after/ftplugin/markdown.vim
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      sources_non_forked/vim-markdown/ftplugin/markdown.vim
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      sources_non_forked/vim-markdown/test/vimrc
  67. 10
      sources_non_forked/vim-multiple-cursors/autoload/multiple_cursors.vim
  68. 43
      sources_non_forked/vim-multiple-cursors/spec/multiple_cursors_spec.rb
  69. 50
      sources_non_forked/vim-snippets/UltiSnips/c.snippets
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      sources_non_forked/vim-snippets/snippets/ruby.snippets
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@ -37,11 +37,22 @@ function! ale_linters#elixir#credo#Handle(buffer, lines) abort
return l:output
endfunction
function! ale_linters#elixir#credo#GetMode() abort
if get(g:, 'ale_elixir_credo_strict', 0)
return '--strict'
else
return 'suggest'
endif
endfunction
function! ale_linters#elixir#credo#GetCommand(buffer) abort
let l:project_root = ale#handlers#elixir#FindMixProjectRoot(a:buffer)
let l:mode = ale_linters#elixir#credo#GetMode()
return ale#path#CdString(l:project_root)
\ . ' mix help credo && mix credo suggest --format=flycheck --read-from-stdin %s'
\ . 'mix help credo && '
\ . 'mix credo ' . ale_linters#elixir#credo#GetMode()
\ . ' --format=flycheck --read-from-stdin %s'
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('elixir', {

@ -0,0 +1,22 @@
" Author: antew - https://github.com/antew
" Description: LSP integration for elm, currently supports diagnostics (linting)
call ale#Set('elm_lsp_executable', 'elm-lsp')
call ale#Set('elm_lsp_use_global', get(g:, 'ale_use_global_executables', 0))
function! elm_lsp#GetRootDir(buffer) abort
let l:elm_json = ale#path#FindNearestFile(a:buffer, 'elm.json')
return !empty(l:elm_json) ? fnamemodify(l:elm_json, ':p:h') : ''
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('elm', {
\ 'name': 'elm_lsp',
\ 'lsp': 'stdio',
\ 'executable': {b -> ale#node#FindExecutable(b, 'elm_lsp', [
\ 'node_modules/.bin/elm-lsp',
\ ])},
\ 'command': '%e --stdio',
\ 'project_root': function('elm_lsp#GetRootDir'),
\ 'language': 'elm'
\})

@ -1,4 +1,21 @@
" Author: KabbAmine <amine.kabb@gmail.com>
" Author: KabbAmine <amine.kabb@gmail.com>, David Sierra <https://github.com/davidsierradz>
call ale#Set('json_jsonlint_executable', 'jsonlint')
call ale#Set('json_jsonlint_use_global', get(g:, 'ale_use_global_executables', 0))
function! ale_linters#json#jsonlint#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
return ale#node#FindExecutable(a:buffer, 'json_jsonlint', [
\ 'node_modules/.bin/jsonlint',
\ 'node_modules/jsonlint/lib/cli.js',
\])
endfunction
function! ale_linters#json#jsonlint#GetCommand(buffer) abort
let l:executable = ale_linters#json#jsonlint#GetExecutable(a:buffer)
return ale#node#Executable(a:buffer, l:executable)
\ . ' --compact -'
endfunction
function! ale_linters#json#jsonlint#Handle(buffer, lines) abort
" Matches patterns like the following:
@ -19,8 +36,8 @@ endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('json', {
\ 'name': 'jsonlint',
\ 'executable': 'jsonlint',
\ 'executable': function('ale_linters#json#jsonlint#GetExecutable'),
\ 'output_stream': 'stderr',
\ 'command': 'jsonlint --compact -',
\ 'command': function('ale_linters#json#jsonlint#GetCommand'),
\ 'callback': 'ale_linters#json#jsonlint#Handle',
\})

@ -0,0 +1,5 @@
" Author: Vincent (wahrwolf [ät] wolfpit.net)
" Description: languagetool for mails
call ale#handlers#languagetool#DefineLinter('mail')

@ -0,0 +1,5 @@
" Author: Vincent (wahrwolf [ät] wolfpit.net)
" Description: languagetool for markdown files
call ale#handlers#languagetool#DefineLinter('markdown')

@ -5,6 +5,12 @@ call ale#Set('php_langserver_executable', 'php-language-server.php')
call ale#Set('php_langserver_use_global', get(g:, 'ale_use_global_executables', 0))
function! ale_linters#php#langserver#GetProjectRoot(buffer) abort
let l:composer_path = ale#path#FindNearestFile(a:buffer, 'composer.json')
if (!empty(l:composer_path))
return fnamemodify(l:composer_path, ':h')
endif
let l:git_path = ale#path#FindNearestDirectory(a:buffer, '.git')
return !empty(l:git_path) ? fnamemodify(l:git_path, ':h:h') : ''

@ -0,0 +1,4 @@
" Author: Vincent (wahrwolf [ät] wolfpit.net)
" Description: languagetool for text files
call ale#handlers#languagetool#DefineLinter('text')

@ -39,6 +39,9 @@ let s:LSP_COMPLETION_COLOR_KIND = 16
let s:LSP_COMPLETION_FILE_KIND = 17
let s:LSP_COMPLETION_REFERENCE_KIND = 18
let s:LSP_INSERT_TEXT_FORMAT_PLAIN = 1
let s:LSP_INSERT_TEXT_FORMAT_SNIPPET = 2
let s:lisp_regex = '\v[a-zA-Z_\-][a-zA-Z_\-0-9]*$'
" Regular expressions for checking the characters in the line before where
@ -165,14 +168,18 @@ function! s:ReplaceCompletionOptions() abort
let &l:omnifunc = 'ale#completion#OmniFunc'
if !exists('b:ale_old_completopt')
let b:ale_old_completopt = &l:completeopt
endif
let l:info = get(b:, 'ale_completion_info', {})
if &l:completeopt =~# 'preview'
let &l:completeopt = 'menu,menuone,preview,noselect,noinsert'
else
let &l:completeopt = 'menu,menuone,noselect,noinsert'
if !get(l:info, 'manual')
if !exists('b:ale_old_completeopt')
let b:ale_old_completeopt = &l:completeopt
endif
if &l:completeopt =~# 'preview'
let &l:completeopt = 'menu,menuone,preview,noselect,noinsert'
else
let &l:completeopt = 'menu,menuone,noselect,noinsert'
endif
endif
endfunction
@ -186,9 +193,9 @@ function! ale#completion#RestoreCompletionOptions() abort
unlet b:ale_old_omnifunc
endif
if exists('b:ale_old_completopt')
let &l:completeopt = b:ale_old_completopt
unlet b:ale_old_completopt
if exists('b:ale_old_completeopt')
let &l:completeopt = b:ale_old_completeopt
unlet b:ale_old_completeopt
endif
endfunction
@ -346,7 +353,14 @@ function! ale#completion#ParseLSPCompletions(response) abort
continue
endif
let l:word = matchstr(l:item.label, '\v^[^(]+')
if get(l:item, 'insertTextFormat') is s:LSP_INSERT_TEXT_FORMAT_PLAIN
\&& type(get(l:item, 'textEdit')) is v:t_dict
let l:text = l:item.textEdit.newText
else
let l:text = l:item.label
endif
let l:word = matchstr(l:text, '\v^[^(]+')
if empty(l:word)
continue
@ -385,10 +399,10 @@ function! ale#completion#ParseLSPCompletions(response) abort
endfor
if has_key(l:info, 'prefix')
return ale#completion#Filter(l:buffer, &filetype, l:results, l:info.prefix)
let l:results = ale#completion#Filter(l:buffer, &filetype, l:results, l:info.prefix)
endif
return l:results
return l:results[: g:ale_completion_max_suggestions - 1]
endfunction
function! ale#completion#HandleTSServerResponse(conn_id, response) abort
@ -503,22 +517,14 @@ function! s:OnReady(linter, lsp_details) abort
endif
endfunction
function! ale#completion#GetCompletions() abort
if !g:ale_completion_enabled
return
endif
call ale#completion#AlwaysGetCompletions(1)
endfunction
" This function can be used to manually trigger autocomplete, even when
" g:ale_completion_enabled is set to false
function! ale#completion#AlwaysGetCompletions(need_prefix) abort
function! ale#completion#GetCompletions(manual) abort
let [l:line, l:column] = getpos('.')[1:2]
let l:prefix = ale#completion#GetPrefix(&filetype, l:line, l:column)
if a:need_prefix && empty(l:prefix)
if !a:manual && empty(l:prefix)
return
endif
@ -531,6 +537,7 @@ function! ale#completion#AlwaysGetCompletions(need_prefix) abort
\ 'prefix': l:prefix,
\ 'conn_id': 0,
\ 'request_id': 0,
\ 'manual': a:manual,
\}
let l:buffer = bufnr('')
@ -544,6 +551,10 @@ function! ale#completion#AlwaysGetCompletions(need_prefix) abort
endfunction
function! s:TimerHandler(...) abort
if !g:ale_completion_enabled
return
endif
let s:timer_id = -1
let [l:line, l:column] = getpos('.')[1:2]
@ -551,7 +562,7 @@ function! s:TimerHandler(...) abort
" When running the timer callback, we have to be sure that the cursor
" hasn't moved from where it was when we requested completions by typing.
if s:timer_pos == [l:line, l:column] && ale#util#Mode() is# 'i'
call ale#completion#GetCompletions()
call ale#completion#GetCompletions(0)
endif
endfunction

@ -142,8 +142,8 @@ let s:default_registry = {
\ },
\ 'clang-format': {
\ 'function': 'ale#fixers#clangformat#Fix',
\ 'suggested_filetypes': ['c', 'cpp'],
\ 'description': 'Fix C/C++ files with clang-format.',
\ 'suggested_filetypes': ['c', 'cpp', 'cuda'],
\ 'description': 'Fix C/C++ and cuda files with clang-format.',
\ },
\ 'cmakeformat': {
\ 'function': 'ale#fixers#cmakeformat#Fix',

@ -1,3 +1,4 @@
scriptencoding utf-8
" Author: Johannes Wienke <languitar@semipol.de>
" Description: Error handling for errors in alex output format
@ -44,8 +45,8 @@ function! ale#handlers#alex#DefineLinter(filetype, flags) abort
call ale#linter#Define(a:filetype, {
\ 'name': 'alex',
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale#handlers#alex#GetExecutable',
\ 'command_callback': ale#handlers#alex#CreateCommandCallback(a:flags),
\ 'executable': function('ale#handlers#alex#GetExecutable'),
\ 'command': ale#handlers#alex#CreateCommandCallback(a:flags),
\ 'output_stream': 'stderr',
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#alex#Handle',
\ 'lint_file': 1,

@ -0,0 +1,74 @@
" Author: Vincent (wahrwolf [at] wolfpit.net)
" Description: languagetool for markdown files
"
call ale#Set('languagetool_executable', 'languagetool')
function! ale#handlers#languagetool#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
return ale#Var(a:buffer, 'languagetool_executable')
endfunction
function! ale#handlers#languagetool#GetCommand(buffer) abort
let l:executable = ale#handlers#languagetool#GetExecutable(a:buffer)
return ale#Escape(l:executable) . ' --autoDetect %s'
endfunction
function! ale#handlers#languagetool#HandleOutput(buffer, lines) abort
" Match lines like:
" 1.) Line 5, column 1, Rule ID:
let l:head_pattern = '^\v.+.\) Line (\d+), column (\d+), Rule ID. (.+)$'
let l:head_matches = ale#util#GetMatches(a:lines, l:head_pattern)
" Match lines like:
" Message: Did you forget a comma after a conjunctive/linking adverb?
let l:message_pattern = '^\vMessage. (.+)$'
let l:message_matches = ale#util#GetMatches(a:lines, l:message_pattern)
" Match lines like:
" ^^^^^ "
let l:markers_pattern = '^\v *(\^+) *$'
let l:markers_matches = ale#util#GetMatches(a:lines, l:markers_pattern)
let l:output = []
" Okay tbh I was to lazy to figure out a smarter solution here
" We just check that the arrays are same sized and merge everything
" together
let l:i = 0
while l:i < len(l:head_matches)
\ && (
\ (len(l:head_matches) == len(l:markers_matches))
\ && (len(l:head_matches) == len(l:message_matches))
\ )
let l:item = {
\ 'lnum' : str2nr(l:head_matches[l:i][1]),
\ 'col' : str2nr(l:head_matches[l:i][2]),
\ 'end_col' : str2nr(l:head_matches[l:i][2]) + len(l:markers_matches[l:i][1])-1,
\ 'type' : 'W',
\ 'code' : l:head_matches[l:i][3],
\ 'text' : l:message_matches[l:i][1]
\}
call add(l:output, l:item)
let l:i+=1
endwhile
return l:output
endfunction
" Define the languagetool linter for a given filetype.
" TODO:
" - Add language detection settings based on user env (for mothertongue)
" - Add fixer
" - Add config options for rules
function! ale#handlers#languagetool#DefineLinter(filetype) abort
call ale#linter#Define(a:filetype, {
\ 'name': 'languagetool',
\ 'executable': function('ale#handlers#languagetool#GetExecutable'),
\ 'command': function('ale#handlers#languagetool#GetCommand'),
\ 'output_stream': 'stdout',
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#languagetool#HandleOutput',
\ 'lint_file': 1,
\})
endfunction

@ -60,7 +60,7 @@ function! ale#handlers#rust#HandleRustErrors(buffer, lines) abort
\ 'lnum': l:span.line_start,
\ 'end_lnum': l:span.line_end,
\ 'col': l:span.column_start,
\ 'end_col': l:span.column_end,
\ 'end_col': l:span.column_end-1,
\ 'text': empty(l:span.label) ? l:error.message : printf('%s: %s', l:error.message, l:span.label),
\ 'type': toupper(l:error.level[0]),
\})

@ -26,7 +26,6 @@ function! ale#handlers#sml#GetCmFile(buffer) abort
endfunction
" Only one of smlnj or smlnj-cm can be enabled at a time.
" executable_callback is called before *every* lint attempt
function! s:GetExecutable(buffer, source) abort
if ale#handlers#sml#GetCmFile(a:buffer) is# ''
" No CM file found; only allow single-file mode to be enabled

@ -65,8 +65,8 @@ function! ale#handlers#writegood#DefineLinter(filetype) abort
call ale#linter#Define(a:filetype, {
\ 'name': 'writegood',
\ 'aliases': ['write-good'],
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale#handlers#writegood#GetExecutable',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale#handlers#writegood#GetCommand',
\ 'executable': function('ale#handlers#writegood#GetExecutable'),
\ 'command': function('ale#handlers#writegood#GetCommand'),
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#writegood#Handle',
\})
endfunction

@ -205,10 +205,13 @@ function! ale#path#FromURI(uri) abort
let l:encoded_path = a:uri
endif
let l:path = ale#uri#Decode(l:encoded_path)
" If the path is like /C:/foo/bar, it should be C:\foo\bar instead.
if l:encoded_path =~# '^/[a-zA-Z]:'
let l:encoded_path = substitute(l:encoded_path[1:], '/', '\\', 'g')
if has('win32') && l:path =~# '^/[a-zA-Z][:|]'
let l:path = substitute(l:path[1:], '/', '\\', 'g')
let l:path = l:path[0] . ':' . l:path[2:]
endif
return ale#uri#Decode(l:encoded_path)
return l:path
endfunction

@ -14,10 +14,10 @@ function! ale#semver#GetVersion(executable, version_lines) abort
let l:version = get(s:version_cache, a:executable, [])
for l:line in a:version_lines
let l:match = matchlist(l:line, '\v(\d+)\.(\d+)\.?(\d?)')
let l:match = matchlist(l:line, '\v(\d+)\.(\d+)(\.(\d+))?')
if !empty(l:match)
let l:version = [l:match[1] + 0, l:match[2] + 0, l:match[3] + 0]
let l:version = [l:match[1] + 0, l:match[2] + 0, l:match[4] + 0]
let s:version_cache[a:executable] = l:version
break

@ -64,16 +64,21 @@ if !hlexists('ALESignColumnWithoutErrors')
call ale#sign#SetUpDefaultColumnWithoutErrorsHighlight()
endif
" Spaces and backslashes need to be escaped for signs.
function! s:EscapeSignText(sign_text) abort
return substitute(a:sign_text, '\\\| ', '\\\0', 'g')
endfunction
" Signs show up on the left for error markers.
execute 'sign define ALEErrorSign text=' . g:ale_sign_error
execute 'sign define ALEErrorSign text=' . s:EscapeSignText(g:ale_sign_error)
\ . ' texthl=ALEErrorSign linehl=ALEErrorLine'
execute 'sign define ALEStyleErrorSign text=' . g:ale_sign_style_error
execute 'sign define ALEStyleErrorSign text=' . s:EscapeSignText(g:ale_sign_style_error)
\ . ' texthl=ALEStyleErrorSign linehl=ALEErrorLine'
execute 'sign define ALEWarningSign text=' . g:ale_sign_warning
execute 'sign define ALEWarningSign text=' . s:EscapeSignText(g:ale_sign_warning)
\ . ' texthl=ALEWarningSign linehl=ALEWarningLine'
execute 'sign define ALEStyleWarningSign text=' . g:ale_sign_style_warning
execute 'sign define ALEStyleWarningSign text=' . s:EscapeSignText(g:ale_sign_style_warning)
\ . ' texthl=ALEStyleWarningSign linehl=ALEWarningLine'
execute 'sign define ALEInfoSign text=' . g:ale_sign_info
execute 'sign define ALEInfoSign text=' . s:EscapeSignText(g:ale_sign_info)
\ . ' texthl=ALEInfoSign linehl=ALEInfoLine'
sign define ALEDummySign

@ -21,5 +21,12 @@ g:ale_cuda_nvcc_options *g:ale_cuda_nvcc_options*
This variable can be changed to modify flags given to nvcc.
===============================================================================
clang-format *ale-cuda-clangformat*
See |ale-c-clangformat| for information about the available options.
Note that the C options are also used for cuda.
===============================================================================
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@ -72,6 +72,18 @@ g:ale_elixir_elixir_ls_config *g:ale_elixir_elixir_ls_config*
\ }
<
Consult the ElixirLS documentation for more information about settings.
===============================================================================
credo *ale-elixir-credo*
Credo (https://github.com/rrrene/credo)
g:ale_elixir_credo_strict *g:ale_elixir_credo_strict*
Type: Integer
Default: 0
Tells credo to run in strict mode or suggest mode. Set variable to 1 to
enable --strict mode.
===============================================================================
vim:tw=78:ts=2:sts=2:sw=2:ft=help:norl:

@ -28,6 +28,24 @@ g:ale_elm_format_options *g:ale_elm_format_options*
This variable can be set to pass additional options to elm-format.
===============================================================================
elm-lsp *ale-elm-elm-lsp*
g:ale_elm_lsp_executable *g:ale_elm_lsp_executable*
*b:ale_elm_lsp_executable*
Type: |String|
Default: `'elm-lsp'`
See |ale-integrations-local-executables|
g:ale_elm_lsp_use_global *g:ale_elm_lsp_use_global*
*b:ale_elm_lsp_use_global*
Type: |Number|
Default: `get(g:, 'ale_use_global_executables', 0)`
See |ale-integrations-local-executables|
===============================================================================
elm-make *ale-elm-elm-make*

@ -52,7 +52,21 @@ g:ale_json_fixjson_use_global *g:ale_json_fixjson_use_global*
===============================================================================
jsonlint *ale-json-jsonlint*
There are no options available.
g:ale_json_jsonlint_executable *g:ale_json_jsonlint_executable*
*b:ale_json_jsonlint_executable*
Type: |String|
Default: `'jsonlint'`
The executable that will be run for jsonlint.
g:ale_json_jsonlint_use_global *g:ale_json_jsonlint_use_global*
*b:ale_json_jsonlint_use_global*
Type: |Number|
Default: `get(g:, 'ale_use_global_executables', 0)`
See |ale-integrations-local-executables|
===============================================================================

@ -118,6 +118,7 @@ Notes:
* `mix`!!
* Elm
* `elm-format`
* `elm-lsp`
* `elm-make`
* Erb
* `erb`
@ -241,12 +242,14 @@ Notes:
* `luacheck`
* Mail
* `alex`!!
* `languagetool`!!
* `proselint`
* `vale`
* Make
* `checkmake`
* Markdown
* `alex`!!
* `languagetool`!!
* `markdownlint`!!
* `mdl`
* `prettier`
@ -417,6 +420,7 @@ Notes:
* `write-good`
* Text^
* `alex`!!
* `languagetool`!!
* `proselint`
* `redpen`
* `textlint`

@ -22,8 +22,9 @@ CONTENTS *ale-contents*
6.1 Highlights........................|ale-highlights|
7. Linter/Fixer Options.................|ale-integration-options|
7.1 Options for alex..................|ale-alex-options|
7.2 Options for write-good............|ale-write-good-options|
7.3 Other Linter/Fixer Options........|ale-other-integration-options|
7.2 Options for languagetool..........|ale-languagetool-options|
7.3 Options for write-good............|ale-write-good-options|
7.4 Other Linter/Fixer Options........|ale-other-integration-options|
8. Commands/Keybinds....................|ale-commands|
9. API..................................|ale-api|
10. Special Thanks......................|ale-special-thanks|
@ -103,6 +104,7 @@ ALE supports the following key features for linting:
stylelint...........................|ale-css-stylelint|
cuda..................................|ale-cuda-options|
nvcc................................|ale-cuda-nvcc|
clang-format........................|ale-cuda-clangformat|
d.....................................|ale-d-options|
dls.................................|ale-d-dls|
uncrustify..........................|ale-d-uncrustify|
@ -117,8 +119,10 @@ ALE supports the following key features for linting:
mix_format..........................|ale-elixir-mix-format|
dialyxir............................|ale-elixir-dialyxir|
elixir-ls...........................|ale-elixir-elixir-ls|
credo...............................|ale-elixir-credo|
elm...................................|ale-elm-options|
elm-format..........................|ale-elm-elm-format|
elm-lsp.............................|ale-elm-elm-lsp|
elm-make............................|ale-elm-elm-make|
erlang................................|ale-erlang-options|
erlc................................|ale-erlang-erlc|
@ -699,13 +703,13 @@ 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-completion-completeopt-bug*
ALE implements completion as you type by temporarily adjusting |completeopt|
before opening the omnicomplete menu with <C-x><C-o>. In some versions of Vim,
the value set for the option will not be respected. If you experience issues
with Vim automatically inserting text while you type, set the following option
in vimrc, and your issues should go away. >
Automatic completion replaces |completeopt| before opening the omnicomplete
menu with <C-x><C-o>. In some versions of Vim, the value set for the option
will not be respected. If you experience issues with Vim automatically
inserting text while you type, set the following option in vimrc, and your
issues should go away. >
set completeopt=menu,menuone,preview,noselect,noinsert
<
@ -2136,7 +2140,19 @@ g:ale_alex_use_global *g:ale_alex_use_global*
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
7.2. Options for write-good *ale-write-good-options*
7.2. Options for languagetool *ale-languagetool-options*
g:ale_languagetool_executable *g:ale_languagetool_executable*
*b:ale_languagetool_executable*
Type: |String|
Default: `'languagetool'`
The executable to run for languagetool.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
7.3. Options for write-good *ale-write-good-options*
The options for `write-good` are shared between all filetypes, so options can
be configured once.
@ -2166,7 +2182,7 @@ g:ale_writegood_use_global *g:ale_writegood_use_global*
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
7.3. Other Linter/Fixer Options *ale-other-integration-options*
7.4. Other Linter/Fixer Options *ale-other-integration-options*
ALE supports a very wide variety of tools. Other linter or fixer options are
documented in additional help files.
@ -2227,6 +2243,7 @@ documented in additional help files.
stylelint.............................|ale-css-stylelint|
cuda....................................|ale-cuda-options|
nvcc..................................|ale-cuda-nvcc|
clang-format..........................|ale-cuda-clangformat|
d.......................................|ale-d-options|
dls...................................|ale-d-dls|
uncrustify............................|ale-d-uncrustify|
@ -2241,8 +2258,10 @@ documented in additional help files.
mix_format............................|ale-elixir-mix-format|
dialyxir..............................|ale-elixir-dialyxir|
elixir-ls.............................|ale-elixir-elixir-ls|
credo.................................|ale-elixir-credo|
elm.....................................|ale-elm-options|
elm-format............................|ale-elm-elm-format|
elm-lsp...............................|ale-elm-elm-lsp|
elm-make..............................|ale-elm-elm-make|
erlang..................................|ale-erlang-options|
erlc..................................|ale-erlang-erlc|

@ -216,7 +216,7 @@ 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(0)
command! -bar ALEComplete :call ale#completion#GetCompletions(1)
" <Plug> mappings for commands
nnoremap <silent> <Plug>(ale_previous) :ALEPrevious<Return>

@ -127,6 +127,7 @@ formatting.
* [mix](https://hexdocs.pm/mix/Mix.html) :warning: :floppy_disk:
* Elm
* [elm-format](https://github.com/avh4/elm-format)
* [elm-lsp](https://github.com/antew/elm-lsp)
* [elm-make](https://github.com/elm-lang/elm-make)
* Erb
* [erb](https://apidock.com/ruby/ERB)
@ -250,12 +251,14 @@ formatting.
* [luacheck](https://github.com/mpeterv/luacheck)
* Mail
* [alex](https://github.com/wooorm/alex) :floppy_disk:
* [languagetool](https://languagetool.org/) :floppy_disk:
* [proselint](http://proselint.com/)
* [vale](https://github.com/ValeLint/vale)
* Make
* [checkmake](https://github.com/mrtazz/checkmake)
* Markdown
* [alex](https://github.com/wooorm/alex) :floppy_disk:
* [languagetool](https://languagetool.org/) :floppy_disk:
* [markdownlint](https://github.com/DavidAnson/markdownlint) :floppy_disk:
* [mdl](https://github.com/mivok/markdownlint)
* [prettier](https://github.com/prettier/prettier)
@ -426,6 +429,7 @@ formatting.
* [write-good](https://github.com/btford/write-good)
* Text
* [alex](https://github.com/wooorm/alex) :warning: :floppy_disk:
* [languagetool](https://languagetool.org/) :floppy_disk:
* [proselint](http://proselint.com/) :warning:
* [redpen](http://redpen.cc/) :warning:
* [textlint](https://textlint.github.io/) :warning:

@ -492,8 +492,7 @@ function! s:openNodeRecursively(node)
call nerdtree#echo("Recursively opening node. Please wait...")
call a:node.openRecursively()
call b:NERDTree.render()
redraw
call nerdtree#echo("Recursively opening node. Please wait... DONE")
redraw!
endfunction
" FUNCTION: s:previewBookmark(bookmark) {{{1
@ -544,9 +543,8 @@ function! s:refreshRoot()
call nerdtree#exec(g:NERDTree.GetWinNum() . "wincmd w")
call b:NERDTree.root.refresh()
call b:NERDTree.render()
redraw
redraw!
call nerdtree#exec(l:curWin . "wincmd w")
call nerdtree#echo("Refreshing the root node. This could take a while... DONE")
endfunction
" FUNCTION: s:refreshCurrent(node) {{{1
@ -560,8 +558,7 @@ function! s:refreshCurrent(node)
call nerdtree#echo("Refreshing node. This could take a while...")
call node.refresh()
call b:NERDTree.render()
redraw
call nerdtree#echo("Refreshing node. This could take a while... DONE")
redraw!
endfunction
" FUNCTION: nerdtree#ui_glue#setupCommands() {{{1

@ -564,7 +564,11 @@ endfunction
" Args:
" path: the other path obj to compare this with
function! s:Path.equals(path)
return self.str() ==# a:path.str()
if nerdtree#runningWindows()
return self.str() ==? a:path.str()
else
return self.str() ==# a:path.str()
endif
endfunction
" FUNCTION: Path.New(pathStr) {{{1

@ -432,9 +432,7 @@ function! s:TreeDirNode._initChildren(silent)
call self.sortChildren()
if !a:silent && len(files) > g:NERDTreeNotificationThreshold
call nerdtree#echo("Please wait, caching a large dir ... DONE (". self.getChildCount() ." nodes cached).")
endif
redraw!
if invalidFilesFound
call nerdtree#echoWarning(invalidFilesFound . " file(s) could not be loaded into the NERD tree")

@ -60,8 +60,10 @@ function! s:on_stdout_nvim(_job_id, data, _event) dict abort
endif
endfunction
function! s:on_stderr_nvim(_job_id, _data, _event) dict abort
call self.handler.err(self.buffer)
function! s:on_stderr_nvim(_job_id, data, _event) dict abort
if a:data != [''] " With Neovim there is always [''] reported on stderr.
call self.handler.err(self.buffer)
endif
endfunction
function! s:on_exit_nvim(_job_id, exit_code, _event) dict abort

@ -171,17 +171,17 @@ endfunction
function! gitgutter#hunk#stage() abort
call s:hunk_op(function('s:stage'))
silent! call repeat#set("\<Plug>GitGutterStageHunk", -1)<CR>
silent! call repeat#set("\<Plug>GitGutterStageHunk", -1)
endfunction
function! gitgutter#hunk#undo() abort
call s:hunk_op(function('s:undo'))
silent! call repeat#set("\<Plug>GitGutterUndoHunk", -1)<CR>
silent! call repeat#set("\<Plug>GitGutterUndoHunk", -1)
endfunction
function! gitgutter#hunk#preview() abort
call s:hunk_op(function('s:preview'))
silent! call repeat#set("\<Plug>GitGutterPreviewHunk", -1)<CR>
silent! call repeat#set("\<Plug>GitGutterPreviewHunk", -1)
endfunction

@ -212,9 +212,16 @@ augroup gitgutter
" vim -o file1 file2
autocmd VimEnter * if winnr() != winnr('$') | call gitgutter#all(0) | endif
autocmd FocusGained,ShellCmdPost * call gitgutter#all(1)
autocmd ShellCmdPost * call gitgutter#all(1)
autocmd BufLeave term://* call gitgutter#all(1)
" Handle all buffers when focus is gained, but only after it was lost.
" FocusGained gets triggered on startup with Neovim at least already.
" Therefore this tracks also if it was lost before.
let s:focus_was_lost = 0
autocmd FocusGained * if s:focus_was_lost | let focus_was_lost = 0 | call gitgutter#all(1) | endif
autocmd FocusLost * let s:focus_was_lost = 1
if exists('##VimResume')
autocmd VimResume * call gitgutter#all(1)
endif

@ -1,4 +1,5 @@
.local/
.config/
.cache/
.dlv/
.git/

@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
language: go
go:
- 1.11.x
- 1.12.1
notifications:
email: false
matrix:

@ -1,7 +1,17 @@
## unplanned
FEATURES:
* ***gopls support!***
* use gopls for autocompletion by default in Vim8 and Neovim.
* use gopls for `:GoDef` by setting `g:go_def_mode='gopls'`.
* Add support for golangci-lint.
* set `g:go_metalinter_command='golanci-lint'` to use golangci-lint instead
of gometalinter.
* New `:GoDefType` command to jump to a type definition from an instance of the
type.
BACKWARDS INCOMPATABILITIES:
* g:go_highlight_function_arguments is renamed to g:go_highlight_function_parameters
* `g:go_highlight_function_arguments` is renamed to `g:go_highlight_function_parameters`
[[GH-2117]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2117)
IMPROVEMENTS:
@ -19,12 +29,12 @@ 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.
* 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)
* Support undo_ftplugin, make most autocmd's buffer-local, and only do the bare
minimum based on file names alone.
* Support `'undo_ftplugin'`, make most autocmds buffer-local, and only do the
bare minimum based on file names alone.
[[GH-2108]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2108)
* Write a message when `:GoInfo` can't display any results when `g:go_info_mode='gocode'`.
[[GH-2122]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2122)
@ -35,8 +45,21 @@ IMPROVEMENTS:
* Run `godef` from the current buffer's directory to make sure it works with modules.
[[GH-2150]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2150)
* Add a function, `go#tool#DescribeBalloon`, to show information in a balloon
with `'balloonexpr`. (Vim8 only).
with `'balloonexpr'`. (Vim8 only).
[[GH-1975]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/1975)
* Add initial support for `gopls`.
[[GH-2163]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2163).
* Add `:GoDefType` to jump to the type definition of the identifier under the
cursor.
[[GH-2165]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2165)
* Notify gopls about changes.
[[GH-2171]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2171)
* Respect `g:go_jump_to_error` when running `gometalinter` automatically on
save. [[GH-2176]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2176)
* Use gopls for code completion by default in Vim8 and Neovim.
[[GH-2172]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2172)
* Add support for golangci-lint.
[[GH-2182]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2182)
BUG FIXES:
* Fix opening of non-existent file from `:GoDeclsDir` when the current
@ -55,10 +78,10 @@ BUG FIXES:
[[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)
* Fix lockup in Neovim when trying to run `:GoDebugTest` when there are no tests.
[[GH-2125]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2125)
* Highlight return parameter types when g:go_highlight_function_arguments is
set. [[GH-2116]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2116)
* Fix lockup in Neovim when trying to run `:GoDebugTest` when there are no
tests. [[GH-2125]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2125)
* Keep track of breakpoints correctly when buffer is edited after breakpoints
are set.
[[GH-2126]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2126)
@ -66,6 +89,10 @@ BUG FIXES:
[[GH-2127]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2127)
* Fix jumping to module or package using godef.
[[GH-2141]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2141)
* Fix errors caused by redefining functions within functions.
[[GH-2189]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2189)
* Highlight pre-release and metadata in versions in go.mod.
[[GH-2192]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/2192)
## 1.19 - (November 4, 2018)
@ -80,7 +107,7 @@ FEATURES:
* Auto format on save feature for `:GoModFmt`, enabled automatically. Can be
toggled of with the setting `g:go_mod_fmt_autosave` or with the command:
`GoModFmtAutoSaveToggle`
[[GH-1931]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/1931)
[[GH-1931]](https://github.com/fatih/vim-go/pull/1931)
IMPROVEMENTS:
* Unify async job handling for Vim8 and Neovim.

@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
FROM golang:1.11
FROM golang:1.12.1
RUN apt-get update -y && \
apt-get install -y build-essential curl git libncurses5-dev python3-pip && \

@ -1,6 +1,6 @@
VIMS ?= vim-7.4 vim-8.0 nvim
all: install test lint
all: install lint test
install:
@echo "==> Installing Vims: $(VIMS)"

@ -13,7 +13,7 @@ This plugin adds Go language support for Vim, with the following main features:
* Quickly execute your current file(s) with `:GoRun`.
* Improved syntax highlighting and folding.
* Debug programs with integrated `delve` support with `:GoDebugStart`.
* Completion support via `gocode`.
* Completion support via `gocode` and `gopls`.
* `gofmt` or `goimports` on save keeps the cursor position and undo history.
* Go to symbol/declaration with `:GoDef`.
* Look up documentation with `:GoDoc` or `:GoDocBrowser`.

@ -65,7 +65,7 @@ function! go#auto#metalinter_autosave()
endif
" run gometalinter on save
call go#lint#Gometa(0, 1)
call go#lint#Gometa(!g:go_jump_to_error, 1)
endfunction
function! go#auto#modfmt_autosave()

@ -219,12 +219,22 @@ function! s:trim_bracket(val) abort
return a:val
endfunction
let s:completions = ""
function! go#complete#Complete(findstart, base) abort
let s:completions = []
function! go#complete#GocodeComplete(findstart, base) abort
"findstart = 1 when we need to get the text length
if a:findstart == 1
execute "silent let s:completions = " . s:gocodeAutocomplete()
return col('.') - s:completions[0] - 1
let l:completions = []
execute "silent let l:completions = " . s:gocodeAutocomplete()
if len(l:completions) == 0 || len(l:completions) >= 2 && len(l:completions[1]) == 0
" no matches. cancel and leave completion mode.
call go#util#EchoInfo("no matches")
return -3
endif
let s:completions = l:completions[1]
return col('.') - l:completions[0] - 1
"findstart = 0 when we need to return the list of completions
else
let s = getline(".")[col('.') - 1]
@ -236,6 +246,36 @@ function! go#complete#Complete(findstart, base) abort
endif
endfunction
function! go#complete#Complete(findstart, base) abort
let l:state = {'done': 0, 'matches': []}
function! s:handler(state, matches) abort dict
let a:state.matches = a:matches
let a:state.done = 1
endfunction
"findstart = 1 when we need to get the start of the match
if a:findstart == 1
call go#lsp#Completion(expand('%:p'), line('.'), col('.'), funcref('s:handler', [l:state]))
while !l:state.done
sleep 10m
endwhile
let s:completions = l:state.matches
if len(l:state.matches) == 0
" no matches. cancel and leave completion mode.
call go#util#EchoInfo("no matches")
return -3
endif
return col('.')
else "findstart = 0 when we need to return the list of completions
return s:completions
endif
endfunction
function! go#complete#ToggleAutoTypeInfo() abort
if go#config#AutoTypeInfo()
call go#config#SetAutoTypeInfo(0)

@ -210,6 +210,12 @@ function! go#config#DebugCommands() abort
return g:go_debug_commands
endfunction
function! go#config#LspLog() abort
" make sure g:go_lsp_log is set so that it can be added to easily.
let g:go_lsp_log = get(g:, 'go_lsp_log', [])
return g:go_lsp_log
endfunction
function! go#config#SetDebugDiag(value) abort
let g:go_debug_diag = a:value
endfunction
@ -235,15 +241,27 @@ function! go#config#SetTemplateAutocreate(value) abort
endfunction
function! go#config#MetalinterCommand() abort
return get(g:, "go_metalinter_command", "")
return get(g:, "go_metalinter_command", "gometalinter")
endfunction
function! go#config#MetalinterAutosaveEnabled() abort
return get(g:, 'go_metalinter_autosave_enabled', ['vet', 'golint'])
let l:default_enabled = ["vet", "golint"]
if go#config#MetalinterCommand() == "golangci-lint"
let l:default_enabled = ["govet", "golint"]
endif
return get(g:, "go_metalinter_autosave_enabled", default_enabled)
endfunction
function! go#config#MetalinterEnabled() abort
return get(g:, "go_metalinter_enabled", ['vet', 'golint', 'errcheck'])
let l:default_enabled = ["vet", "golint", "errcheck"]
if go#config#MetalinterCommand() == "golangci-lint"
let l:default_enabled = ["govet", "golint"]
endif
return get(g:, "go_metalinter_enabled", default_enabled)
endfunction
function! go#config#MetalinterDisabled() abort
@ -444,7 +462,6 @@ function! go#config#EchoGoInfo() abort
return get(g:, "go_echo_go_info", 1)
endfunction
" Set the default value. A value of "1" is a shortcut for this, for
" compatibility reasons.
if exists("g:go_gorename_prefill") && g:go_gorename_prefill == 1

@ -507,23 +507,7 @@ function! s:out_cb(ch, msg) abort
if has('nvim')
let s:state['data'] = []
let l:state = {'databuf': ''}
function! s:on_data(ch, data, event) dict abort closure
let l:data = self.databuf
for msg in a:data
let l:data .= l:msg
endfor
try
let l:res = json_decode(l:data)
let s:state['data'] = add(s:state['data'], l:res)
let self.databuf = ''
catch
" there isn't a complete message in databuf: buffer l:data and try
" again when more data comes in.
let self.databuf = l:data
finally
endtry
endfunction
" explicitly bind callback to state so that within it, self will
" always refer to state. See :help Partial for more information.
let l:state.on_data = function('s:on_data', [], l:state)
@ -560,6 +544,24 @@ function! s:out_cb(ch, msg) abort
endif
endfunction
function! s:on_data(ch, data, event) dict abort
let l:data = self.databuf
for l:msg in a:data
let l:data .= l:msg
endfor
try
let l:res = json_decode(l:data)
let s:state['data'] = add(s:state['data'], l:res)
let self.databuf = ''
catch
" there isn't a complete message in databuf: buffer l:data and try
" again when more data comes in.
let self.databuf = l:data
finally
endtry
endfunction
" Start the debug mode. The first argument is the package name to compile and
" debug, anything else will be passed to the running program.
function! go#debug#Start(is_test, ...) abort

@ -5,7 +5,7 @@ set cpo&vim
let s:go_stack = []
let s:go_stack_level = 0
function! go#def#Jump(mode) abort
function! go#def#Jump(mode, type) abort
let fname = fnamemodify(expand("%"), ':p:gs?\\?/?')
" so guru right now is slow for some people. previously we were using
@ -65,8 +65,18 @@ function! go#def#Jump(mode) abort
else
let [l:out, l:err] = go#util#ExecInDir(l:cmd)
endif
elseif bin_name == 'gopls'
let [l:line, l:col] = getpos('.')[1:2]
" delegate to gopls, with an empty job object and an exit status of 0
" (they're irrelevant for gopls).
if a:type
call go#lsp#TypeDef(l:fname, l:line, l:col, function('s:jump_to_declaration_cb', [a:mode, 'gopls', {}, 0]))
else
call go#lsp#Definition(l:fname, l:line, l:col, function('s:jump_to_declaration_cb', [a:mode, 'gopls', {}, 0]))
endif
return
else
call go#util#EchoError('go_def_mode value: '. bin_name .' is not valid. Valid values are: [godef, guru]')
call go#util#EchoError('go_def_mode value: '. bin_name .' is not valid. Valid values are: [godef, guru, gopls]')
return
endif
@ -85,15 +95,19 @@ function! s:jump_to_declaration_cb(mode, bin_name, job, exit_status, data) abort
call go#def#jump_to_declaration(a:data[0], a:mode, a:bin_name)
" capture the active window so that after the exit_cb and close_cb callbacks
" can return to it when a:mode caused a split.
" capture the active window so that callbacks for jobs, exit_cb and
" close_cb, and callbacks for gopls can return to it when a:mode caused a
" split.
let self.winid = win_getid(winnr())
endfunction
" go#def#jump_to_declaration parses out (expected to be
" 'filename:line:col: message').
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