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Removed syntastic and replaced it with ale

Read more here:
https://github.com/w0rp/ale
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Amir Salihefendic 2018-03-31 11:55:20 -03:00
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Copyright (c) 2016-2018, w0rp <devw0rp@gmail.com>
All rights reserved.
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1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this
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" Author: w0rp <devw0rp@gmail.com>
" Description: Follow-up checks for the plugin: warn about conflicting plugins.
" A flag for ensuring that this is not run more than one time.
if exists('g:loaded_ale_after')
finish
endif
" Set the flag so this file is not run more than one time.
let g:loaded_ale_after = 1
" Check if the flag is available and set to 0 to disable checking for and
" emitting conflicting plugin warnings.
if exists('g:ale_emit_conflict_warnings') && !g:ale_emit_conflict_warnings
finish
endif
" Conflicting Plugins Checks
function! s:GetConflictingPluginWarning(plugin_name) abort
return 'ALE conflicts with ' . a:plugin_name
\ . '. Uninstall it, or disable this warning with '
\ . '`let g:ale_emit_conflict_warnings = 0` in your vimrc file, '
\ . '*before* plugins are loaded.'
endfunction
if exists('g:loaded_syntastic_plugin')
throw s:GetConflictingPluginWarning('Syntastic')
endif
if exists('g:loaded_neomake')
throw s:GetConflictingPluginWarning('Neomake')
endif
if exists('g:loaded_validator_plugin')
throw s:GetConflictingPluginWarning('Validator')
endif

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" Author: Bjorn Neergaard <bjorn@neersighted.com>
" Description: ansible-lint for ansible-yaml files
function! ale_linters#ansible#ansible_lint#Handle(buffer, lines) abort
for l:line in a:lines[:10]
if match(l:line, '^Traceback') >= 0
return [{
\ 'lnum': 1,
\ 'text': 'An exception was thrown. See :ALEDetail',
\ 'detail': join(a:lines, "\n"),
\}]
endif
endfor
" Matches patterns line the following:
"
" test.yml:35: [EANSIBLE0002] Trailing whitespace
let l:pattern = '\v^([a-zA-Z]?:?[^:]+):(\d+):?(\d+)?: \[?([[:alnum:]]+)\]? (.*)$'
let l:output = []
for l:match in ale#util#GetMatches(a:lines, l:pattern)
let l:code = l:match[4]
if l:code is# 'EANSIBLE0002'
\&& !ale#Var(a:buffer, 'warn_about_trailing_whitespace')
" Skip warnings for trailing whitespace if the option is off.
continue
endif
if ale#path#IsBufferPath(a:buffer, l:match[1])
call add(l:output, {
\ 'lnum': l:match[2] + 0,
\ 'col': l:match[3] + 0,
\ 'text': l:match[5],
\ 'code': l:code,
\ 'type': l:code[:0] is# 'E' ? 'E' : 'W',
\})
endif
endfor
return l:output
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('ansible', {
\ 'name': 'ansible',
\ 'executable': 'ansible',
\ 'command': 'ansible-lint -p %t',
\ 'callback': 'ale_linters#ansible#ansible_lint#Handle',
\})

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" Author: nametake https://nametake.github.io
" Description: apiblueprint parser
function! ale_linters#apiblueprint#drafter#HandleErrors(buffer, lines) abort
" Matches patterns line the following:
"
" warning: (3) unable to parse response signature, expected 'response [<HTTP status code>] [(<media type>)]'; line 4, column 3k - line 4, column 22
" warning: (10) message-body asset is expected to be a pre-formatted code block, separate it by a newline and indent every of its line by 12 spaces or 3 tabs; line 30, column 5 - line 30, column 9; line 31, column 9 - line 31, column 14; line 32, column 9 - line 32, column 14
let l:pattern = '\(^.*\): (\d\+) \(.\{-\}\); line \(\d\+\), column \(\d\+\) - line \d\+, column \d\+\(.*; line \d\+, column \d\+ - line \(\d\+\), column \(\d\+\)\)\{-\}$'
let l:output = []
for l:match in ale#util#GetMatches(a:lines[2:], l:pattern)
let l:item = {
\ 'type': l:match[1] is# 'warning' ? 'W' : 'E',
\ 'text': l:match[2],
\ 'lnum': l:match[3] + 0,
\ 'col': l:match[4] + 0,
\}
if l:match[5] isnot# ''
let l:item.end_lnum = l:match[6] + 0
let l:item.end_col = l:match[7] + 0
endif
call add(l:output, l:item)
endfor
return l:output
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('apiblueprint', {
\ 'name': 'drafter',
\ 'output_stream': 'stderr',
\ 'executable': 'drafter',
\ 'command': 'drafter --use-line-num --validate %t',
\ 'callback': 'ale_linters#apiblueprint#drafter#HandleErrors',
\})

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" Author: Johannes Wienke <languitar@semipol.de>
" Description: alex for asciidoc files
call ale#linter#Define('help', {
\ 'name': 'alex',
\ 'executable': 'alex',
\ 'command': 'alex %s -t',
\ 'output_stream': 'stderr',
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#alex#Handle',
\ 'lint_file': 1,
\})

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" Author: Daniel M. Capella https://github.com/polyzen
" Description: proselint for AsciiDoc files
call ale#linter#Define('asciidoc', {
\ 'name': 'proselint',
\ 'executable': 'proselint',
\ 'command': 'proselint %t',
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#unix#HandleAsWarning',
\})

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" Author: rhysd https://rhysd.github.io
" Description: Redpen, a proofreading tool (http://redpen.cc)
call ale#linter#Define('asciidoc', {
\ 'name': 'redpen',
\ 'executable': 'redpen',
\ 'command': 'redpen -f asciidoc -r json %t',
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#redpen#HandleRedpenOutput',
\})

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" Author: Sumner Evans <sumner.evans98@gmail.com>
" Description: write-good for AsciiDoc files
call ale#linter#Define('asciidoc', {
\ 'name': 'write-good',
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale#handlers#writegood#GetExecutable',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale#handlers#writegood#GetCommand',
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#writegood#Handle',
\})

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" Author: Lucas Kolstad <lkolstad@uw.edu>
" Description: gcc linter for asm files
call ale#Set('asm_gcc_executable', 'gcc')
call ale#Set('asm_gcc_options', '-Wall')
function! ale_linters#asm#gcc#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
return ale#Var(a:buffer, 'asm_gcc_executable')
endfunction
function! ale_linters#asm#gcc#GetCommand(buffer) abort
return ale#Escape(ale_linters#asm#gcc#GetExecutable(a:buffer))
\ . ' -x assembler -fsyntax-only '
\ . '-iquote ' . ale#Escape(fnamemodify(bufname(a:buffer), ':p:h'))
\ . ' ' . ale#Var(a:buffer, 'asm_gcc_options') . ' -'
endfunction
function! ale_linters#asm#gcc#Handle(buffer, lines) abort
let l:pattern = '^.\+:\(\d\+\): \([^:]\+\): \(.\+\)$'
let l:output = []
for l:match in ale#util#GetMatches(a:lines, l:pattern)
call add(l:output, {
\ 'lnum': l:match[1] + 0,
\ 'type': l:match[2] =~? 'error' ? 'E' : 'W',
\ 'text': l:match[3],
\})
endfor
return l:output
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('asm', {
\ 'name': 'gcc',
\ 'output_stream': 'stderr',
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale_linters#asm#gcc#GetExecutable',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#asm#gcc#GetCommand',
\ 'callback': 'ale_linters#asm#gcc#Handle',
\})

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" Author: kmarc <korondi.mark@gmail.com>
" Description: This file adds support for using GNU awk with sripts.
let g:ale_awk_gawk_executable =
\ get(g:, 'ale_awk_gawk_executable', 'gawk')
let g:ale_awk_gawk_options =
\ get(g:, 'ale_awk_gawk_options', '')
function! ale_linters#awk#gawk#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
return ale#Var(a:buffer, 'awk_gawk_executable')
endfunction
function! ale_linters#awk#gawk#GetCommand(buffer) abort
" note the --source 'BEGIN ...' is to prevent
" gawk from attempting to execute the body of the script
" it is linting.
return ale_linters#awk#gawk#GetExecutable(a:buffer)
\ . " --source 'BEGIN { exit } END { exit 1 }'"
\ . ' ' . ale#Var(a:buffer, 'awk_gawk_options')
\ . ' ' . '-f %t --lint /dev/null'
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('awk', {
\ 'name': 'gawk',
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale_linters#awk#gawk#GetExecutable',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#awk#gawk#GetCommand',
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#gawk#HandleGawkFormat',
\ 'output_stream': 'both'
\})

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" Author: Masahiro H https://github.com/mshr-h
" Description: clang linter for c files
call ale#Set('c_clang_executable', 'clang')
call ale#Set('c_clang_options', '-std=c11 -Wall')
function! ale_linters#c#clang#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
return ale#Var(a:buffer, 'c_clang_executable')
endfunction
function! ale_linters#c#clang#GetCommand(buffer, output) abort
let l:cflags = ale#c#GetCFlags(a:buffer, a:output)
" -iquote with the directory the file is in makes #include work for
" headers in the same directory.
return ale#Escape(ale_linters#c#clang#GetExecutable(a:buffer))
\ . ' -S -x c -fsyntax-only '
\ . '-iquote ' . ale#Escape(fnamemodify(bufname(a:buffer), ':p:h')) . ' '
\ . l:cflags
\ . ale#Var(a:buffer, 'c_clang_options') . ' -'
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('c', {
\ 'name': 'clang',
\ 'output_stream': 'stderr',
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale_linters#c#clang#GetExecutable',
\ 'command_chain': [
\ {'callback': 'ale#c#GetMakeCommand', 'output_stream': 'stdout'},
\ {'callback': 'ale_linters#c#clang#GetCommand'}
\ ],
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#gcc#HandleGCCFormat',
\})

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" Author: vdeurzen <tim@kompiler.org>, w0rp <devw0rp@gmail.com>,
" gagbo <gagbobada@gmail.com>, Andrej Radovic <r.andrej@gmail.com>
" Description: clang-tidy linter for c files
call ale#Set('c_clangtidy_executable', 'clang-tidy')
" Set this option to check the checks clang-tidy will apply.
" The number of checks that can be applied to C files is limited in contrast to
" C++
"
" Consult the check list in clang-tidy's documentation:
" http://clang.llvm.org/extra/clang-tidy/checks/list.html
call ale#Set('c_clangtidy_checks', ['*'])
" Set this option to manually set some options for clang-tidy.
" This will disable compile_commands.json detection.
call ale#Set('c_clangtidy_options', '')
call ale#Set('c_build_dir', '')
function! ale_linters#c#clangtidy#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
return ale#Var(a:buffer, 'c_clangtidy_executable')
endfunction
function! s:GetBuildDirectory(buffer) abort
" Don't include build directory for header files, as compile_commands.json
" files don't consider headers to be translation units, and provide no
" commands for compiling header files.
if expand('#' . a:buffer) =~# '\v\.(h|hpp)$'
return ''
endif
let l:build_dir = ale#Var(a:buffer, 'c_build_dir')
" c_build_dir has the priority if defined
if !empty(l:build_dir)
return l:build_dir
endif
return ale#c#FindCompileCommands(a:buffer)
endfunction
function! ale_linters#c#clangtidy#GetCommand(buffer) abort
let l:checks = join(ale#Var(a:buffer, 'c_clangtidy_checks'), ',')
let l:build_dir = s:GetBuildDirectory(a:buffer)
" Get the extra options if we couldn't find a build directory.
let l:options = empty(l:build_dir)
\ ? ale#Var(a:buffer, 'c_clangtidy_options')
\ : ''
return ale#Escape(ale_linters#c#clangtidy#GetExecutable(a:buffer))
\ . (!empty(l:checks) ? ' -checks=' . ale#Escape(l:checks) : '')
\ . ' %s'
\ . (!empty(l:build_dir) ? ' -p ' . ale#Escape(l:build_dir) : '')
\ . (!empty(l:options) ? ' -- ' . l:options : '')
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('c', {
\ 'name': 'clangtidy',
\ 'output_stream': 'stdout',
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale_linters#c#clangtidy#GetExecutable',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#c#clangtidy#GetCommand',
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#gcc#HandleGCCFormat',
\ 'lint_file': 1,
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" Author: Bart Libert <bart.libert@gmail.com>
" Description: cppcheck linter for c files
call ale#Set('c_cppcheck_executable', 'cppcheck')
call ale#Set('c_cppcheck_options', '--enable=style')
function! ale_linters#c#cppcheck#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
return ale#Var(a:buffer, 'c_cppcheck_executable')
endfunction
function! ale_linters#c#cppcheck#GetCommand(buffer) abort
" Search upwards from the file for compile_commands.json.
"
" If we find it, we'll `cd` to where the compile_commands.json file is,
" then use the file to set up import paths, etc.
let l:compile_commmands_path = ale#path#FindNearestFile(a:buffer, 'compile_commands.json')
let l:cd_command = !empty(l:compile_commmands_path)
\ ? ale#path#CdString(fnamemodify(l:compile_commmands_path, ':h'))
\ : ''
let l:compile_commands_option = !empty(l:compile_commmands_path)
\ ? '--project=compile_commands.json '
\ : ''
return l:cd_command
\ . ale#Escape(ale_linters#c#cppcheck#GetExecutable(a:buffer))
\ . ' -q --language=c '
\ . l:compile_commands_option
\ . ale#Var(a:buffer, 'c_cppcheck_options')
\ . ' %t'
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('c', {
\ 'name': 'cppcheck',
\ 'output_stream': 'both',
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale_linters#c#cppcheck#GetExecutable',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#c#cppcheck#GetCommand',
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#cppcheck#HandleCppCheckFormat',
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" Author: Christian Gibbons <cgibbons@gmu.edu>
" Description: flawfinder linter for c files
call ale#Set('c_flawfinder_executable', 'flawfinder')
call ale#Set('c_flawfinder_options', '')
call ale#Set('c_flawfinder_minlevel', 1)
call ale#Set('c_flawfinder_error_severity', 6)
function! ale_linters#c#flawfinder#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
return ale#Var(a:buffer, 'c_flawfinder_executable')
endfunction
function! ale_linters#c#flawfinder#GetCommand(buffer) abort
" Set the minimum vulnerability level for flawfinder to bother with
let l:minlevel = ' --minlevel=' . ale#Var(a:buffer, 'c_flawfinder_minlevel')
return ale#Escape(ale_linters#c#flawfinder#GetExecutable(a:buffer))
\ . ' -CDQS'
\ . ale#Var(a:buffer, 'c_flawfinder_options')
\ . l:minlevel
\ . ' %t'
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('c', {
\ 'name': 'flawfinder',
\ 'output_stream': 'stdout',
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale_linters#c#flawfinder#GetExecutable',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#c#flawfinder#GetCommand',
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#flawfinder#HandleFlawfinderFormat',
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" Author: w0rp <devw0rp@gmail.com>
" Description: gcc linter for c files
call ale#Set('c_gcc_executable', 'gcc')
call ale#Set('c_gcc_options', '-std=c11 -Wall')
function! ale_linters#c#gcc#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
return ale#Var(a:buffer, 'c_gcc_executable')
endfunction
function! ale_linters#c#gcc#GetCommand(buffer, output) abort
let l:cflags = ale#c#GetCFlags(a:buffer, a:output)
" -iquote with the directory the file is in makes #include work for
" headers in the same directory.
return ale#Escape(ale_linters#c#gcc#GetExecutable(a:buffer))
\ . ' -S -x c -fsyntax-only '
\ . '-iquote ' . ale#Escape(fnamemodify(bufname(a:buffer), ':p:h')) . ' '
\ . l:cflags
\ . ale#Var(a:buffer, 'c_gcc_options') . ' -'
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('c', {
\ 'name': 'gcc',
\ 'output_stream': 'stderr',
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale_linters#c#gcc#GetExecutable',
\ 'command_chain': [
\ {'callback': 'ale#c#GetMakeCommand', 'output_stream': 'stdout'},
\ {'callback': 'ale_linters#c#gcc#GetCommand'}
\ ],
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#gcc#HandleGCCFormat',
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" Author: Edward Larkey <edwlarkey@mac.com>
" Author: Jose Junior <jose.junior@gmail.com>
" Author: w0rp <devw0rp@gmail.com>
" Description: This file adds the foodcritic linter for Chef files.
call ale#Set('chef_foodcritic_executable', 'foodcritic')
call ale#Set('chef_foodcritic_options', '')
function! ale_linters#chef#foodcritic#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
return ale#Var(a:buffer, 'chef_foodcritic_executable')
endfunction
function! ale_linters#chef#foodcritic#GetCommand(buffer) abort
let l:executable = ale_linters#chef#foodcritic#GetExecutable(a:buffer)
let l:options = ale#Var(a:buffer, 'chef_foodcritic_options')
return ale#Escape(l:executable)
\ . (!empty(l:options) ? ' ' . escape(l:options, '~') : '')
\ . ' %s'
endfunction
function! ale_linters#chef#foodcritic#Handle(buffer, lines) abort
" Matches patterns line the following:
"
" FC002: Avoid string interpolation where not required: httpd.rb:13
let l:pattern = '\v([^:]+): (.+): ([a-zA-Z]?:?[^:]+):(\d+)$'
let l:output = []
for l:match in ale#util#GetMatches(a:lines, l:pattern)
call add(l:output, {
\ 'code': l:match[1],
\ 'text': l:match[2],
\ 'filename': l:match[3],
\ 'lnum': l:match[4] + 0,
\ 'type': 'W',
\})
endfor
return l:output
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('chef', {
\ 'name': 'foodcritic',
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale_linters#chef#foodcritic#GetExecutable',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#chef#foodcritic#GetCommand',
\ 'callback': 'ale_linters#chef#foodcritic#Handle',
\ 'lint_file': 1,
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" Author: Nic West <nicwest@mailbox.org>
" Description: linter for clojure using joker https://github.com/candid82/joker
function! ale_linters#clojure#joker#HandleJokerFormat(buffer, lines) abort
" output format
" <filename>:<line>:<column>: <issue type>: <message>
let l:pattern = '\v^[a-zA-Z]?:?[^:]+:(\d+):(\d+):? ((Read error|Parse error|Parse warning|Exception): ?(.+))$'
let l:output = []
for l:match in ale#util#GetMatches(a:lines, l:pattern)
let l:type = 'E'
if l:match[4] is? 'Parse warning'
let l:type = 'W'
endif
call add(l:output, {
\ 'lnum': l:match[1] + 0,
\ 'col': l:match[2] + 0,
\ 'text': l:match[3],
\ 'type': l:type,
\})
endfor
return l:output
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('clojure', {
\ 'name': 'joker',
\ 'output_stream': 'stderr',
\ 'executable': 'joker',
\ 'command': 'joker --lint %t',
\ 'callback': 'ale_linters#clojure#joker#HandleJokerFormat',
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" Author: Kenneth Benzie <k.benzie83@gmail.com>
" Description: cmakelint for cmake files
let g:ale_cmake_cmakelint_executable =
\ get(g:, 'ale_cmake_cmakelint_executable', 'cmakelint')
let g:ale_cmake_cmakelint_options =
\ get(g:, 'ale_cmake_cmakelint_options', '')
function! ale_linters#cmake#cmakelint#Executable(buffer) abort
return ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cmake_cmakelint_executable')
endfunction
function! ale_linters#cmake#cmakelint#Command(buffer) abort
return ale_linters#cmake#cmakelint#Executable(a:buffer)
\ . ' ' . ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cmake_cmakelint_options') . ' %t'
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('cmake', {
\ 'name': 'cmakelint',
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale_linters#cmake#cmakelint#Executable',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#cmake#cmakelint#Command',
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#unix#HandleAsWarning',
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" Author: KabbAmine - https://github.com/KabbAmine
" Description: Coffee for checking coffee files
function! ale_linters#coffee#coffee#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
return ale#path#ResolveLocalPath(
\ a:buffer,
\ 'node_modules/.bin/coffee',
\ 'coffee'
\)
endfunction
function! ale_linters#coffee#coffee#GetCommand(buffer) abort
return ale_linters#coffee#coffee#GetExecutable(a:buffer)
\ . ' -cp -s'
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('coffee', {
\ 'name': 'coffee',
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale_linters#coffee#coffee#GetExecutable',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#coffee#coffee#GetCommand',
\ 'output_stream': 'stderr',
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#gcc#HandleGCCFormat',
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" Author: Prashanth Chandra https://github.com/prashcr
" Description: coffeelint linter for coffeescript files
function! ale_linters#coffee#coffeelint#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
return ale#path#ResolveLocalPath(
\ a:buffer,
\ 'node_modules/.bin/coffeelint',
\ 'coffeelint'
\)
endfunction
function! ale_linters#coffee#coffeelint#GetCommand(buffer) abort
return ale_linters#coffee#coffeelint#GetExecutable(a:buffer)
\ . ' --stdin --reporter csv'
endfunction
function! ale_linters#coffee#coffeelint#Handle(buffer, lines) abort
" Matches patterns like the following:
"
" path,lineNumber,lineNumberEnd,level,message
" stdin,14,,error,Throwing strings is forbidden
"
" Note that we currently ignore lineNumberEnd for multiline errors
let l:pattern = 'stdin,\(\d\+\),\(\d*\),\(.\{-1,}\),\(.\+\)'
let l:output = []
for l:match in ale#util#GetMatches(a:lines, l:pattern)
call add(l:output, {
\ 'lnum': str2nr(l:match[1]),
\ 'type': l:match[3] is# 'error' ? 'E' : 'W',
\ 'text': l:match[4],
\})
endfor
return l:output
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('coffee', {
\ 'name': 'coffeelint',
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale_linters#coffee#coffeelint#GetExecutable',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#coffee#coffeelint#GetCommand',
\ 'callback': 'ale_linters#coffee#coffeelint#Handle',
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" Author: Tomota Nakamura <https://github.com/tomotanakamura>
" Description: clang linter for cpp files
call ale#Set('cpp_clang_executable', 'clang++')
call ale#Set('cpp_clang_options', '-std=c++14 -Wall')
function! ale_linters#cpp#clang#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
return ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cpp_clang_executable')
endfunction
function! ale_linters#cpp#clang#GetCommand(buffer, output) abort
let l:cflags = ale#c#GetCFlags(a:buffer, a:output)
" -iquote with the directory the file is in makes #include work for
" headers in the same directory.
return ale#Escape(ale_linters#cpp#clang#GetExecutable(a:buffer))
\ . ' -S -x c++ -fsyntax-only '
\ . '-iquote ' . ale#Escape(fnamemodify(bufname(a:buffer), ':p:h')) . ' '
\ . l:cflags
\ . ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cpp_clang_options') . ' -'
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('cpp', {
\ 'name': 'clang',
\ 'output_stream': 'stderr',
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale_linters#cpp#clang#GetExecutable',
\ 'command_chain': [
\ {'callback': 'ale#c#GetMakeCommand', 'output_stream': 'stdout'},
\ {'callback': 'ale_linters#cpp#clang#GetCommand'},
\ ],
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#gcc#HandleGCCFormat',
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" Author: gagbo <gagbobada@gmail.com>
" Description: clang-check linter for cpp files
call ale#Set('cpp_clangcheck_executable', 'clang-check')
call ale#Set('cpp_clangcheck_options', '')
call ale#Set('c_build_dir', '')
function! ale_linters#cpp#clangcheck#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
return ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cpp_clangcheck_executable')
endfunction
function! ale_linters#cpp#clangcheck#GetCommand(buffer) abort
let l:user_options = ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cpp_clangcheck_options')
" Try to find compilation database to link automatically
let l:build_dir = ale#Var(a:buffer, 'c_build_dir')
if empty(l:build_dir)
let l:build_dir = ale#c#FindCompileCommands(a:buffer)
endif
" The extra arguments in the command are used to prevent .plist files from
" being generated. These are only added if no build directory can be
" detected.
return ale#Escape(ale_linters#cpp#clangcheck#GetExecutable(a:buffer))
\ . ' -analyze %s'
\ . (empty(l:build_dir) ? ' -extra-arg -Xclang -extra-arg -analyzer-output=text' : '')
\ . (!empty(l:user_options) ? ' ' . l:user_options : '')
\ . (!empty(l:build_dir) ? ' -p ' . ale#Escape(l:build_dir) : '')
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('cpp', {
\ 'name': 'clangcheck',
\ 'output_stream': 'stderr',
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale_linters#cpp#clangcheck#GetExecutable',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#cpp#clangcheck#GetCommand',
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#gcc#HandleGCCFormat',
\ 'lint_file': 1,
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" Author: vdeurzen <tim@kompiler.org>, w0rp <devw0rp@gmail.com>,
" gagbo <gagbobada@gmail.com>
" Description: clang-tidy linter for cpp files
call ale#Set('cpp_clangtidy_executable', 'clang-tidy')
" Set this option to check the checks clang-tidy will apply.
call ale#Set('cpp_clangtidy_checks', ['*'])
" Set this option to manually set some options for clang-tidy.
" This will disable compile_commands.json detection.
call ale#Set('cpp_clangtidy_options', '')
call ale#Set('c_build_dir', '')
function! ale_linters#cpp#clangtidy#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
return ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cpp_clangtidy_executable')
endfunction
function! s:GetBuildDirectory(buffer) abort
" Don't include build directory for header files, as compile_commands.json
" files don't consider headers to be translation units, and provide no
" commands for compiling header files.
if expand('#' . a:buffer) =~# '\v\.(h|hpp)$'
return ''
endif
let l:build_dir = ale#Var(a:buffer, 'c_build_dir')
" c_build_dir has the priority if defined
if !empty(l:build_dir)
return l:build_dir
endif
return ale#c#FindCompileCommands(a:buffer)
endfunction
function! ale_linters#cpp#clangtidy#GetCommand(buffer) abort
let l:checks = join(ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cpp_clangtidy_checks'), ',')
let l:build_dir = s:GetBuildDirectory(a:buffer)
" Get the extra options if we couldn't find a build directory.
let l:options = empty(l:build_dir)
\ ? ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cpp_clangtidy_options')
\ : ''
return ale#Escape(ale_linters#cpp#clangtidy#GetExecutable(a:buffer))
\ . (!empty(l:checks) ? ' -checks=' . ale#Escape(l:checks) : '')
\ . ' %s'
\ . (!empty(l:build_dir) ? ' -p ' . ale#Escape(l:build_dir) : '')
\ . (!empty(l:options) ? ' -- ' . l:options : '')
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('cpp', {
\ 'name': 'clangtidy',
\ 'output_stream': 'stdout',
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale_linters#cpp#clangtidy#GetExecutable',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#cpp#clangtidy#GetCommand',
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#gcc#HandleGCCFormat',
\ 'lint_file': 1,
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" Author: Bart Libert <bart.libert@gmail.com>
" Description: cppcheck linter for cpp files
call ale#Set('cpp_cppcheck_executable', 'cppcheck')
call ale#Set('cpp_cppcheck_options', '--enable=style')
function! ale_linters#cpp#cppcheck#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
return ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cpp_cppcheck_executable')
endfunction
function! ale_linters#cpp#cppcheck#GetCommand(buffer) abort
" Search upwards from the file for compile_commands.json.
"
" If we find it, we'll `cd` to where the compile_commands.json file is,
" then use the file to set up import paths, etc.
let l:compile_commmands_path = ale#path#FindNearestFile(a:buffer, 'compile_commands.json')
let l:cd_command = !empty(l:compile_commmands_path)
\ ? ale#path#CdString(fnamemodify(l:compile_commmands_path, ':h'))
\ : ''
let l:compile_commands_option = !empty(l:compile_commmands_path)
\ ? '--project=compile_commands.json '
\ : ''
return l:cd_command
\ . ale#Escape(ale_linters#cpp#cppcheck#GetExecutable(a:buffer))
\ . ' -q --language=c++ '
\ . l:compile_commands_option
\ . ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cpp_cppcheck_options')
\ . ' %t'
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('cpp', {
\ 'name': 'cppcheck',
\ 'output_stream': 'both',
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale_linters#cpp#cppcheck#GetExecutable',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#cpp#cppcheck#GetCommand',
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#cppcheck#HandleCppCheckFormat',
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" Author: Dawid Kurek https://github.com/dawikur
" Description: cpplint for cpp files
call ale#Set('cpp_cpplint_executable', 'cpplint')
call ale#Set('cpp_cpplint_options', '')
function! ale_linters#cpp#cpplint#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
return ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cpp_cpplint_executable')
endfunction
function! ale_linters#cpp#cpplint#GetCommand(buffer) abort
let l:options = ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cpp_cpplint_options')
return ale#Escape(ale_linters#cpp#cpplint#GetExecutable(a:buffer))
\ . (!empty(l:options) ? ' ' . l:options : '')
\ . ' %s'
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('cpp', {
\ 'name': 'cpplint',
\ 'output_stream': 'stderr',
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale_linters#cpp#cpplint#GetExecutable',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#cpp#cpplint#GetCommand',
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#cpplint#HandleCppLintFormat',
\ 'lint_file': 1,
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" Author: Christian Gibbons <cgibbons@gmu.edu>
" Description: flawfinder linter for c++ files
call ale#Set('cpp_flawfinder_executable', 'flawfinder')
call ale#Set('cpp_flawfinder_options', '')
call ale#Set('cpp_flawfinder_minlevel', 1)
function! ale_linters#cpp#flawfinder#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
return ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cpp_flawfinder_executable')
endfunction
function! ale_linters#cpp#flawfinder#GetCommand(buffer) abort
" Set the minimum vulnerability level for flawfinder to bother with
let l:minlevel = ' --minlevel=' . ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cpp_flawfinder_minlevel')
return ale#Escape(ale_linters#cpp#flawfinder#GetExecutable(a:buffer))
\ . ' -CDQS'
\ . ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cpp_flawfinder_options')
\ . l:minlevel
\ . ' %t'
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('cpp', {
\ 'name': 'flawfinder',
\ 'output_stream': 'stdout',
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale_linters#cpp#flawfinder#GetExecutable',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#cpp#flawfinder#GetCommand',
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#flawfinder#HandleFlawfinderFormat',
\})

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" Author: geam <mdelage@student.42.fr>
" Description: gcc linter for cpp files
"
call ale#Set('cpp_gcc_executable', 'gcc')
call ale#Set('cpp_gcc_options', '-std=c++14 -Wall')
function! ale_linters#cpp#gcc#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
return ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cpp_gcc_executable')
endfunction
function! ale_linters#cpp#gcc#GetCommand(buffer, output) abort
let l:cflags = ale#c#GetCFlags(a:buffer, a:output)
" -iquote with the directory the file is in makes #include work for
" headers in the same directory.
return ale#Escape(ale_linters#cpp#gcc#GetExecutable(a:buffer))
\ . ' -S -x c++ -fsyntax-only '
\ . '-iquote ' . ale#Escape(fnamemodify(bufname(a:buffer), ':p:h')) . ' '
\ . l:cflags
\ . ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cpp_gcc_options') . ' -'
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('cpp', {
\ 'name': 'g++',
\ 'output_stream': 'stderr',
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale_linters#cpp#gcc#GetExecutable',
\ 'command_chain': [
\ {'callback': 'ale#c#GetMakeCommand', 'output_stream': 'stdout'},
\ {'callback': 'ale_linters#cpp#gcc#GetCommand'},
\ ],
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#gcc#HandleGCCFormat',
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" Author: Jordan Andree <https://github.com/jordanandree>, David Alexander <opensource@thelonelyghost.com>
" Description: This file adds support for checking Crystal with crystal build
function! ale_linters#crystal#crystal#Handle(buffer, lines) abort
let l:output = []
for l:error in ale#util#FuzzyJSONDecode(a:lines, [])
call add(l:output, {
\ 'lnum': l:error.line + 0,
\ 'col': l:error.column + 0,
\ 'text': l:error.message,
\})
endfor
return l:output
endfunction
function! ale_linters#crystal#crystal#GetCommand(buffer) abort
return 'crystal build -f json --no-codegen --no-color -o '
\ . ale#Escape(g:ale#util#nul_file)
\ . ' %s'
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('crystal', {
\ 'name': 'crystal',
\ 'executable': 'crystal',
\ 'output_stream': 'both',
\ 'lint_file': 1,
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#crystal#crystal#GetCommand',
\ 'callback': 'ale_linters#crystal#crystal#Handle',
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let g:ale_cs_mcs_options = get(g:, 'ale_cs_mcs_options', '')
function! ale_linters#cs#mcs#GetCommand(buffer) abort
return 'mcs -unsafe --parse ' . ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cs_mcs_options') . ' %t'
endfunction
function! ale_linters#cs#mcs#Handle(buffer, lines) abort
" Look for lines like the following.
"
" Tests.cs(12,29): error CSXXXX: ; expected
let l:pattern = '^\v(.+\.cs)\((\d+),(\d+)\)\: ([^ ]+) ([^ ]+): (.+)$'
let l:output = []
for l:match in ale#util#GetMatches(a:lines, l:pattern)
call add(l:output, {
\ 'lnum': l:match[2] + 0,
\ 'col': l:match[3] + 0,
\ 'type': l:match[4] is# 'error' ? 'E' : 'W',
\ 'code': l:match[5],
\ 'text': l:match[6],
\})
endfor
return l:output
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('cs',{
\ 'name': 'mcs',
\ 'output_stream': 'stderr',
\ 'executable': 'mcs',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#cs#mcs#GetCommand',
\ 'callback': 'ale_linters#cs#mcs#Handle',
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call ale#Set('cs_mcsc_options', '')
call ale#Set('cs_mcsc_source', '')
call ale#Set('cs_mcsc_assembly_path', [])
call ale#Set('cs_mcsc_assemblies', [])
function! s:GetWorkingDirectory(buffer) abort
let l:working_directory = ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cs_mcsc_source')
if !empty(l:working_directory)
return l:working_directory
endif
return expand('#' . a:buffer . ':p:h')
endfunction
function! ale_linters#cs#mcsc#GetCommand(buffer) abort
" Pass assembly paths via the -lib: parameter.
let l:path_list = ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cs_mcsc_assembly_path')
let l:lib_option = !empty(l:path_list)
\ ? '-lib:' . join(map(copy(l:path_list), 'ale#Escape(v:val)'), ',')
\ : ''
" Pass paths to DLL files via the -r: parameter.
let l:assembly_list = ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cs_mcsc_assemblies')
let l:r_option = !empty(l:assembly_list)
\ ? '-r:' . join(map(copy(l:assembly_list), 'ale#Escape(v:val)'), ',')
\ : ''
" register temporary module target file with ale
let l:out = tempname()
call ale#engine#ManageFile(a:buffer, l:out)
" The code is compiled as a module and the output is redirected to a
" temporary file.
return ale#path#CdString(s:GetWorkingDirectory(a:buffer))
\ . 'mcs -unsafe'
\ . ' ' . ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cs_mcsc_options')
\ . ' ' . l:lib_option
\ . ' ' . l:r_option
\ . ' -out:' . l:out
\ . ' -t:module'
\ . ' -recurse:' . ale#Escape('*.cs')
endfunction
function! ale_linters#cs#mcsc#Handle(buffer, lines) abort
" Look for lines like the following.
"
" Tests.cs(12,29): error CSXXXX: ; expected
"
" NOTE: pattern also captures file name as linter compiles all
" files within the source tree rooted at the specified source
" path and not just the file loaded in the buffer
let l:pattern = '^\v(.+\.cs)\((\d+),(\d+)\)\: ([^ ]+) ([^ ]+): (.+)$'
let l:output = []
let l:dir = s:GetWorkingDirectory(a:buffer)
for l:match in ale#util#GetMatches(a:lines, l:pattern)
call add(l:output, {
\ 'filename': ale#path#GetAbsPath(l:dir, l:match[1]),
\ 'lnum': l:match[2] + 0,
\ 'col': l:match[3] + 0,
\ 'type': l:match[4] is# 'error' ? 'E' : 'W',
\ 'code': l:match[5],
\ 'text': l:match[6],
\})
endfor
return l:output
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('cs',{
\ 'name': 'mcsc',
\ 'output_stream': 'stderr',
\ 'executable': 'mcs',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#cs#mcsc#GetCommand',
\ 'callback': 'ale_linters#cs#mcsc#Handle',
\ 'lint_file': 1
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" Author: w0rp <devw0rp@gmail.com>
" Description: This file adds support for checking CSS code with csslint.
function! ale_linters#css#csslint#GetCommand(buffer) abort
let l:csslintrc = ale#path#FindNearestFile(a:buffer, '.csslintrc')
let l:config_option = !empty(l:csslintrc)
\ ? '--config=' . ale#Escape(l:csslintrc)
\ : ''
return 'csslint --format=compact ' . l:config_option . ' %t'
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('css', {
\ 'name': 'csslint',
\ 'executable': 'csslint',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#css#csslint#GetCommand',
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#css#HandleCSSLintFormat',
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" Author: diartyz <diartyz@gmail.com>
call ale#Set('css_stylelint_executable', 'stylelint')
call ale#Set('css_stylelint_options', '')
call ale#Set('css_stylelint_use_global', 0)
function! ale_linters#css#stylelint#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
return ale#node#FindExecutable(a:buffer, 'css_stylelint', [
\ 'node_modules/.bin/stylelint',
\])
endfunction
function! ale_linters#css#stylelint#GetCommand(buffer) abort
return ale_linters#css#stylelint#GetExecutable(a:buffer)
\ . ' ' . ale#Var(a:buffer, 'css_stylelint_options')
\ . ' --stdin-filename %s'
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('css', {
\ 'name': 'stylelint',
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale_linters#css#stylelint#GetExecutable',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#css#stylelint#GetCommand',
\ 'callback': 'ale#handlers#css#HandleStyleLintFormat',
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" Author: blahgeek <i@blahgeek.com>
" Description: NVCC linter for cuda files
call ale#Set('cuda_nvcc_executable', 'nvcc')
call ale#Set('cuda_nvcc_options', '-std=c++11')
function! ale_linters#cuda#nvcc#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
return ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cuda_nvcc_executable')
endfunction
function! ale_linters#cuda#nvcc#GetCommand(buffer) abort
" Unused: use ale#util#nul_file
" let l:output_file = tempname() . '.ii'
" call ale#engine#ManageFile(a:buffer, l:output_file)
return ale#Escape(ale_linters#cuda#nvcc#GetExecutable(a:buffer))
\ . ' -cuda '
\ . ale#c#IncludeOptions(ale#c#FindLocalHeaderPaths(a:buffer))
\ . ale#Var(a:buffer, 'cuda_nvcc_options') . ' %s'
\ . ' -o ' . g:ale#util#nul_file
endfunction
function! ale_linters#cuda#nvcc#HandleNVCCFormat(buffer, lines) abort
" Look for lines like the following.
"
" test.cu(8): error: argument of type "void *" is incompatible with parameter of type "int *"
let l:pattern = '\v^([^:\(\)]+):?\(?(\d+)\)?:(\d+)?:?\s*\w*\s*(error|warning): (.+)$'
let l:output = []
for l:match in ale#util#GetMatches(a:lines, l:pattern)
let l:item = {
\ 'lnum': str2nr(l:match[2]),
\ 'type': l:match[4] =~# 'error' ? 'E' : 'W',
\ 'text': l:match[5],
\ 'filename': fnamemodify(l:match[1], ':p'),
\}
if !empty(l:match[3])
let l:item.col = str2nr(l:match[3])
endif
call add(l:output, l:item)
endfor
return l:output
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('cuda', {
\ 'name': 'nvcc',
\ 'output_stream': 'stderr',
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale_linters#cuda#nvcc#GetExecutable',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#cuda#nvcc#GetCommand',
\ 'callback': 'ale_linters#cuda#nvcc#HandleNVCCFormat',
\ 'lint_file': 1,
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" Author: w0rp <devw0rp@gmail.com>
" Description: "dmd for D files"
function! s:FindDUBConfig(buffer) abort
" Find a DUB configuration file in ancestor paths.
" The most DUB-specific names will be tried first.
for l:possible_filename in ['dub.sdl', 'dub.json', 'package.json']
let l:dub_file = ale#path#FindNearestFile(a:buffer, l:possible_filename)
if !empty(l:dub_file)
return l:dub_file
endif
endfor
return ''
endfunction
function! ale_linters#d#dmd#DUBCommand(buffer) abort
" If we can't run dub, then skip this command.
if !executable('dub')
" Returning an empty string skips to the DMD command.
return ''
endif
let l:dub_file = s:FindDUBConfig(a:buffer)
if empty(l:dub_file)
return ''
endif
" To support older dub versions, we just change the directory to
" the directory where we found the dub config, and then run `dub describe`
" from that directory.
return 'cd ' . ale#Escape(fnamemodify(l:dub_file, ':h'))
\ . ' && dub describe --import-paths'
endfunction
function! ale_linters#d#dmd#DMDCommand(buffer, dub_output) abort
let l:import_list = []
" Build a list of import paths generated from DUB, if available.
for l:line in a:dub_output
if !empty(l:line)
" The arguments must be '-Ifilename', not '-I filename'
call add(l:import_list, '-I' . ale#Escape(l:line))
endif
endfor
return 'dmd '. join(l:import_list) . ' -o- -vcolumns -c %t'
endfunction
function! ale_linters#d#dmd#Handle(buffer, lines) abort
" Matches patterns lines like the following:
" /tmp/tmp.qclsa7qLP7/file.d(1): Error: function declaration without return type. (Note that constructors are always named 'this')
" /tmp/tmp.G1L5xIizvB.d(8,8): Error: module weak_reference is in file 'dstruct/weak_reference.d' which cannot be read
let l:pattern = '^[^(]\+(\([0-9]\+\)\,\?\([0-9]*\)): \([^:]\+\): \(.\+\)'
let l:output = []
for l:match in ale#util#GetMatches(a:lines, l:pattern)
call add(l:output, {
\ 'lnum': l:match[1],
\ 'col': l:match[2],
\ 'type': l:match[3] is# 'Warning' ? 'W' : 'E',
\ 'text': l:match[4],
\})
endfor
return l:output
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('d', {
\ 'name': 'dmd',
\ 'executable': 'dmd',
\ 'command_chain': [
\ {'callback': 'ale_linters#d#dmd#DUBCommand', 'output_stream': 'stdout'},
\ {'callback': 'ale_linters#d#dmd#DMDCommand', 'output_stream': 'stderr'},
\ ],
\ 'callback': 'ale_linters#d#dmd#Handle',
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" Author: Taylor Blau <me@ttaylorr.com>
function! ale_linters#dafny#dafny#Handle(buffer, lines) abort
let l:pattern = '\v(.*)\((\d+),(\d+)\): (.*): (.*)'
let l:output = []
for l:match in ale#util#GetMatches(a:lines, l:pattern)
call add(l:output, {
\ 'bufnr': a:buffer,
\ 'col': l:match[3] + 0,
\ 'lnum': l:match[2] + 0,
\ 'text': l:match[5],
\ 'type': l:match[4] =~# '^Error' ? 'E' : 'W'
\ })
endfor
return l:output
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('dafny', {
\ 'name': 'dafny',
\ 'executable': 'dafny',
\ 'command': 'dafny %s /compile:0',
\ 'callback': 'ale_linters#dafny#dafny#Handle',
\ 'lint_file': 1,
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" Author: w0rp <devw0rp@gmail.com>
" Description: Check Dart files with dartanalyzer
call ale#Set('dart_dartanalyzer_executable', 'dartanalyzer')
function! ale_linters#dart#dartanalyzer#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
return ale#Var(a:buffer, 'dart_dartanalyzer_executable')
endfunction
function! ale_linters#dart#dartanalyzer#GetCommand(buffer) abort
let l:executable = ale_linters#dart#dartanalyzer#GetExecutable(a:buffer)
let l:path = ale#path#FindNearestFile(a:buffer, '.packages')
return ale#Escape(l:executable)
\ . (!empty(l:path) ? ' --packages ' . ale#Escape(l:path) : '')
\ . ' %s'
endfunction
function! ale_linters#dart#dartanalyzer#Handle(buffer, lines) abort
let l:pattern = '\v^ ([a-z]+) . (.+) at (.+):(\d+):(\d+) . (.+)$'
let l:output = []
for l:match in ale#util#GetMatches(a:lines, l:pattern)
call add(l:output, {
\ 'type': l:match[1] is# 'error' ? 'E' : 'W',
\ 'text': l:match[6] . ': ' . l:match[2],
\ 'lnum': str2nr(l:match[4]),
\ 'col': str2nr(l:match[5]),
\})
endfor
return l:output
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('dart', {
\ 'name': 'dartanalyzer',
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale_linters#dart#dartanalyzer#GetExecutable',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#dart#dartanalyzer#GetCommand',
\ 'callback': 'ale_linters#dart#dartanalyzer#Handle',
\ 'lint_file': 1,
\})

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" Author: aurieh <me@aurieh.me>
" Description: A language server for dart
call ale#Set('dart_language_server_executable', 'dart_language_server')
function! ale_linters#dart#language_server#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
return ale#Var(a:buffer, 'dart_language_server_executable')
endfunction
function! ale_linters#dart#language_server#GetLanguage(buffer) abort
return 'dart'
endfunction
function! ale_linters#dart#language_server#GetProjectRoot(buffer) abort
" Note: pub only looks for pubspec.yaml, there's no point in adding
" support for pubspec.yml
let l:pubspec = ale#path#FindNearestFile(a:buffer, 'pubspec.yaml')
return !empty(l:pubspec) ? fnamemodify(l:pubspec, ':h:h') : ''
endfunction
call ale#linter#Define('dart', {
\ 'name': 'language_server',
\ 'lsp': 'stdio',
\ 'executable_callback': 'ale_linters#dart#language_server#GetExecutable',
\ 'command_callback': 'ale_linters#dart#language_server#GetExecutable',
\ 'language_callback': 'ale_linters#dart#language_server#GetLanguage',
\ 'project_root_callback': 'ale_linters#dart#language_server#GetProjectRoot',
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" Author: hauleth - https://github.com/hauleth
" always, yes, never
call ale#Set('dockerfile_hadolint_use_docker', 'never')
call ale#Set('dockerfile_hadolint_docker_image', 'hadolint/hadolint')
function! ale_linters#dockerfile#hadolint#Handle(buffer, lines) abort
" Matches patterns line the following:
"
" /dev/stdin:19 DL3001 Pipe chain should start with a raw value.
" /dev/stdin:19:3 unexpected thing
let l:pattern = '\v^/dev/stdin:(\d+):?(\d+)? ((DL|SC)(\d+) )?(.+)$'
let l:output = []
for l:match in ale#util#GetMatches(a:lines, l:pattern)
let l:lnum = 0
let l:colnum = 0
if l:match[1] isnot# ''
let l:lnum = l:match[1] + 0
endif
if l:match[2] isnot# ''
let l:colnum = l:match[2] + 0
endif
let l:type = 'W'
let l:text = l:match[6]
let l:detail = l:match[6]
let l:domain = 'https://github.com/hadolint/hadolint/wiki/'
if l:match[4] is# 'SC'
let l:domain = 'https://github.com/koalaman/shellcheck/wiki/'
endif
if l:match[5] isnot# ''
let l:code = l:match[4] . l:match[5]
let l:link = ' ( ' . l:domain . l:code . ' )'
let l:detail = l:code . l:link . "\n\n" . l:detail
else
let l:type = 'E'
endif
call add(l:output, {
\ 'lnum': l:lnum,
\ 'col': l:colnum,
\ 'type': l:type,
\ 'text': l:text,
\ 'detail': l:detail
\})
endfor
return l:output
endfunction
" This is a little different than the typical 'executable' callback. We want
" to afford the user the chance to say always use docker, never use docker,
" and use docker if the hadolint executable is not present on the system.
"
" In the case of neither docker nor hadolint executables being present, it
" really doesn't matter which we return -- either will have the effect of
" 'nope, can't use this linter!'.
function! ale_linters#dockerfile#hadolint#GetExecutable(buffer) abort
let l:use_docker = ale#Var(a:buffer, 'dockerfile_hadolint_use_docker')
" check for mandatory directives
if l:use_docker is# 'never'
return 'hadolint'
elseif l:use_docker is# 'always'
return 'docker'
endif
" if we reach here, we want to use 'hadolint' if present...