kandi X-RAY | LSP4J_Tutorial Summary
kandi X-RAY | LSP4J_Tutorial Summary
We will be using The Eclipse IDE to work through the tutorial. Eclipse is not mandatory for lsp4j, but included in this repository is an Eclipse Plugin to allow testing your language server.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- This method is called when a document is changed
- Called when a document is changed
- Handle a document change
- Called when a document has changed
- This method is called when a text document is opened
- Open the text document
- Open a text document
- Called when a text document is opened
- Marks the hover at the given position
- Hovers the document at the given position
- This method returns a CompletionItem containing a list of CompletionItems matching the given position
- Region CompletionItem Implementation
- Initialize the classpath
- Gets the route for the given line
- Resolve variable definition line
- Gets the resolved lines
- Shuts down the cluster
- When closed
- Get input stream
- Creates a CompletionItem with the given position and position params
- Finds all ways between from and to
- Returns a document symbol information
- Get the hover content
- Parses a line and extracts a variable definition
- Retrieves references for a given reference
- Fetch location information for a given position
- Initialize capabilities
- Return stream
LSP4J_Tutorial Key Features
LSP4J_Tutorial Examples and Code Snippets
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I'm looking for a regular expression that matches strings for a syntax highlighter used in a code editor. I've found...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-05 at 10:24
You could use an alternation to match either a backreference to group 1 or assert the end of the string with your current pattern.
I am trying to build Code Editor in Flutter app using TextField, I tried using flutter_syntax_view but the problem is, it only accept code as a predefined string text and it does not have any option to write a code.
This is what I have tried:
- If we can show number of lines on left like code editor
Open for suggestions, appreciate the help...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-14 at 04:57
See my work on github: http://github.com/icedman/flutter_editor
It uses flutter_highlight, multicursor edits, minimap, line number gutter. Under development - you may want to contribute to that project.
I also wrote an article on creating an editor under 1000 lines of code in Flutter - wherein i explained why i ditched the textfield and made my own widget:
So I am trying to figure out if there is any way to make a visual studio code live server to display an HTML page I am currently on. What I mean is that when I create an HTML page it displays on the live server but I want to link another HTML page to that page through anchor text but when I go to the new HTML page I am not able to view it on the live server as it still shows the previous HTML page. What I want to do is to be able to have these two pages running so when I click on one on visual studio code it would show that page on live sever and when I click another page and do a bit of editing, save and refresh it should display that new page on live server...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 05:46
I usually have variables/function names like:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-15 at 10:19
There are definitely fancy plugins for this (smth. about "motion" and "case"). But on most occasions, IMO, one is able to count, e.g. 5s or 8s etc.
I want to embed a code editor in my react application. The code editor should be like vscode. Some website -(https://play.tailwindcss.com/, https://www.typescriptlang.org/play/) use these vscode type code editors in their webpages. My simple question is how can I embed them and are there any libraries available. I have seen something called ace but that isn't like vscode.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-06 at 14:51
Later after looking html source I found that its - https://microsoft.github.io/monaco-editor/
I want to type the script "code ." in terminal in order to open my code editor, PhpStorm. How can I do that?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-27 at 04:04
code command is used to open VS Code specifically. PhpStorm doesn't come with a command-line interface, but you can create one by following this tutorial (you will need the Toolbox app in order to generate a shell script if an alias isn't enough for you): https://www.jetbrains.com/help/phpstorm/working-with-the-ide-features-from-command-line.html
I am wondering what the best code editor is. I cannot use VS code, because it crashes every time I user it. I know I can look up this information on Google, but I want to get a realistic answer, not just someone promoting their product.Requirements
Nothing much, all I want to be able to do is code, and maybe have a built in terminal. If there is extensions that I can use for themes, or an extensive choice of themes that would be great.
Please let me know, and thanks so much for the help, I really appreciate it!...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-21 at 19:12
It really depends what language you're writing in. Atom is a good choice, which has GitHub integration, and probably has some packages you can install for terminal support of some kind. if you're using Python Atom is definitely a good choice; if you're using Java, Eclipse might better suit your needs. Despite the inevitable promotions from various companies, Google is your friend here (most code editors are free and open source anyway, so a company wouldn't really gain much by promoting their editor).
I've used the CodeBox project from CodeProject and it works very well except for the fact that I can't disable text wrapping. In a normal TextBox, simply setting the TextWrapping property to NoWrap does the trick, but not with CodeBox (which inherits from TextBox in code-behind). I've tried adding a horizontal scrollbar but that doesn't help. The scrollbar is visible and it changes the size of the drag button to show that it sees that the unwrapped text is wider than the viewing area, but since the text has already been wrapped, dragging it doesn't make any difference.
I've tracked the problem to a line in OnRender:
"formattedText.MaxTextWidth = this.ViewportWidth; // space for scrollbar"
I'm fairly new to WPF and there's much to it that is still mysterious to me, so the solution may be obvious to someone with more experience with it.
I'd appreciate any suggestions. This is the code-behind C#, lengthy, but it has been trimmed down to only enough to show what's going on. The rest (that has been reomved) is just code that does more text-coloring....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-15 at 16:15
The fix is to set MaxTextWidth to the width of the line instead of the ViewportWidth property:
I'm making a code editor in java, and I ran into a problem while implementing syntax coluring. I could not find anything on the Internet on how to do it. I only found a 6 year old post that did not work. Can anyone help?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-25 at 03:53
first: you need to use a jEditorPane
Second: Create a highlighter like this(you can change the color of the highligthe):
Can DOMJudge be installed on VMWare? If so can the DOMServer, Judgehost and Teams, all be created in a single VM instance? What is the complete procedure? This is just to verify before going for AWS. I referred to the documentation but couldn't understand it fully....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-22 at 18:24
There are no technical barriers to doing this. However, the teams would need workstations to work on the problems and submit them, so I do not really understand how you'd install the teams in a VMware vm.
You can add the Judgehost to the same VM but I would not recommend it. Ideally you'd run the Judgehost on the same type of hardware that the teams use to work on the problem set. If not, I'd recommend to run it in a separate VM's, and depending on the size of your contest, to run a few Judgehosts.
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