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    Boris Staletic
    @bstaletic
    What about <C-v>j inside vim? Or any other non-mapped character.
    Marcin Kuropatwiński
    @mkurop
    <C-v>j highlights a line as expected in visual mode
    Boris Staletic
    @bstaletic
    Insert mode!
    You did try <C-v>m in insert mode too, right?
    Marcin Kuropatwiński
    @mkurop
    no
    in insert mode it types m or respectively j
    <C-v> alone results in ^ on a blue background
    in insert mode of course
    in normal mode it switches to block visual mode
    Boris Staletic
    @bstaletic
    Does m, in insert mode, invoke completion?
    If you remove the g:ycm_key..., with minimal vimrc, in insert mode, does <C-Space> invoke completion?
    Marcin Kuropatwiński
    @mkurop
    yes, it works now with minimal vimrc
    Boris Staletic
    @bstaletic
    With<C-Space>?
    Marcin Kuropatwiński
    @mkurop
    yes
    I try it in spacevim now
    in spacevim it works now as expected after mapping <C-Space> to ycm completion
    so the problem is solved
    two little things
    the mapping
    and the insert mode
    Ben Jackson
    @puremourning
    oh so this whole time you weren't doing ctrl-space in insert mode? ok that... that explains it ;)
    Marcin Kuropatwiński
    @mkurop
    first I have not mapped C-Space properly in spacevim
    I tried in insert mode as well
    but after I mapped C-Space in spacevim I tried without insert mode, I was not aware of that insert mode, most commands are invoked in normal mode
    in general my search was chaotic since I was not aware of that insert mode
    Jonathan Chan Kwan Yin
    @SOF3
    Is the rust-analyzer dependency outdated?
    I'm suffering from this issue rust-analyzer/rust-analyzer#4172
    it seems that rust-analyzer has already updated on their side
    but I'm still getting the error message of getting unable to find libcore.
    cl-ax
    @cl-ax
    Hi, how can I go to a type's definition with YCM and TypeScript?
    Ben Jackson
    @puremourning
    @SOF3 can you explain the issue you are seeing and how we can reproduce it?
    @cl-ax :YcmCompleter GoToDefinition doesn't work ?
    Boris Staletic
    @bstaletic
    There's also :YcmCompleter GoToType.
    cl-ax
    @cl-ax
    I think I was missing the tsuquoyoyi plugin (can't ever remember the name) that gives :TsuTypeDefinition
    Boris Staletic
    @bstaletic
    That's provided by :YcmCompleter GoToType.
    cl-ax
    @cl-ax
    So I don't need Tsuqouqoqy?
    Boris Staletic
    @bstaletic
    I have no idea what that thing is. A jump to the type definition is provided by GoToType.
    L-YM
    @Layamon
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    How can I fix this problem? It seems like ycm can not find stdc++ headers?
    L-YM
    @Layamon
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    already add these dir into ycm extra file... but not fix it
    Ben Jackson
    @puremourning
    YcmDebugInfo and YcmDiags
    RafaelRiosAsh
    @RafaelRiosAsh
    I tried installing ycm on my mac running 10.14.6, it obviously failed and I realized maybe too late that it's because of my gcc compiler, I read in one of the open issues that I could run an older version, I just have no idea how to do that, and haven't been able to find the answer anywhere, I was wondering if I could get some pointers
    Boris Staletic
    @bstaletic
    @RafaelRiosAsh Checking out an older version is just git reset --hard 4e480a317d4858db91631c14883c5927243d4893 && git submodule update --init --recursive
    Brian Orwe
    @Borwe
    Does anybody know how to make cmd completion pop up dialog on vim like it does on neovim ?
    Boris Staletic
    @bstaletic
    :h wildmenu and <C-d> is closest thing vim offers.
    Brian Orwe
    @Borwe
    Cool, thanks.
    Brian Orwe
    @Borwe
    I am having problem with ycm and ultisnips, the hints for snippet completion popup, but pressing <CR> nor <Tab> makes it fill in the buffer.