i can imagine we could include some hover information, perhaps by turning on a preference
How do you disable autocomplete+? Or at least the "show suggestions" feature? It is far too buggy and slow in version 1.0.
NVM. It's loaded as a package. :-)
pretty much everything is a package
now i'm curious what Atom looks like if you disable ALL packages, including all the core packages :)
is there an autocomplete for java and groovy?
@stephantaylor It would be helpful if you could quantify specific issues or expectations you have around behavior. As described above, there's nothing actionable that we can do to make your experience better. What packages do you / did you have installed and active when you ran into your performance issues?
how can i check what is the line that is being returned from editor.getText()? console.log(line) does not seem to work.
anything that i log within getSuggestions() is not getting displayed.
hey @joefitzgerald my autocomplete isn't working but otherwise it looks like go-plus is working, autocomplete-plus is activated, and i get a suggestion after 1 keystroke but nothing for more keystrokes and cmd+space doesnt seem to do anything
Waft version of go?
Can you paste the output from Packages > Go Plus > Display Go Information?
Go: go1.4.2 darwin/amd64 (@/usr/local/go/bin/go) GOPATH: /Users/haynes/mount/src/versions/realign/realigner/go Cover Tool: /usr/local/go/pkg/tool/darwin_amd64/cover Vet Tool: /usr/local/go/pkg/tool/darwin_amd64/vet Format Tool: /Users/haynes/mount/src/versions/realign/realigner/go/bin/goimports Lint Tool: Not Found Gocode Tool: /Users/haynes/mount/src/versions/realign/realigner/go/bin/gocode Godef Tool: Not Found Gocode Status: Enabled Oracle Tool: /Users/haynes/mount/src/versions/realign/realigner/go/bin/oracle Git: /usr/bin/git PATH: /usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/opt/X11/bin:/usr/local/go/bin:/usr/texbin:/usr/local/Cellar/go/1.3.3/bin/ Atom: 1.0.3 (darwin x64 13.4.0)
ooh, i might have an idea now all of a sudden, that gocode is on a linux computer that is remotely mounted in my "mount" directory, ill try pointing it at a local gocode?
Yes that sounds like a good idea!
how do i set that? its not in the settings for go-plus
Via your path
Relaunch atom from terminal once you've made the change