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Lars Heinemann
@lhein
great that it works for you
we are really at the very beginning with that tooling
a lot of features are still not complete or missing even
this server provides the lsp features like code completion
we also want to enable that for Java files
any help is welcome
Alain Pham
@alainpham
Sure i'm aware of that. I'm glad to be an early adopter for this and I'll try my best to contribute if I can. Do you know if there is any initiative around a language server supporting general XML auto-completion?
Lars Heinemann
@lhein
as far as I know there is no fully featured LSP so far
which is quite strange
I would have expected such a server even earlier than a Java one
Alain Pham
@alainpham
yes, it's a bit surprising the only one that is know is this one https://github.com/microclimate-devops/xml-language-server, and it does only validation for now.
Lars Heinemann
@lhein
@alainpham that one looks quite inactive
initial commit 4 months ago
since then not much activity
@apupier_twitter do u know other XML LSP ?
Aurélien Pupier
@apupier_twitter
yes but the IBm one is the most advanced
you can follow Microsoft/vscode#1440 where the most active discussiosn and references can be found
for Red Hatters, you calso follow openshiftio/openshift.io#1193 and http://post-office.corp.redhat.com/archives/devtools-pm/2018-April/msg00092.html
Aurélien Pupier
@apupier_twitter
for completion on xml LSP o microclimate, there is this issue reported microclimate-devops/xml-language-server#9
and I guess that you can vote a +1 on it :-)
Alain Pham
@alainpham
Thanks for the pointers. I up voted all of them :).
Aurélien Pupier
@apupier_twitter
Camel Language Server available an working in openshift.io https://twitter.com/apupier/status/996724901464690688
:-)
Aurélien Pupier
@apupier_twitter
for information: https://t.co/Ue5OB5bNyt
tweet abou tblogpost mentioning Eclipse and VS Code MArketplace
and how to use the Camel Language Server on openshift.io
Flemming Harms
@fharms
I can’t get endpoint completion to work in properties files for IDEA with the latest released version, but the test cases is green. Has anybody noticed this also?
Aurélien Pupier
@apupier
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requires a lot of cleaning but...
Camel URI completion in Java file too with the LSP
(and requires several good conditions...)
anyway a first step for a better support on several IDEs
Aurélien Pupier
@apupier
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Lars Heinemann
@lhein

:D

Aurélien Pupier
@apupier
Apache Camel URi completion for Java DSL has been announced (available for VS Code and Eclipse Desktop)
https://twitter.com/apupier/status/1016670721874059264
Aurélien Pupier
@apupier
and now some validatin of endpoints: https://twitter.com/apupier/status/1017023702783979520
for information I tried to reuse the code from camel-idea (duplicated fo rnow in common-tooling)
I'm pretty sure that more code can be factorize on this part in the future
Tomáš Sedmík
@tsedmik
@apupier, @lhein I'm thinking about Apache Camel LSP project management and I'm wondering if we plan to work in sprints (fixed release cycles) or "once we have something we will make a release"? It will help me to draft an initial workflow how to manage the whole project on GitHub
Lars Heinemann
@lhein
for now we did not follow sprints or fixed cycles
whenever we felt there are enough new features we cut a release
Tomáš Sedmík
@tsedmik
@lhein ok, that's what I thought and that's IMHO most reasonable way to go for now :-)
Aurélien Pupier
@apupier
@davsclaus Hello Claus. is it possible to include Tomas and Dominik Jelinek in the member of Camel Tooling organization please? (or give me rigth to do it)
Tomas will create a board to better manage the LSP work in github directly and start having some QE applied on it (and soon documentation)
Claus Ibsen
@davsclaus
@apupier yeah sure
@apupier you and @lhein are now also owners so you ought to have admin rights
Aurélien Pupier
@apupier
thanks!
Tomáš Sedmík
@tsedmik
@apupier Hi Aurelien, I've noticed, that you've started playing with project boards :-)
@apupier I believe, that we need to set some guidelines and rules how to work with it