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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
for example:
Tomáš Sedmík
@tsedmik
Hi @apupier, @lhein, could you get me some tips or hints how to test Apache Camel LSP locally - to be able verify resolved issues? What is your workflow in development phase?
Aurélien Pupier
@apupier
I launch a maven build on the language server project to have the fat jar genrated in target folder