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Ivan Yonchovski
@yyoncho
a, this is when you press a
 "range": {
          "start": {
            "line": 21,
            "character": 4
          },
          "end": {
            "line": 21,
            "character": 6
          }
        },
can you tell me if this range is ok?
can you compare that range to the range after pressing b
Justin Schell
@schellj
        "range": {
          "start": {
            "line": 21,
            "character": 4
          },
          "end": {
            "line": 21,
            "character": 5
          }
        },
Ivan Yonchovski
@yyoncho
what is your company-frontends?
Justin Schell
@schellj
(company-pseudo-tooltip-unless-just-one-frontend)
Ivan Yonchovski
@yyoncho
use (company-pseudo-tooltip-frontend)
Justin Schell
@schellj
ok, setting that back to the default (company-pseudo-tooltip-unless-just-one-frontend company-preview-if-just-one-frontend company-echo-metadata-frontend), I get the single completion again
Thanks for the help
you may refer to this for some settings
Justin Schell
@schellj
Thanks
Ivan Yonchovski
@yyoncho
Hey @gabgo for some reason the doom profile does not work for lsp-gitpod. I mean, it does not work in the new containers that I am building
I separated spacemacs/doom container creation because each time I touch a particular setup I had to wait half an hour to rebuld the container
It will clone the repo as per ORG/PROJECT variables
Jens Lautenbacher
@jtl5770
hi, Are code lenses supposed to work with golang?
I am able to to see them when doing java, but besides the fact that there are some custom options for code lenses, I have never been able to see anything that resembles the little inserts I know from java in any go code buffer
Am I missing something obvious here? Note that I have them generally enabled, otherwise I wouldn't be able to use them in java...
(everything lsp related is up-to-date from melpa)
Ivan Yonchovski
@yyoncho
@jtl5770 I believe so, but I am not familiar with that server. Do you see any lenses?
@jtl5770 one of the gopls users files few feature requests for them, so I believe the server supports lenses
Jens Lautenbacher
@jtl5770
@yyoncho - no, that's my problem. It clearly assumes that their should be lenses, but I can't see any. (Again - same emacs config shows lenses for java)
When I look at the capabilities of the gopls server, it doesn't say "t" or similar for the codeLensProvider (just nothing after the ":")
But there are customize options that allow to select lenses to show in the list code (and all are enabled)
Ivan Yonchovski
@yyoncho
@jtl5770 you may open discussion item and cc https://github.com/muirdm ?
Jens Lautenbacher
@jtl5770
you mean an issue on github?
Jens Lautenbacher
@jtl5770
One question - who is responsible to populate the imenu entries when running lsp? E.g. those shown by lsp-treemacs or lsp-ui-imenu?
Ist this completely independent of the lsp server or is this something that lsp supplies to imenu?
I see that there are a couple of options to customize in lsp-ui-imenu and lsp-imenu but I can't see from there where the initial data is coming from
Ivan Yonchovski
@yyoncho
@jtl5770 lsp-mode is resposible for the rendering logic, server is providing the data
Jens Lautenbacher
@jtl5770
is there a way to see the raw data from the server to check if this is already false or if there are bugs in rendering?
Ivan Yonchovski
@yyoncho
(setq lsp-print-io t) and M-x lsp-workspace-show-log
Jens Lautenbacher
@jtl5770
sorry for the dumb question - can I post a screenshot here and if yes - how can I do this :-) I am too dumb today to be able to find it
Ivan Yonchovski
@yyoncho
you can, drag and drop should do
Jens Lautenbacher
@jtl5770
I assume this screenshot shows a bug somewhere: The SensorLedProducerStruct should be shown below the "Structs" header
Screenshot-lsp-ui-imenu.png
In the end I am trying to find a way to also display the methods together with the structs they operate on, but for a start I try to find out what's going wrong here
Jens Lautenbacher
@jtl5770
@yyoncho - should I open a bug on github for the imenu bug (as seen in the picture above?)
Ivan Yonchovski
@yyoncho
@jtl5770 yes, you may crosscheck lsp-treemacs-symbols
Ivan Yonchovski
@yyoncho
@/all Introducing lsp-gitpod: Emacs WEB IDE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nXRmMO_Rkuo
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Jens Lautenbacher
@jtl5770
@yyoncho ok, did a report the best I could... I hope it helps
@yyoncho I also described in the bug report the lsp-treemacs-symbols behavior (and the inline display in the main lsp-treemacs and hwo they differ or are also affected by problems)
gagbo
@gagbo:matrix.org
[m]

Issues are closed on lsp-gitpod repo ? It would be nice to track things.

It looks like the docker image for Doom didn't build correctly from trying to C-x C-f in the expected Doom clone repo

gagbo
@gagbo:matrix.org
[m]
I created a PR to replace Ivy with vertico in the repo, but that didn't trigger an image rebuild. Maybe I'll just build and tag it myself
(And I just found out that the image is pulled from your personal workspace https://hub.docker.com/r/yyoncho/gitpod-doom ). In any case, just checking the emacs-user-directory after building the image should be enough to see if it's going to work or not