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Francisco Lopes
@oblitum
because it's the sole thing that shows up in status messages when I start nvim from home without any file.
Qiming zhao
@chemzqm
Watchman could scan your home when there is specific files there.
Francisco Lopes
@oblitum
I just ignore which
:/
only thing I know is that coc is what starts it, and it always puts home in the watch-list
the only exception I just discovered, is that after a watch-del-all, it isn't listed anymore
so... just very weird
Qiming zhao
@chemzqm
Not happens for me
Francisco Lopes
@oblitum
I think it puts it in the first place because my home dir is under git
so, technically, it's a workspace root
and it would be fine if it could respect not to scan untracked files.
Ritesh Harjani
@riteshharjani

@chemzqm
riteshharjani/coc.nvim@ca9998c

^^^^ Could you please check if this is as per the coding guidelines of coc.nvim
Have coded the function to show the function declaration on hover within any function/class/ etc...

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let me know if there is anything wrong, I can correct it and send a pull request.
Thanks for all the help.
Qiming zhao
@chemzqm
@riteshharjani avoid use documentSymbol request, the buffer could be not loaded.
Ritesh Harjani
@riteshharjani
I looked at implementation of getCurrentFunctionSymbol.
awarewen
@awarewen

Hello,^^
i have a Problem of mycoc.nvimplugin:
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Demand

i need Coc.nvimcalls my haskell-ide-engineplugin.

Process

I installed haskell-ide-enginewith yay package manager in Arch linux
This is my config files

#>>  in  init.toml
[[layers]]
    name = "lsp"
    #> 类型支持列表 #> 默认调用命令 
    filetypes = [
      "c",          #> c/c++> ['clangd']
      "cpp",
      "sh",         #> ['bash-language-server', 'start']
      "javascript", #> ['javascript-typescript-stdio']
      "html",      #> ['html-languageserver', '--stdio']
      "haskell",    #> ['hie-wrapper', '--lsp'] 
    ]
    [layers.override_cmd]
      c       = ["clangd"]
[[layers]]
  name = "lang#haskell"

That's all configrations in my coc-settings.json file

  "languageserver": {
  "haskell": {
    "command": "hie-wrapper",
    "args": ["--lsp"],
    "rootPatterns": [
      "*.cabal",
      "stack.yaml",
      "cabal.project",
      "package.yaml"
    ],
    "filetypes": [
      "hs",
      "lhs",
      "haskell"
    ],
    "initializationOptions": {
      "haskell": {
      }
    }
  }
}

}

I Don't know how to fix that error, can somebaby help me, please .T^T

Qiming zhao
@chemzqm
Check log of your language server, we don't know why it crashed.
awarewen
@awarewen

Check log of your language server, we don't know why it crashed.

OK Thanks for reply, I will check it. :(

Qiming zhao
@chemzqm
awarewen
@awarewen

Output may contains something useful https://github.com/neoclide/coc.nvim/wiki/Debug-language-server#using-output-channel

OK , I Get it; thanks for guiding!

Francisco Lopes
@oblitum
@awarewen you should try haskell-language-server instead of hie.
it's also easily available through ghcup.
spamwax
@spamwax:matrix.org
[m]
is it possible to feed the output of CocAction("documentSymbols") to fzf
Francisco Lopes
@oblitum
there's coc-fzf
it should provide it
spamwax
@spamwax:matrix.org
[m]
I'll try that
jbrashears
@jbrashears
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cryptofish7
@cryptofish7
hey
cryptofish7
@cryptofish7
What is coc#_complete() and how do I configure coc so this function doesn't cause lag?
Qiming zhao
@chemzqm
:h coc-config-suggest
cryptofish7
@cryptofish7
@chemzqm how do i use this ?
Qiming zhao
@chemzqm
Read wiki
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toty88
@toty88:matrix.org
[m]
Hello guys! Im new to nvim and coc as well but I cant seem to find out how to change default coc-emmet abbreviations
Qiming zhao
@chemzqm

Hello guys! Im new to nvim and coc as well but I cant seem to find out how to change default coc-emmet abbreviations

Why you need change emmet abbreviations?

toty88
@toty88:matrix.org
[m]
html:5 comes with a meta tag that's not useful to me right now! Im in the process of learning html-css-js.. and haven't learned about meta yet
to be honest it doesn't trouble me at all I just wanna learn how to change/create emmet abbreviations haha
Qiming zhao
@chemzqm
It's built in snippet, you have to fork the code if you don't like it.
toty88
@toty88:matrix.org
[m]
Ohh I didn't know! Is there any way of Not changing but adding new abbreviations? I read that putting a snippet.json file at ~/.config/coc/extensions/ works but mine doesn't
Qiming zhao
@chemzqm

I read that putting a snippet.json file at ~/.config/coc/extensions/ works but mine doesn't

Where you read it? coc.nvim itself doesn't load snippet files.

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toty88
@toty88:matrix.org
[m]
Thanks @chemzqm you've been very helpful!
Qiming zhao
@chemzqm
Maybe https://github.com/mattn/emmet-vim could load emmet snippets from files.
toty88
@toty88:matrix.org
[m]
thanks! wont be any conflicts with coc-emmet? having the two altogether?
mas88
@mas88:matrix.org
[m]
Hi, I'm trying to debug an issue and I'm not sure I can make an reproducible example and I was wondering if anyone could help me with some directions debugging.
When I run :CocCommand pyright.organizeimports I get "[coc.nvim] Error on applyEdits: x is not iterable"
I'm unsure if coc is the correct debug point or pyright.