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LSP

by sublimelsp ST3

Client implementation of the Language Server Protocol for Sublime Text

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  • Total 140K
  • Win 50K
  • Mac 47K
  • Linux 43K
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Windows 3 37 60 39 44 39 36 30 44 48 46 45 35 40 22 60 40 53 60 35 28 27 41 47 36 64 40 25 48 41 35 37 44 34 32 30 47 45 48 41 44 22 30 44 49 58
Mac 1 25 31 36 20 32 17 22 35 31 24 37 50 26 20 26 40 37 29 32 24 34 38 37 42 34 41 21 20 35 41 33 46 28 12 13 29 44 27 34 27 17 26 40 42 37
Linux 7 40 40 52 38 36 22 34 35 32 43 28 28 37 23 37 32 19 27 30 29 43 34 27 32 39 28 28 31 26 29 32 29 39 33 25 34 39 48 43 40 30 32 41 48 40

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Source
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LSP

Like an IDE, except it’s the good parts. Learn more.

TypeScript Server Example

Installation

Stable Version

Open the command palette and run Package Control: Install Package, then select LSP.

Development Version

Clone this repository into your Packages directory. Open the command palette and run Package Control: Satisfy Dependencies.

Getting started

Follow the installation steps for a specific language server.

Open a document supported by the language server. LSP should report the language server starting in the status bar.

See more information in the documentation :open_book:.

Getting help

If you have any problems, see the troubleshooting guide for tips and known limitations. If the documentation cannot solve your problem, you can look for help in: