Convenience plugin to install/update OmniSharp for LSP
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This is a helper package that automatically installs and updates OmniSharp for you.
To use this package, you must have:
- The LSP package.
- The .NET SDK. (The “Core” version does not work on macOS.)
- For macOS and Linux, Mono in order to be able to run the executable.
This language server operates on views with the
source.cs base scope.
The server is installed in the $DATA/Cache/LSP-OmniSharp directory, where $DATA is the base data path of Sublime Text.
For instance, $DATA is
~/.config/sublime-text on a Linux system. If you want to force a re-installation of the server,
you can delete the entire $DATA/Cache/LSP-OmniSharp directory.
Like any helper package, installation starts when you open a view that is suitable for this language server. In this
case, that means that when you open a view with the
source.cs base scope, installation commences.
Configure OmniSharp by accessing
Preferences > Package Settings > LSP > Servers > LSP-OmniSharp.
OmniSharp takes a while to initialize itself because it starts compiling your project in the background. This is after the “server” has initialized so it may look like it's doing nothing while it's compiling.
OmniSharp can do a lot of cool things, like
- code completion
- signature help
- hover info
- some quality code actions
- find references
- goto def