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LSP-rome

by sublimelsp ST4

Rome LSP server for Sublime LSP

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LSP-rome

Rome unifies your development stack by combining the functionality of separate tools. It uses a single configuration file, has fantastic performance, and works with any stack. This package enables Sublime Text integration so that you can: - Format files on save or when issuing the LSP: Format Document command - See linting hints while you type and apply code fixes - Perform refactors

The package supports JavaScript and TypeScript files.

Installation

  1. Install LSP and LSP-rome via Package Control.
  2. (Optional but recommended) Install LSP-file-watcher-chokidar via Package Control to enable functionality to notify the server about changes to the rome.json configuration file.
  3. Restart Sublime.

Configuration

Open the configuration file using the Command Palette Preferences: LSP-rome Settings command or from the Sublime menu.

Note By default Rome requires a configuration file (rome.json) in the root of the project to enable syntax errors, formatting and linting. This can be changed through the rome.requireConfiguration option in Preferences: LSP-rome Settings.

Rome Resolution

The package tries to use Rome from your project's local dependencies (node_modules/rome). We recommend adding Rome as a project dependency to ensure that NPM scripts and the extension use the same Rome version.

You can also explicitly specify the rome binary the extension should use by configuring the rome.lspBin setting in LSP-rome Settings.

If the project has no dependency on Rome and no explicit path is configured, the extension uses the Rome version managed by this package.

Usage

Format document

To format an entire document, open the Command Palette (Ctrl/++P) and select LSP: Format Document.

To format a text range, select the text you want to format, open the Command Palette (Ctrl/++P), and select LSP: Format Selection.

Fix on save

To enable fix on save, open Preferences: LSP Settings from the Command Palette and set:

{
    "lsp_code_actions_on_save": {
        "quickfix.rome": true
    }
}

Imports Sorting [Experimental]

Rome has experimental support for imports sorting through the “Organize Imports” code action. This action is accessible through the Command Palette (Ctrl/++P) by selecting LSP-rome: Organize Imports.

Currently, this functionality needs to be explicitly enabled in the rome.json configuration file:

{
    "organizeImports": {
        "enabled": true
    }
}

You can add the following to Preferences: LSP Settings if you want the action to run automatically on save instead of calling it manually:

{
    "lsp_code_actions_on_save":{
        "source.organizeImports.rome": true
    }
}