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LSP-serenata

by Cloudstek ST3

PHP support for Sublime's LSP plugin using Serenata

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  • Total 261
  • Win 106
  • Mac 67
  • Linux 88
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⚠️ This repository has been moved to sublimelsp/LSP-Serenata!

LSP-serenata

PHP support for Sublime's LSP plugin using Serenata.

Getting started

  • Install LSP and LSP-serenata from Package Control.
  • Restart Sublime.

Configuration

Configure the Serenata language server by accessing Preferences > Package Settings > LSP > Servers > LSP-serenata.

Several options can be set for example when php is not in your PATH, these settings are supported:

phpPath Name of the PHP binary in your PATH or an absolute path to the PHP binary. You can use ${home} to reference your user's home directory. The default is php.

memoryLimit This option is passed to directly to PHP as memory_limit, please see the PHP documentation. The default is 1024M for 1GB of allowed memory.

Reporting issues

This package provides only a client implementation, for any server related bugs please report them here.