Sublime Text 3 Plugin for YCMD
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Sublime Text YouCompleteMe
sublime-ycmd is a Sublime Text 3 plugin that leverages ycmd to generate autocomplete suggestions. To use this plugin, ycmd must be installed.
This requires that ycmd be built with clang completer support. This also
requires a project-specific/global configuration file for ycmd. The easiest
way to do that is to create a
.ycm_extra_conf.py in the root of the project
tree and add the required
FlagsForFile method in it.
See the ycmd README for more information.
This should not require any special setup, as ycmd will use Jedi to perform python semantic completions.
If the python binary used to build and run ycmd is not the same as the python
binary used in the project/environment, the completions may be slightly off.
This can be corrected by updating the
"python_binary_path" variable in the
ycmd default settings file (
This requires that ycmd be built with tern completer support. This also requires
a project-specific configuration file for Tern itself. Create a
file in the root of the project and add the necessary configuration there.
See the Tern docs for more information.
The supported options are listened in the default settings file. See
sublime-ycmd.sublime-settings for more information.
When submitting issues, try to collect log output relating to the problem. This includes log output from both the plugin, and from ycmd itself.
To run the unit-test suite, simply execute
The tests are not yet complete. It tests some basic low-level operations, but does not test any of the plugin behaviour.
Ensure that unit tests still pass. If possible, ensure that
pylint does not