New versions of the server and the vscode extensions are out, you can install them right now.
Here’s the changelog for the extension
- Added commands for installing and browsing Elm packages
- Change extension icon
The server changelog:
- Updated and clarified the readme in multiple ways, also added sublime text instructions
- Reworked settings and detection of
- Server figures out the elm version automatically
- Correctly detect cursors on or after the last character of a token
- elm.json detection is now handled by the server, the setting is deprecated
- Handle elm libraries better, we failed to load the correct deps before this
- You can configure when to run elm-analyse via the setting
elmAnalyseTrigger (“change” | “save” | “never”)
- Some cleanups for cases where the elm compiler does not respond with a json
Most of the work corrected some wrong assumptions that lead to sublime text not being able to be used as a client in some cases. Some quality of life changes and some bugfixes, as always.
Just installed the VS Code extension, but for some reason it doesn’t appear to be working. Nothing on hover, no formatting, etc. Don’t see any activity from it in the output panel either. Is there another step I’m missing? The last version worked fine.
There have been substantial changes in startup. It should activate as soon as you open an elm file. Previously we acted on an
elm.json being present.
Strange. Not sure what the issues is. Tried restarting VS Code to see if that’d do the trick. Still nothing. I don’t need to globally install the language server or anything right?
Nope, that didn’t work either.
It seems to have stopped working for me as well.
I also no longer get any messages in the ‘Output’ tab relating to ElmLS.
Syntax highlighting is working, but that seems to be the only thing, no formatting, or elm-analyse messages etc.
Managed to get it working with the solution shared here: https://github.com/elm-tooling/elm-language-client-vscode/issues/26
Just run the following:
npm run copy-wasm;
You may have to restart VS Code afterwards
EDIT: this was a workaround for v0.5.0
Pushed an update earlier today including these fixes:
- Fixed missing dependency on startup
- Updated the language server
- Fix problem on init on windows systems
I tried this. What I got looks like an error message:
But, as far as I can see, the ElmLS extension now works on this system. Not sure if the
npm run copy-wasm; made a difference in this case.
Things were still not working for me, even after I upgraded to 0.5.1, and after trying the
npm run copy-wasm command.
However, there was some output that made the problem obvious:
[Trace - 09:15:38] Sending request 'initialize - (0)'.
[Trace - 09:15:39] Received notification 'window/logMessage'.
[Info - 09:15:39] Loading Elm tree-sitter syntax from ../../../../.vscode-oss/extensions/elmtooling.elm-ls-vscode-0.5.1/server/out/tree-sitter-elm.wasm
[Trace - 09:15:39] Received response 'initialize - (0)' in 591ms. Request failed: Request initialize failed with message: EACCES: permission denied, scandir '/home/allanderek/src/github.com/<repo>/nginx/cache/api' (-32603).
[Error - 09:15:39] Server initialization failed.
Message: Request initialize failed with message: EACCES: permission denied, scandir '/home/allanderek/src/github.com/<repo>/nginx/cache/api'
[Trace - 09:15:39] Sending request 'shutdown - (1)'.
(node:8520) [DEP0091] DeprecationWarning: crypto.DEFAULT_ENCODING is deprecated.
(node:8520) [DEP0010] DeprecationWarning: crypto.createCredentials is deprecated. Use tls.createSecureContext instead.
(node:8520) [DEP0011] DeprecationWarning: crypto.Credentials is deprecated. Use tls.SecureContext instead.
[Trace - 09:15:39] Received response 'shutdown - (1)' in 1ms.
[Trace - 09:15:39] Sending notification 'exit'.
The directory in question is indeed not owned by the current user.
Deleting that directory and then re-starting vscode seems to have fixed the problem.
Just wanted to drop a quick note of thanks to @razze for this incredibly high quality extension! I’d love to jump in and contribute if you are open to it. It has made my day-to-day coding Elm in VSCode so much more enjoyable.
I’m very open to that. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out.
Pushed a new version of both the server and the vscode extension, here’s the changelog for the extension:
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