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Overview

Package protocol contains the structs that map directly to the request and response messages of the Language Server Protocol.

It is a literal transcription, with unmodified comments, and only the changes required to make it go code. Names are uppercased to export them. All fields have JSON tags added to correct the names. Fields marked with a ? are also marked as "omitempty" Fields that are "|| null" are made pointers Fields that are string or number are left as string Fields that are type "number" are made float64

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Constants

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const (
	// A set of predefined code action kinds
	// Empty kind.
	Empty CodeActionKind = ""
	// Base kind for quickfix actions: 'quickfix'
	QuickFix CodeActionKind = "quickfix"
	// Base kind for refactoring actions: 'refactor'
	Refactor CodeActionKind = "refactor"
	// Base kind for refactoring extraction actions: 'refactor.extract'
	//
	// Example extract actions:
	//
	//
	//  - Extract method
	//  - Extract function
	//  - Extract variable
	//  - Extract interface from class
	//  - ...
	RefactorExtract CodeActionKind = "refactor.extract"
	// Base kind for refactoring inline actions: 'refactor.inline'
	//
	// Example inline actions:
	//
	//
	//  - Inline function
	//  - Inline variable
	//  - Inline constant
	//  - ...
	RefactorInline CodeActionKind = "refactor.inline"
	// Base kind for refactoring move actions: `refactor.move`
	//
	// Example move actions:
	//
	//
	//  - Move a function to a new file
	//  - Move a property between classes
	//  - Move method to base class
	//  - ...
	//
	// @since 3.18.0
	// @proposed
	RefactorMove CodeActionKind = "refactor.move"
	// Base kind for refactoring rewrite actions: 'refactor.rewrite'
	//
	// Example rewrite actions:
	//
	//
	//  - Convert JavaScript function to class
	//  - Add or remove parameter
	//  - Encapsulate field
	//  - Make method static
	//  - Move method to base class
	//  - ...
	RefactorRewrite CodeActionKind = "refactor.rewrite"
	// Base kind for source actions: `source`
	//
	// Source code actions apply to the entire file.
	Source CodeActionKind = "source"
	// Base kind for an organize imports source action: `source.organizeImports`
	SourceOrganizeImports CodeActionKind = "source.organizeImports"
	// Base kind for auto-fix source actions: `source.fixAll`.
	//
	// Fix all actions automatically fix errors that have a clear fix that do not require user input.
	// They should not suppress errors or perform unsafe fixes such as generating new types or classes.
	//
	// @since 3.15.0
	SourceFixAll CodeActionKind = "source.fixAll"
	// Base kind for all code actions applying to the entire notebook's scope. CodeActionKinds using
	// this should always begin with `notebook.`
	//
	// @since 3.18.0
	Notebook CodeActionKind = "notebook"
	// The reason why code actions were requested.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	// Code actions were explicitly requested by the user or by an extension.
	CodeActionInvoked CodeActionTriggerKind = 1
	// Code actions were requested automatically.
	//
	// This typically happens when current selection in a file changes, but can
	// also be triggered when file content changes.
	CodeActionAutomatic CodeActionTriggerKind = 2
	// The kind of a completion entry.
	TextCompletion          CompletionItemKind = 1
	MethodCompletion        CompletionItemKind = 2
	FunctionCompletion      CompletionItemKind = 3
	ConstructorCompletion   CompletionItemKind = 4
	FieldCompletion         CompletionItemKind = 5
	VariableCompletion      CompletionItemKind = 6
	ClassCompletion         CompletionItemKind = 7
	InterfaceCompletion     CompletionItemKind = 8
	ModuleCompletion        CompletionItemKind = 9
	PropertyCompletion      CompletionItemKind = 10
	UnitCompletion          CompletionItemKind = 11
	ValueCompletion         CompletionItemKind = 12
	EnumCompletion          CompletionItemKind = 13
	KeywordCompletion       CompletionItemKind = 14
	SnippetCompletion       CompletionItemKind = 15
	ColorCompletion         CompletionItemKind = 16
	FileCompletion          CompletionItemKind = 17
	ReferenceCompletion     CompletionItemKind = 18
	FolderCompletion        CompletionItemKind = 19
	EnumMemberCompletion    CompletionItemKind = 20
	ConstantCompletion      CompletionItemKind = 21
	StructCompletion        CompletionItemKind = 22
	EventCompletion         CompletionItemKind = 23
	OperatorCompletion      CompletionItemKind = 24
	TypeParameterCompletion CompletionItemKind = 25
	// Completion item tags are extra annotations that tweak the rendering of a completion
	// item.
	//
	// @since 3.15.0
	// Render a completion as obsolete, usually using a strike-out.
	ComplDeprecated CompletionItemTag = 1
	// How a completion was triggered
	// Completion was triggered by typing an identifier (24x7 code
	// complete), manual invocation (e.g Ctrl+Space) or via API.
	Invoked CompletionTriggerKind = 1
	// Completion was triggered by a trigger character specified by
	// the `triggerCharacters` properties of the `CompletionRegistrationOptions`.
	TriggerCharacter CompletionTriggerKind = 2
	// Completion was re-triggered as current completion list is incomplete
	TriggerForIncompleteCompletions CompletionTriggerKind = 3
	// The diagnostic's severity.
	// Reports an error.
	SeverityError DiagnosticSeverity = 1
	// Reports a warning.
	SeverityWarning DiagnosticSeverity = 2
	// Reports an information.
	SeverityInformation DiagnosticSeverity = 3
	// Reports a hint.
	SeverityHint DiagnosticSeverity = 4
	// The diagnostic tags.
	//
	// @since 3.15.0
	// Unused or unnecessary code.
	//
	// Clients are allowed to render diagnostics with this tag faded out instead of having
	// an error squiggle.
	Unnecessary DiagnosticTag = 1
	// Deprecated or obsolete code.
	//
	// Clients are allowed to rendered diagnostics with this tag strike through.
	Deprecated DiagnosticTag = 2
	// The document diagnostic report kinds.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	// A diagnostic report with a full
	// set of problems.
	DiagnosticFull DocumentDiagnosticReportKind = "full"
	// A report indicating that the last
	// returned report is still accurate.
	DiagnosticUnchanged DocumentDiagnosticReportKind = "unchanged"
	// A document highlight kind.
	// A textual occurrence.
	Text DocumentHighlightKind = 1
	// Read-access of a symbol, like reading a variable.
	Read DocumentHighlightKind = 2
	// Write-access of a symbol, like writing to a variable.
	Write DocumentHighlightKind = 3
	// Predefined error codes.
	ParseError     ErrorCodes = -32700
	InvalidRequest ErrorCodes = -32600
	MethodNotFound ErrorCodes = -32601
	InvalidParams  ErrorCodes = -32602
	InternalError  ErrorCodes = -32603
	// Error code indicating that a server received a notification or
	// request before the server has received the `initialize` request.
	ServerNotInitialized ErrorCodes = -32002
	UnknownErrorCode     ErrorCodes = -32001
	// Applying the workspace change is simply aborted if one of the changes provided
	// fails. All operations executed before the failing operation stay executed.
	Abort FailureHandlingKind = "abort"
	// All operations are executed transactional. That means they either all
	// succeed or no changes at all are applied to the workspace.
	Transactional FailureHandlingKind = "transactional"
	// If the workspace edit contains only textual file changes they are executed transactional.
	// If resource changes (create, rename or delete file) are part of the change the failure
	// handling strategy is abort.
	TextOnlyTransactional FailureHandlingKind = "textOnlyTransactional"
	// The client tries to undo the operations already executed. But there is no
	// guarantee that this is succeeding.
	Undo FailureHandlingKind = "undo"
	// The file event type
	// The file got created.
	Created FileChangeType = 1
	// The file got changed.
	Changed FileChangeType = 2
	// The file got deleted.
	Deleted FileChangeType = 3
	// A pattern kind describing if a glob pattern matches a file a folder or
	// both.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	// The pattern matches a file only.
	FilePattern FileOperationPatternKind = "file"
	// The pattern matches a folder only.
	FolderPattern FileOperationPatternKind = "folder"
	// A set of predefined range kinds.
	// Folding range for a comment
	Comment FoldingRangeKind = "comment"
	// Folding range for an import or include
	Imports FoldingRangeKind = "imports"
	// Folding range for a region (e.g. `#region`)
	Region FoldingRangeKind = "region"
	// Inlay hint kinds.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	// An inlay hint that for a type annotation.
	Type InlayHintKind = 1
	// An inlay hint that is for a parameter.
	Parameter InlayHintKind = 2
	// Describes how an {@link InlineCompletionItemProvider inline completion provider} was triggered.
	//
	// @since 3.18.0
	// @proposed
	// Completion was triggered explicitly by a user gesture.
	InlineInvoked InlineCompletionTriggerKind = 1
	// Completion was triggered automatically while editing.
	InlineAutomatic InlineCompletionTriggerKind = 2
	// Defines whether the insert text in a completion item should be interpreted as
	// plain text or a snippet.
	// The primary text to be inserted is treated as a plain string.
	PlainTextTextFormat InsertTextFormat = 1
	// The primary text to be inserted is treated as a snippet.
	//
	// A snippet can define tab stops and placeholders with `$1`, `$2`
	// and `${3:foo}`. `$0` defines the final tab stop, it defaults to
	// the end of the snippet. Placeholders with equal identifiers are linked,
	// that is typing in one will update others too.
	//
	// See also: https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/specification-current/#snippet_syntax
	SnippetTextFormat InsertTextFormat = 2
	// How whitespace and indentation is handled during completion
	// item insertion.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	// The insertion or replace strings is taken as it is. If the
	// value is multi line the lines below the cursor will be
	// inserted using the indentation defined in the string value.
	// The client will not apply any kind of adjustments to the
	// string.
	AsIs InsertTextMode = 1
	// The editor adjusts leading whitespace of new lines so that
	// they match the indentation up to the cursor of the line for
	// which the item is accepted.
	//
	// Consider a line like this: <2tabs><cursor><3tabs>foo. Accepting a
	// multi line completion item is indented using 2 tabs and all
	// following lines inserted will be indented using 2 tabs as well.
	AdjustIndentation InsertTextMode = 2
	// A request failed but it was syntactically correct, e.g the
	// method name was known and the parameters were valid. The error
	// message should contain human readable information about why
	// the request failed.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	RequestFailed LSPErrorCodes = -32803
	// The server cancelled the request. This error code should
	// only be used for requests that explicitly support being
	// server cancellable.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	ServerCancelled LSPErrorCodes = -32802
	// The server detected that the content of a document got
	// modified outside normal conditions. A server should
	// NOT send this error code if it detects a content change
	// in it unprocessed messages. The result even computed
	// on an older state might still be useful for the client.
	//
	// If a client decides that a result is not of any use anymore
	// the client should cancel the request.
	ContentModified LSPErrorCodes = -32801
	// The client has canceled a request and a server as detected
	// the cancel.
	RequestCancelled LSPErrorCodes = -32800
	// Predefined Language kinds
	// @since 3.18.0
	// @proposed
	LangABAP         LanguageKind = "abap"
	LangWindowsBat   LanguageKind = "bat"
	LangBibTeX       LanguageKind = "bibtex"
	LangClojure      LanguageKind = "clojure"
	LangCoffeescript LanguageKind = "coffeescript"
	LangC            LanguageKind = "c"
	LangCPP          LanguageKind = "cpp"
	LangCSharp       LanguageKind = "csharp"
	LangCSS          LanguageKind = "css"
	// @since 3.18.0
	// @proposed
	LangD LanguageKind = "d"
	// @since 3.18.0
	// @proposed
	LangDelphi          LanguageKind = "pascal"
	LangDiff            LanguageKind = "diff"
	LangDart            LanguageKind = "dart"
	LangDockerfile      LanguageKind = "dockerfile"
	LangElixir          LanguageKind = "elixir"
	LangErlang          LanguageKind = "erlang"
	LangFSharp          LanguageKind = "fsharp"
	LangGitCommit       LanguageKind = "git-commit"
	LangGitRebase       LanguageKind = "rebase"
	LangGo              LanguageKind = "go"
	LangGroovy          LanguageKind = "groovy"
	LangHandlebars      LanguageKind = "handlebars"
	LangHTML            LanguageKind = "html"
	LangIni             LanguageKind = "ini"
	LangJava            LanguageKind = "java"
	LangJavaScript      LanguageKind = "javascript"
	LangJavaScriptReact LanguageKind = "javascriptreact"
	LangJSON            LanguageKind = "json"
	LangLaTeX           LanguageKind = "latex"
	LangLess            LanguageKind = "less"
	LangLua             LanguageKind = "lua"
	LangMakefile        LanguageKind = "makefile"
	LangMarkdown        LanguageKind = "markdown"
	LangObjectiveC      LanguageKind = "objective-c"
	LangObjectiveCPP    LanguageKind = "objective-cpp"
	// @since 3.18.0
	// @proposed
	LangPascal          LanguageKind = "pascal"
	LangPerl            LanguageKind = "perl"
	LangPerl6           LanguageKind = "perl6"
	LangPHP             LanguageKind = "php"
	LangPowershell      LanguageKind = "powershell"
	LangPug             LanguageKind = "jade"
	LangPython          LanguageKind = "python"
	LangR               LanguageKind = "r"
	LangRazor           LanguageKind = "razor"
	LangRuby            LanguageKind = "ruby"
	LangRust            LanguageKind = "rust"
	LangSCSS            LanguageKind = "scss"
	LangSASS            LanguageKind = "sass"
	LangScala           LanguageKind = "scala"
	LangShaderLab       LanguageKind = "shaderlab"
	LangShellScript     LanguageKind = "shellscript"
	LangSQL             LanguageKind = "sql"
	LangSwift           LanguageKind = "swift"
	LangTypeScript      LanguageKind = "typescript"
	LangTypeScriptReact LanguageKind = "typescriptreact"
	LangTeX             LanguageKind = "tex"
	LangVisualBasic     LanguageKind = "vb"
	LangXML             LanguageKind = "xml"
	LangXSL             LanguageKind = "xsl"
	LangYAML            LanguageKind = "yaml"
	// Describes the content type that a client supports in various
	// result literals like `Hover`, `ParameterInfo` or `CompletionItem`.
	//
	// Please note that `MarkupKinds` must not start with a `$`. This kinds
	// are reserved for internal usage.
	// Plain text is supported as a content format
	PlainText MarkupKind = "plaintext"
	// Markdown is supported as a content format
	Markdown MarkupKind = "markdown"
	// The message type
	// An error message.
	Error MessageType = 1
	// A warning message.
	Warning MessageType = 2
	// An information message.
	Info MessageType = 3
	// A log message.
	Log MessageType = 4
	// A debug message.
	//
	// @since 3.18.0
	// @proposed
	Debug MessageType = 5
	// The moniker kind.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	// The moniker represent a symbol that is imported into a project
	Import MonikerKind = "import"
	// The moniker represents a symbol that is exported from a project
	Export MonikerKind = "export"
	// The moniker represents a symbol that is local to a project (e.g. a local
	// variable of a function, a class not visible outside the project, ...)
	Local MonikerKind = "local"
	// A notebook cell kind.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	// A markup-cell is formatted source that is used for display.
	Markup NotebookCellKind = 1
	// A code-cell is source code.
	Code NotebookCellKind = 2
	// A set of predefined position encoding kinds.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	// Character offsets count UTF-8 code units (e.g. bytes).
	UTF8 PositionEncodingKind = "utf-8"
	// Character offsets count UTF-16 code units.
	//
	// This is the default and must always be supported
	// by servers
	UTF16 PositionEncodingKind = "utf-16"
	// Character offsets count UTF-32 code units.
	//
	// Implementation note: these are the same as Unicode codepoints,
	// so this `PositionEncodingKind` may also be used for an
	// encoding-agnostic representation of character offsets.
	UTF32 PositionEncodingKind = "utf-32"
	// The client's default behavior is to select the identifier
	// according the to language's syntax rule.
	Identifier PrepareSupportDefaultBehavior = 1
	// Supports creating new files and folders.
	Create ResourceOperationKind = "create"
	// Supports renaming existing files and folders.
	Rename ResourceOperationKind = "rename"
	// Supports deleting existing files and folders.
	Delete ResourceOperationKind = "delete"
	// A set of predefined token modifiers. This set is not fixed
	// an clients can specify additional token types via the
	// corresponding client capabilities.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	ModDeclaration    SemanticTokenModifiers = "declaration"
	ModDefinition     SemanticTokenModifiers = "definition"
	ModReadonly       SemanticTokenModifiers = "readonly"
	ModStatic         SemanticTokenModifiers = "static"
	ModDeprecated     SemanticTokenModifiers = "deprecated"
	ModAbstract       SemanticTokenModifiers = "abstract"
	ModAsync          SemanticTokenModifiers = "async"
	ModModification   SemanticTokenModifiers = "modification"
	ModDocumentation  SemanticTokenModifiers = "documentation"
	ModDefaultLibrary SemanticTokenModifiers = "defaultLibrary"
	// A set of predefined token types. This set is not fixed
	// an clients can specify additional token types via the
	// corresponding client capabilities.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	NamespaceType SemanticTokenTypes = "namespace"
	// Represents a generic type. Acts as a fallback for types which can't be mapped to
	// a specific type like class or enum.
	TypeType          SemanticTokenTypes = "type"
	ClassType         SemanticTokenTypes = "class"
	EnumType          SemanticTokenTypes = "enum"
	InterfaceType     SemanticTokenTypes = "interface"
	StructType        SemanticTokenTypes = "struct"
	TypeParameterType SemanticTokenTypes = "typeParameter"
	ParameterType     SemanticTokenTypes = "parameter"
	VariableType      SemanticTokenTypes = "variable"
	PropertyType      SemanticTokenTypes = "property"
	EnumMemberType    SemanticTokenTypes = "enumMember"
	EventType         SemanticTokenTypes = "event"
	FunctionType      SemanticTokenTypes = "function"
	MethodType        SemanticTokenTypes = "method"
	MacroType         SemanticTokenTypes = "macro"
	KeywordType       SemanticTokenTypes = "keyword"
	ModifierType      SemanticTokenTypes = "modifier"
	CommentType       SemanticTokenTypes = "comment"
	StringType        SemanticTokenTypes = "string"
	NumberType        SemanticTokenTypes = "number"
	RegexpType        SemanticTokenTypes = "regexp"
	OperatorType      SemanticTokenTypes = "operator"
	// @since 3.17.0
	DecoratorType SemanticTokenTypes = "decorator"
	// How a signature help was triggered.
	//
	// @since 3.15.0
	// Signature help was invoked manually by the user or by a command.
	SigInvoked SignatureHelpTriggerKind = 1
	// Signature help was triggered by a trigger character.
	SigTriggerCharacter SignatureHelpTriggerKind = 2
	// Signature help was triggered by the cursor moving or by the document content changing.
	SigContentChange SignatureHelpTriggerKind = 3
	// A symbol kind.
	File          SymbolKind = 1
	Module        SymbolKind = 2
	Namespace     SymbolKind = 3
	Package       SymbolKind = 4
	Class         SymbolKind = 5
	Method        SymbolKind = 6
	Property      SymbolKind = 7
	Field         SymbolKind = 8
	Constructor   SymbolKind = 9
	Enum          SymbolKind = 10
	Interface     SymbolKind = 11
	Function      SymbolKind = 12
	Variable      SymbolKind = 13
	Constant      SymbolKind = 14
	String        SymbolKind = 15
	Number        SymbolKind = 16
	Boolean       SymbolKind = 17
	Array         SymbolKind = 18
	Object        SymbolKind = 19
	Key           SymbolKind = 20
	Null          SymbolKind = 21
	EnumMember    SymbolKind = 22
	Struct        SymbolKind = 23
	Event         SymbolKind = 24
	Operator      SymbolKind = 25
	TypeParameter SymbolKind = 26
	// Symbol tags are extra annotations that tweak the rendering of a symbol.
	//
	// @since 3.16
	// Render a symbol as obsolete, usually using a strike-out.
	DeprecatedSymbol SymbolTag = 1
	// Represents reasons why a text document is saved.
	// Manually triggered, e.g. by the user pressing save, by starting debugging,
	// or by an API call.
	Manual TextDocumentSaveReason = 1
	// Automatic after a delay.
	AfterDelay TextDocumentSaveReason = 2
	// When the editor lost focus.
	FocusOut TextDocumentSaveReason = 3
	// Defines how the host (editor) should sync
	// document changes to the language server.
	// Documents should not be synced at all.
	None TextDocumentSyncKind = 0
	// Documents are synced by always sending the full content
	// of the document.
	Full TextDocumentSyncKind = 1
	// Documents are synced by sending the full content on open.
	// After that only incremental updates to the document are
	// send.
	Incremental TextDocumentSyncKind = 2
	Relative    TokenFormat          = "relative"
	// Turn tracing off.
	Off TraceValue = "off"
	// Trace messages only.
	Messages TraceValue = "messages"
	// Verbose message tracing.
	Verbose TraceValue = "verbose"
	// Moniker uniqueness level to define scope of the moniker.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	// The moniker is only unique inside a document
	Document UniquenessLevel = "document"
	// The moniker is unique inside a project for which a dump got created
	Project UniquenessLevel = "project"
	// The moniker is unique inside the group to which a project belongs
	Group UniquenessLevel = "group"
	// The moniker is unique inside the moniker scheme.
	Scheme UniquenessLevel = "scheme"
	// The moniker is globally unique
	Global UniquenessLevel = "global"
	// Interested in create events.
	WatchCreate WatchKind = 1
	// Interested in change events
	WatchChange WatchKind = 2
	// Interested in delete events
	WatchDelete WatchKind = 4
)

Variables

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var (
	// RequestCancelledError should be used when a request is cancelled early.
	RequestCancelledError   = jsonrpc2.NewError(-32800, "JSON RPC cancelled")
	RequestCancelledErrorV2 = jsonrpc2_v2.NewError(-32800, "JSON RPC cancelled")
)

Functions

func ApplyEdits

func ApplyEdits(m *Mapper, edits []TextEdit) ([]byte, []diff.Edit, error)

ApplyEdits applies the patch (edits) to m.Content and returns the result. It also returns the edits converted to diff-package form.

func Call

func Call(ctx context.Context, conn jsonrpc2.Conn, method string, params interface{}, result interface{}) error

func CancelHandler

func CancelHandler(handler jsonrpc2.Handler) jsonrpc2.Handler

func ClientHandler

func ClientHandler(client Client, handler jsonrpc2.Handler) jsonrpc2.Handler

func ClientHandlerV2

func ClientHandlerV2(client Client) jsonrpc2_v2.Handler

func CompareLocation

func CompareLocation(x, y Location) int

CompareLocation defines a three-valued comparison over locations, lexicographically ordered by (URI, Range).

func ComparePosition

func ComparePosition(a, b Position) int

ComparePosition returns -1 if a is before b, 0 if a == b, and 1 if a is after b.

func CompareRange

func CompareRange(a, b Range) int

CompareRange returns -1 if a is before b, 0 if a == b, and 1 if a is after b.

A range a is defined to be 'before' b if a.Start is before b.Start, or a.Start == b.Start and a.End is before b.End.

func EditsToDiffEdits

func EditsToDiffEdits(m *Mapper, edits []TextEdit) ([]diff.Edit, error)

EditsToDiffEdits converts LSP TextEdits to diff.Edits. See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification/#textEditArray

func Handlers

func Handlers(handler jsonrpc2.Handler) jsonrpc2.Handler

func Intersect

func Intersect(a, b Range) bool

func LogEvent

func LogEvent(ctx context.Context, ev core.Event, lm label.Map, mt MessageType) context.Context

func LoggingStream

func LoggingStream(str jsonrpc2.Stream, w io.Writer) jsonrpc2.Stream

LoggingStream returns a stream that does LSP protocol logging too

func NonNilSlice

func NonNilSlice[T comparable](x []T) []T

NonNilSlice returns x, or an empty slice if x was nil.

(Many slice fields of protocol structs must be non-nil to avoid being encoded as JSON "null".)

func SemMods

func SemMods(n int) []string

SemMods returns the []string equivalent of the mods, for gopls semtok.

func SemType

func SemType(n int) string

SemType returns a string equivalent of the type, for gopls semtok

func SemanticModifiers

func SemanticModifiers() []string

SemanticModifiers to use in case there is no client.

func SemanticTypes

func SemanticTypes() []string

SemanticTypes to use in case there is no client, as in the command line, or tests.

func ServerHandler

func ServerHandler(server Server, handler jsonrpc2.Handler) jsonrpc2.Handler

func ServerHandlerV2

func ServerHandlerV2(server Server) jsonrpc2_v2.Handler

func UTF16Len

func UTF16Len(s []byte) int

UTF16Len returns the number of codes in the UTF-16 transcoding of s.

func UnmarshalJSON

func UnmarshalJSON(msg json.RawMessage, v any) error

UnmarshalJSON unmarshals msg into the variable pointed to by params. In JSONRPC, optional messages may be "null", in which case it is a no-op.

func WithClient

func WithClient(ctx context.Context, client Client) context.Context

Types

type AnnotatedTextEdit

type AnnotatedTextEdit struct {
	// The actual identifier of the change annotation
	AnnotationID *ChangeAnnotationIdentifier `json:"annotationId,omitempty"`
	TextEdit
}

A special text edit with an additional change annotation.

@since 3.16.0.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#annotatedTextEdit

type ApplyWorkspaceEditParams

type ApplyWorkspaceEditParams struct {
	// An optional label of the workspace edit. This label is
	// presented in the user interface for example on an undo
	// stack to undo the workspace edit.
	Label string `json:"label,omitempty"`
	// The edits to apply.
	Edit WorkspaceEdit `json:"edit"`
}

The parameters passed via an apply workspace edit request.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#applyWorkspaceEditParams

type ApplyWorkspaceEditResult

type ApplyWorkspaceEditResult struct {
	// Indicates whether the edit was applied or not.
	Applied bool `json:"applied"`
	// An optional textual description for why the edit was not applied.
	// This may be used by the server for diagnostic logging or to provide
	// a suitable error for a request that triggered the edit.
	FailureReason string `json:"failureReason,omitempty"`
	// Depending on the client's failure handling strategy `failedChange` might
	// contain the index of the change that failed. This property is only available
	// if the client signals a `failureHandlingStrategy` in its client capabilities.
	FailedChange uint32 `json:"failedChange,omitempty"`
}

The result returned from the apply workspace edit request.

@since 3.17 renamed from ApplyWorkspaceEditResponse

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#applyWorkspaceEditResult

type BaseSymbolInformation

type BaseSymbolInformation struct {
	// The name of this symbol.
	Name string `json:"name"`
	// The kind of this symbol.
	Kind SymbolKind `json:"kind"`
	// Tags for this symbol.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	Tags []SymbolTag `json:"tags,omitempty"`
	// The name of the symbol containing this symbol. This information is for
	// user interface purposes (e.g. to render a qualifier in the user interface
	// if necessary). It can't be used to re-infer a hierarchy for the document
	// symbols.
	ContainerName string `json:"containerName,omitempty"`
}

A base for all symbol information.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#baseSymbolInformation

type CallHierarchyClientCapabilities

type CallHierarchyClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether implementation supports dynamic registration. If this is set to `true`
	// the client supports the new `(TextDocumentRegistrationOptions & StaticRegistrationOptions)`
	// return value for the corresponding server capability as well.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
}

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#callHierarchyClientCapabilities

type CallHierarchyIncomingCall

type CallHierarchyIncomingCall struct {
	// The item that makes the call.
	From CallHierarchyItem `json:"from"`
	// The ranges at which the calls appear. This is relative to the caller
	// denoted by {@link CallHierarchyIncomingCall.from `this.from`}.
	FromRanges []Range `json:"fromRanges"`
}

Represents an incoming call, e.g. a caller of a method or constructor.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#callHierarchyIncomingCall

type CallHierarchyIncomingCallsParams

type CallHierarchyIncomingCallsParams struct {
	Item CallHierarchyItem `json:"item"`
	WorkDoneProgressParams
	PartialResultParams
}

The parameter of a `callHierarchy/incomingCalls` request.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#callHierarchyIncomingCallsParams

type CallHierarchyItem

type CallHierarchyItem struct {
	// The name of this item.
	Name string `json:"name"`
	// The kind of this item.
	Kind SymbolKind `json:"kind"`
	// Tags for this item.
	Tags []SymbolTag `json:"tags,omitempty"`
	// More detail for this item, e.g. the signature of a function.
	Detail string `json:"detail,omitempty"`
	// The resource identifier of this item.
	URI DocumentURI `json:"uri"`
	// The range enclosing this symbol not including leading/trailing whitespace but everything else, e.g. comments and code.
	Range Range `json:"range"`
	// The range that should be selected and revealed when this symbol is being picked, e.g. the name of a function.
	// Must be contained by the {@link CallHierarchyItem.range `range`}.
	SelectionRange Range `json:"selectionRange"`
	// A data entry field that is preserved between a call hierarchy prepare and
	// incoming calls or outgoing calls requests.
	Data interface{} `json:"data,omitempty"`
}

Represents programming constructs like functions or constructors in the context of call hierarchy.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#callHierarchyItem

type CallHierarchyOptions

type CallHierarchyOptions struct {
	WorkDoneProgressOptions
}

Call hierarchy options used during static registration.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#callHierarchyOptions

type CallHierarchyOutgoingCall

type CallHierarchyOutgoingCall struct {
	// The item that is called.
	To CallHierarchyItem `json:"to"`
	// The range at which this item is called. This is the range relative to the caller, e.g the item
	// passed to {@link CallHierarchyItemProvider.provideCallHierarchyOutgoingCalls `provideCallHierarchyOutgoingCalls`}
	// and not {@link CallHierarchyOutgoingCall.to `this.to`}.
	FromRanges []Range `json:"fromRanges"`
}

Represents an outgoing call, e.g. calling a getter from a method or a method from a constructor etc.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#callHierarchyOutgoingCall

type CallHierarchyOutgoingCallsParams

type CallHierarchyOutgoingCallsParams struct {
	Item CallHierarchyItem `json:"item"`
	WorkDoneProgressParams
	PartialResultParams
}

The parameter of a `callHierarchy/outgoingCalls` request.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#callHierarchyOutgoingCallsParams

type CallHierarchyPrepareParams

type CallHierarchyPrepareParams struct {
	TextDocumentPositionParams
	WorkDoneProgressParams
}

The parameter of a `textDocument/prepareCallHierarchy` request.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#callHierarchyPrepareParams

type CancelParams

type CancelParams struct {
	// The request id to cancel.
	ID interface{} `json:"id"`
}

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#cancelParams

type ChangeAnnotation

type ChangeAnnotation struct {
	// A human-readable string describing the actual change. The string
	// is rendered prominent in the user interface.
	Label string `json:"label"`
	// A flag which indicates that user confirmation is needed
	// before applying the change.
	NeedsConfirmation bool `json:"needsConfirmation,omitempty"`
	// A human-readable string which is rendered less prominent in
	// the user interface.
	Description string `json:"description,omitempty"`
}

Additional information that describes document changes.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#changeAnnotation

type ChangeAnnotationIdentifier

type ChangeAnnotationIdentifier = string // (alias)

An identifier to refer to a change annotation stored with a workspace edit.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#changeAnnotationIdentifier

type ChangeAnnotationsSupportOptions

type ChangeAnnotationsSupportOptions struct {
	// Whether the client groups edits with equal labels into tree nodes,
	// for instance all edits labelled with "Changes in Strings" would
	// be a tree node.
	GroupsOnLabel bool `json:"groupsOnLabel,omitempty"`
}

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#changeAnnotationsSupportOptions

type Client

type Client interface {
	// See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#logTrace
	LogTrace(context.Context, *LogTraceParams) error
	// See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#progress
	Progress(context.Context, *ProgressParams) error
	// See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#client_registerCapability
	RegisterCapability(context.Context, *RegistrationParams) error
	// See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#client_unregisterCapability
	UnregisterCapability(context.Context, *UnregistrationParams) error
	// See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#telemetry_event
	Event(context.Context, *interface{}) error
	// See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#textDocument_publishDiagnostics
	PublishDiagnostics(context.Context, *PublishDiagnosticsParams) error
	// See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#window_logMessage
	LogMessage(context.Context, *LogMessageParams) error
	// See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#window_showDocument
	ShowDocument(context.Context, *ShowDocumentParams) (*ShowDocumentResult, error)
	// See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#window_showMessage
	ShowMessage(context.Context, *ShowMessageParams) error
	// See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#window_showMessageRequest
	ShowMessageRequest(context.Context, *ShowMessageRequestParams) (*MessageActionItem, error)
	// See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#window_workDoneProgress_create
	WorkDoneProgressCreate(context.Context, *WorkDoneProgressCreateParams) error
	// See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#workspace_applyEdit
	ApplyEdit(context.Context, *ApplyWorkspaceEditParams) (*ApplyWorkspaceEditResult, error)
	// See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#workspace_codeLens_refresh
	CodeLensRefresh(context.Context) error
	// See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#workspace_configuration
	Configuration(context.Context, *ParamConfiguration) ([]LSPAny, error)
	// See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#workspace_diagnostic_refresh
	DiagnosticRefresh(context.Context) error
	// See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#workspace_foldingRange_refresh
	FoldingRangeRefresh(context.Context) error
	// See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#workspace_inlayHint_refresh
	InlayHintRefresh(context.Context) error
	// See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#workspace_inlineValue_refresh
	InlineValueRefresh(context.Context) error
	// See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#workspace_semanticTokens_refresh
	SemanticTokensRefresh(context.Context) error
	// See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#workspace_workspaceFolders
	WorkspaceFolders(context.Context) ([]WorkspaceFolder, error)
}

type ClientCapabilities

type ClientCapabilities struct {
	// Workspace specific client capabilities.
	Workspace WorkspaceClientCapabilities `json:"workspace,omitempty"`
	// Text document specific client capabilities.
	TextDocument TextDocumentClientCapabilities `json:"textDocument,omitempty"`
	// Capabilities specific to the notebook document support.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	NotebookDocument *NotebookDocumentClientCapabilities `json:"notebookDocument,omitempty"`
	// Window specific client capabilities.
	Window WindowClientCapabilities `json:"window,omitempty"`
	// General client capabilities.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	General *GeneralClientCapabilities `json:"general,omitempty"`
	// Experimental client capabilities.
	Experimental interface{} `json:"experimental,omitempty"`
}

Defines the capabilities provided by the client.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#clientCapabilities

type ClientCloser

type ClientCloser interface {
	Client
	io.Closer
}

func ClientDispatcher

func ClientDispatcher(conn jsonrpc2.Conn) ClientCloser

ClientDispatcher returns a Client that dispatches LSP requests across the given jsonrpc2 connection.

func ClientDispatcherV2

func ClientDispatcherV2(conn *jsonrpc2_v2.Connection) ClientCloser

type ClientCodeActionKindOptions

type ClientCodeActionKindOptions struct {
	// The code action kind values the client supports. When this
	// property exists the client also guarantees that it will
	// handle values outside its set gracefully and falls back
	// to a default value when unknown.
	ValueSet []CodeActionKind `json:"valueSet"`
}

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#clientCodeActionKindOptions

type ClientCodeActionLiteralOptions

type ClientCodeActionLiteralOptions struct {
	// The code action kind is support with the following value
	// set.
	CodeActionKind ClientCodeActionKindOptions `json:"codeActionKind"`
}

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#clientCodeActionLiteralOptions

type ClientCodeActionResolveOptions

type ClientCodeActionResolveOptions struct {
	// The properties that a client can resolve lazily.
	Properties []string `json:"properties"`
}

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#clientCodeActionResolveOptions

type ClientCompletionItemOptions

type ClientCompletionItemOptions struct {
	// Client supports snippets as insert text.
	//
	// A snippet can define tab stops and placeholders with `$1`, `$2`
	// and `${3:foo}`. `$0` defines the final tab stop, it defaults to
	// the end of the snippet. Placeholders with equal identifiers are linked,
	// that is typing in one will update others too.
	SnippetSupport bool `json:"snippetSupport,omitempty"`
	// Client supports commit characters on a completion item.
	CommitCharactersSupport bool `json:"commitCharactersSupport,omitempty"`
	// Client supports the following content formats for the documentation
	// property. The order describes the preferred format of the client.
	DocumentationFormat []MarkupKind `json:"documentationFormat,omitempty"`
	// Client supports the deprecated property on a completion item.
	DeprecatedSupport bool `json:"deprecatedSupport,omitempty"`
	// Client supports the preselect property on a completion item.
	PreselectSupport bool `json:"preselectSupport,omitempty"`
	// Client supports the tag property on a completion item. Clients supporting
	// tags have to handle unknown tags gracefully. Clients especially need to
	// preserve unknown tags when sending a completion item back to the server in
	// a resolve call.
	//
	// @since 3.15.0
	TagSupport *CompletionItemTagOptions `json:"tagSupport,omitempty"`
	// Client support insert replace edit to control different behavior if a
	// completion item is inserted in the text or should replace text.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	InsertReplaceSupport bool `json:"insertReplaceSupport,omitempty"`
	// Indicates which properties a client can resolve lazily on a completion
	// item. Before version 3.16.0 only the predefined properties `documentation`
	// and `details` could be resolved lazily.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	ResolveSupport *ClientCompletionItemResolveOptions `json:"resolveSupport,omitempty"`
	// The client supports the `insertTextMode` property on
	// a completion item to override the whitespace handling mode
	// as defined by the client (see `insertTextMode`).
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	InsertTextModeSupport *ClientCompletionItemInsertTextModeOptions `json:"insertTextModeSupport,omitempty"`
	// The client has support for completion item label
	// details (see also `CompletionItemLabelDetails`).
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	LabelDetailsSupport bool `json:"labelDetailsSupport,omitempty"`
}

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#clientCompletionItemOptions

type ClientCompletionItemOptionsKind

type ClientCompletionItemOptionsKind struct {
	// The completion item kind values the client supports. When this
	// property exists the client also guarantees that it will
	// handle values outside its set gracefully and falls back
	// to a default value when unknown.
	//
	// If this property is not present the client only supports
	// the completion items kinds from `Text` to `Reference` as defined in
	// the initial version of the protocol.
	ValueSet []CompletionItemKind `json:"valueSet,omitempty"`
}

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#clientCompletionItemOptionsKind

type ClientCompletionItemResolveOptions

type ClientCompletionItemResolveOptions struct {
	// The properties that a client can resolve lazily.
	Properties []string `json:"properties"`
}

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#clientCompletionItemResolveOptions

type ClientDiagnosticsTagOptions

type ClientDiagnosticsTagOptions struct {
	// The tags supported by the client.
	ValueSet []DiagnosticTag `json:"valueSet"`
}

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#clientDiagnosticsTagOptions

type ClientFoldingRangeKindOptions

type ClientFoldingRangeKindOptions struct {
	// The folding range kind values the client supports. When this
	// property exists the client also guarantees that it will
	// handle values outside its set gracefully and falls back
	// to a default value when unknown.
	ValueSet []FoldingRangeKind `json:"valueSet,omitempty"`
}

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#clientFoldingRangeKindOptions

type ClientFoldingRangeOptions

type ClientFoldingRangeOptions struct {
	// If set, the client signals that it supports setting collapsedText on
	// folding ranges to display custom labels instead of the default text.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	CollapsedText bool `json:"collapsedText,omitempty"`
}

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#clientFoldingRangeOptions

type ClientInfo

type ClientInfo struct {
	// The name of the client as defined by the client.
	Name string `json:"name"`
	// The client's version as defined by the client.
	Version string `json:"version,omitempty"`
}

Information about the client

@since 3.15.0 @since 3.18.0 ClientInfo type name added. @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#clientInfo

type ClientInlayHintResolveOptions

type ClientInlayHintResolveOptions struct {
	// The properties that a client can resolve lazily.
	Properties []string `json:"properties"`
}

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#clientInlayHintResolveOptions

type ClientSemanticTokensRequestFullDelta

type ClientSemanticTokensRequestFullDelta struct {
	// The client will send the `textDocument/semanticTokens/full/delta` request if
	// the server provides a corresponding handler.
	Delta bool `json:"delta,omitempty"`
}

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#clientSemanticTokensRequestFullDelta

type ClientSemanticTokensRequestOptions

type ClientSemanticTokensRequestOptions struct {
	// The client will send the `textDocument/semanticTokens/range` request if
	// the server provides a corresponding handler.
	Range *Or_ClientSemanticTokensRequestOptions_range `json:"range,omitempty"`
	// The client will send the `textDocument/semanticTokens/full` request if
	// the server provides a corresponding handler.
	Full *Or_ClientSemanticTokensRequestOptions_full `json:"full,omitempty"`
}

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#clientSemanticTokensRequestOptions

type ClientShowMessageActionItemOptions

type ClientShowMessageActionItemOptions struct {
	// Whether the client supports additional attributes which
	// are preserved and send back to the server in the
	// request's response.
	AdditionalPropertiesSupport bool `json:"additionalPropertiesSupport,omitempty"`
}

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#clientShowMessageActionItemOptions

type ClientSignatureInformationOptions

type ClientSignatureInformationOptions struct {
	// Client supports the following content formats for the documentation
	// property. The order describes the preferred format of the client.
	DocumentationFormat []MarkupKind `json:"documentationFormat,omitempty"`
	// Client capabilities specific to parameter information.
	ParameterInformation *ClientSignatureParameterInformationOptions `json:"parameterInformation,omitempty"`
	// The client supports the `activeParameter` property on `SignatureInformation`
	// literal.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	ActiveParameterSupport bool `json:"activeParameterSupport,omitempty"`
	// The client supports the `activeParameter` property on
	// `SignatureHelp`/`SignatureInformation` being set to `null` to
	// indicate that no parameter should be active.
	//
	// @since 3.18.0
	// @proposed
	NoActiveParameterSupport bool `json:"noActiveParameterSupport,omitempty"`
}

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#clientSignatureInformationOptions

type ClientSignatureParameterInformationOptions

type ClientSignatureParameterInformationOptions struct {
	// The client supports processing label offsets instead of a
	// simple label string.
	//
	// @since 3.14.0
	LabelOffsetSupport bool `json:"labelOffsetSupport,omitempty"`
}

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#clientSignatureParameterInformationOptions

type ClientSymbolKindOptions

type ClientSymbolKindOptions struct {
	// The symbol kind values the client supports. When this
	// property exists the client also guarantees that it will
	// handle values outside its set gracefully and falls back
	// to a default value when unknown.
	//
	// If this property is not present the client only supports
	// the symbol kinds from `File` to `Array` as defined in
	// the initial version of the protocol.
	ValueSet []SymbolKind `json:"valueSet,omitempty"`
}

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#clientSymbolKindOptions

type ClientSymbolResolveOptions

type ClientSymbolResolveOptions struct {
	// The properties that a client can resolve lazily. Usually
	// `location.range`
	Properties []string `json:"properties"`
}

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#clientSymbolResolveOptions

type ClientSymbolTagOptions

type ClientSymbolTagOptions struct {
	// The tags supported by the client.
	ValueSet []SymbolTag `json:"valueSet"`
}

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#clientSymbolTagOptions

type CodeAction

type CodeAction struct {
	// A short, human-readable, title for this code action.
	Title string `json:"title"`
	// The kind of the code action.
	//
	// Used to filter code actions.
	Kind CodeActionKind `json:"kind,omitempty"`
	// The diagnostics that this code action resolves.
	Diagnostics []Diagnostic `json:"diagnostics,omitempty"`
	// Marks this as a preferred action. Preferred actions are used by the `auto fix` command and can be targeted
	// by keybindings.
	//
	// A quick fix should be marked preferred if it properly addresses the underlying error.
	// A refactoring should be marked preferred if it is the most reasonable choice of actions to take.
	//
	// @since 3.15.0
	IsPreferred bool `json:"isPreferred,omitempty"`
	// Marks that the code action cannot currently be applied.
	//
	// Clients should follow the following guidelines regarding disabled code actions:
	//
	//   - Disabled code actions are not shown in automatic [lightbulbs](https://code.visualstudio.com/docs/editor/editingevolved#_code-action)
	//     code action menus.
	//
	//   - Disabled actions are shown as faded out in the code action menu when the user requests a more specific type
	//     of code action, such as refactorings.
	//
	//   - If the user has a [keybinding](https://code.visualstudio.com/docs/editor/refactoring#_keybindings-for-code-actions)
	//     that auto applies a code action and only disabled code actions are returned, the client should show the user an
	//     error message with `reason` in the editor.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	Disabled *CodeActionDisabled `json:"disabled,omitempty"`
	// The workspace edit this code action performs.
	Edit *WorkspaceEdit `json:"edit,omitempty"`
	// A command this code action executes. If a code action
	// provides an edit and a command, first the edit is
	// executed and then the command.
	Command *Command `json:"command,omitempty"`
	// A data entry field that is preserved on a code action between
	// a `textDocument/codeAction` and a `codeAction/resolve` request.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	Data *json.RawMessage `json:"data,omitempty"`
}

A code action represents a change that can be performed in code, e.g. to fix a problem or to refactor code.

A CodeAction must set either `edit` and/or a `command`. If both are supplied, the `edit` is applied first, then the `command` is executed.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#codeAction

type CodeActionClientCapabilities

type CodeActionClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether code action supports dynamic registration.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
	// The client support code action literals of type `CodeAction` as a valid
	// response of the `textDocument/codeAction` request. If the property is not
	// set the request can only return `Command` literals.
	//
	// @since 3.8.0
	CodeActionLiteralSupport ClientCodeActionLiteralOptions `json:"codeActionLiteralSupport,omitempty"`
	// Whether code action supports the `isPreferred` property.
	//
	// @since 3.15.0
	IsPreferredSupport bool `json:"isPreferredSupport,omitempty"`
	// Whether code action supports the `disabled` property.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	DisabledSupport bool `json:"disabledSupport,omitempty"`
	// Whether code action supports the `data` property which is
	// preserved between a `textDocument/codeAction` and a
	// `codeAction/resolve` request.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	DataSupport bool `json:"dataSupport,omitempty"`
	// Whether the client supports resolving additional code action
	// properties via a separate `codeAction/resolve` request.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	ResolveSupport *ClientCodeActionResolveOptions `json:"resolveSupport,omitempty"`
	// Whether the client honors the change annotations in
	// text edits and resource operations returned via the
	// `CodeAction#edit` property by for example presenting
	// the workspace edit in the user interface and asking
	// for confirmation.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	HonorsChangeAnnotations bool `json:"honorsChangeAnnotations,omitempty"`
	// Whether the client supports documentation for a class of
	// code actions.
	//
	// @since 3.18.0
	// @proposed
	DocumentationSupport bool `json:"documentationSupport,omitempty"`
}

The Client Capabilities of a {@link CodeActionRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#codeActionClientCapabilities

type CodeActionContext

type CodeActionContext struct {
	// An array of diagnostics known on the client side overlapping the range provided to the
	// `textDocument/codeAction` request. They are provided so that the server knows which
	// errors are currently presented to the user for the given range. There is no guarantee
	// that these accurately reflect the error state of the resource. The primary parameter
	// to compute code actions is the provided range.
	Diagnostics []Diagnostic `json:"diagnostics"`
	// Requested kind of actions to return.
	//
	// Actions not of this kind are filtered out by the client before being shown. So servers
	// can omit computing them.
	Only []CodeActionKind `json:"only,omitempty"`
	// The reason why code actions were requested.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	TriggerKind *CodeActionTriggerKind `json:"triggerKind,omitempty"`
}

Contains additional diagnostic information about the context in which a {@link CodeActionProvider.provideCodeActions code action} is run.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#codeActionContext

type CodeActionDisabled

type CodeActionDisabled struct {
	// Human readable description of why the code action is currently disabled.
	//
	// This is displayed in the code actions UI.
	Reason string `json:"reason"`
}

Captures why the code action is currently disabled.

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#codeActionDisabled

type CodeActionKind

type CodeActionKind string

A set of predefined code action kinds

type CodeActionKindDocumentation added in v0.16.0

type CodeActionKindDocumentation struct {
	// The kind of the code action being documented.
	//
	// If the kind is generic, such as `CodeActionKind.Refactor`, the documentation will be shown whenever any
	// refactorings are returned. If the kind if more specific, such as `CodeActionKind.RefactorExtract`, the
	// documentation will only be shown when extract refactoring code actions are returned.
	Kind CodeActionKind `json:"kind"`
	// Command that is ued to display the documentation to the user.
	//
	// The title of this documentation code action is taken from {@linkcode Command.title}
	Command Command `json:"command"`
}

Documentation for a class of code actions.

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#codeActionKindDocumentation

type CodeActionOptions

type CodeActionOptions struct {
	// CodeActionKinds that this server may return.
	//
	// The list of kinds may be generic, such as `CodeActionKind.Refactor`, or the server
	// may list out every specific kind they provide.
	CodeActionKinds []CodeActionKind `json:"codeActionKinds,omitempty"`
	// Static documentation for a class of code actions.
	//
	// Documentation from the provider should be shown in the code actions menu if either:
	//
	//
	//  - Code actions of `kind` are requested by the editor. In this case, the editor will show the documentation that
	//   most closely matches the requested code action kind. For example, if a provider has documentation for
	//   both `Refactor` and `RefactorExtract`, when the user requests code actions for `RefactorExtract`,
	//   the editor will use the documentation for `RefactorExtract` instead of the documentation for `Refactor`.
	//
	//
	//  - Any code actions of `kind` are returned by the provider.
	//
	// At most one documentation entry should be shown per provider.
	//
	// @since 3.18.0
	// @proposed
	Documentation []CodeActionKindDocumentation `json:"documentation,omitempty"`
	// The server provides support to resolve additional
	// information for a code action.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	ResolveProvider bool `json:"resolveProvider,omitempty"`
	WorkDoneProgressOptions
}

Provider options for a {@link CodeActionRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#codeActionOptions

type CodeActionParams

type CodeActionParams struct {
	// The document in which the command was invoked.
	TextDocument TextDocumentIdentifier `json:"textDocument"`
	// The range for which the command was invoked.
	Range Range `json:"range"`
	// Context carrying additional information.
	Context CodeActionContext `json:"context"`
	WorkDoneProgressParams
	PartialResultParams
}

The parameters of a {@link CodeActionRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#codeActionParams

type CodeActionTriggerKind

type CodeActionTriggerKind uint32

The reason why code actions were requested.

@since 3.17.0

const CodeActionUnknownTrigger CodeActionTriggerKind = 0

CodeActionUnknownTrigger indicates that the trigger for a CodeAction request is unknown. A missing CodeActionContext.TriggerKind should be treated as equivalent.

type CodeDescription

type CodeDescription struct {
	// An URI to open with more information about the diagnostic error.
	Href URI `json:"href"`
}

Structure to capture a description for an error code.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#codeDescription

type CodeLens

type CodeLens struct {
	// The range in which this code lens is valid. Should only span a single line.
	Range Range `json:"range"`
	// The command this code lens represents.
	Command *Command `json:"command,omitempty"`
	// A data entry field that is preserved on a code lens item between
	// a {@link CodeLensRequest} and a {@link CodeLensResolveRequest}
	Data interface{} `json:"data,omitempty"`
}

A code lens represents a {@link Command command} that should be shown along with source text, like the number of references, a way to run tests, etc.

A code lens is _unresolved_ when no command is associated to it. For performance reasons the creation of a code lens and resolving should be done in two stages.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#codeLens

type CodeLensClientCapabilities

type CodeLensClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether code lens supports dynamic registration.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
}

The client capabilities of a {@link CodeLensRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#codeLensClientCapabilities

type CodeLensOptions

type CodeLensOptions struct {
	// Code lens has a resolve provider as well.
	ResolveProvider bool `json:"resolveProvider,omitempty"`
	WorkDoneProgressOptions
}

Code Lens provider options of a {@link CodeLensRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#codeLensOptions

type CodeLensParams

type CodeLensParams struct {
	// The document to request code lens for.
	TextDocument TextDocumentIdentifier `json:"textDocument"`
	WorkDoneProgressParams
	PartialResultParams
}

The parameters of a {@link CodeLensRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#codeLensParams

type CodeLensWorkspaceClientCapabilities

type CodeLensWorkspaceClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether the client implementation supports a refresh request sent from the
	// server to the client.
	//
	// Note that this event is global and will force the client to refresh all
	// code lenses currently shown. It should be used with absolute care and is
	// useful for situation where a server for example detect a project wide
	// change that requires such a calculation.
	RefreshSupport bool `json:"refreshSupport,omitempty"`
}

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#codeLensWorkspaceClientCapabilities

type Color

type Color struct {
	// The red component of this color in the range [0-1].
	Red float64 `json:"red"`
	// The green component of this color in the range [0-1].
	Green float64 `json:"green"`
	// The blue component of this color in the range [0-1].
	Blue float64 `json:"blue"`
	// The alpha component of this color in the range [0-1].
	Alpha float64 `json:"alpha"`
}

Represents a color in RGBA space.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#color

type ColorInformation

type ColorInformation struct {
	// The range in the document where this color appears.
	Range Range `json:"range"`
	// The actual color value for this color range.
	Color Color `json:"color"`
}

Represents a color range from a document.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#colorInformation

type ColorPresentation

type ColorPresentation struct {
	// The label of this color presentation. It will be shown on the color
	// picker header. By default this is also the text that is inserted when selecting
	// this color presentation.
	Label string `json:"label"`
	// An {@link TextEdit edit} which is applied to a document when selecting
	// this presentation for the color.  When `falsy` the {@link ColorPresentation.label label}
	// is used.
	TextEdit *TextEdit `json:"textEdit,omitempty"`
	// An optional array of additional {@link TextEdit text edits} that are applied when
	// selecting this color presentation. Edits must not overlap with the main {@link ColorPresentation.textEdit edit} nor with themselves.
	AdditionalTextEdits []TextEdit `json:"additionalTextEdits,omitempty"`
}

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#colorPresentation

type ColorPresentationParams

type ColorPresentationParams struct {
	// The text document.
	TextDocument TextDocumentIdentifier `json:"textDocument"`
	// The color to request presentations for.
	Color Color `json:"color"`
	// The range where the color would be inserted. Serves as a context.
	Range Range `json:"range"`
	WorkDoneProgressParams
	PartialResultParams
}

Parameters for a {@link ColorPresentationRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#colorPresentationParams

type Command

type Command struct {
	// Title of the command, like `save`.
	Title string `json:"title"`
	// An optional tooltip.
	//
	// @since 3.18.0
	// @proposed
	Tooltip string `json:"tooltip,omitempty"`
	// The identifier of the actual command handler.
	Command string `json:"command"`
	// Arguments that the command handler should be
	// invoked with.
	Arguments []json.RawMessage `json:"arguments,omitempty"`
}

Represents a reference to a command. Provides a title which will be used to represent a command in the UI and, optionally, an array of arguments which will be passed to the command handler function when invoked.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#command

type CompletionClientCapabilities

type CompletionClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether completion supports dynamic registration.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
	// The client supports the following `CompletionItem` specific
	// capabilities.
	CompletionItem     ClientCompletionItemOptions      `json:"completionItem,omitempty"`
	CompletionItemKind *ClientCompletionItemOptionsKind `json:"completionItemKind,omitempty"`
	// Defines how the client handles whitespace and indentation
	// when accepting a completion item that uses multi line
	// text in either `insertText` or `textEdit`.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	InsertTextMode InsertTextMode `json:"insertTextMode,omitempty"`
	// The client supports to send additional context information for a
	// `textDocument/completion` request.
	ContextSupport bool `json:"contextSupport,omitempty"`
	// The client supports the following `CompletionList` specific
	// capabilities.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	CompletionList *CompletionListCapabilities `json:"completionList,omitempty"`
}

Completion client capabilities

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#completionClientCapabilities

type CompletionContext

type CompletionContext struct {
	// How the completion was triggered.
	TriggerKind CompletionTriggerKind `json:"triggerKind"`
	// The trigger character (a single character) that has trigger code complete.
	// Is undefined if `triggerKind !== CompletionTriggerKind.TriggerCharacter`
	TriggerCharacter string `json:"triggerCharacter,omitempty"`
}

Contains additional information about the context in which a completion request is triggered.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#completionContext

type CompletionItem

type CompletionItem struct {
	// The label of this completion item.
	//
	// The label property is also by default the text that
	// is inserted when selecting this completion.
	//
	// If label details are provided the label itself should
	// be an unqualified name of the completion item.
	Label string `json:"label"`
	// Additional details for the label
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	LabelDetails *CompletionItemLabelDetails `json:"labelDetails,omitempty"`
	// The kind of this completion item. Based of the kind
	// an icon is chosen by the editor.
	Kind CompletionItemKind `json:"kind,omitempty"`
	// Tags for this completion item.
	//
	// @since 3.15.0
	Tags []CompletionItemTag `json:"tags,omitempty"`
	// A human-readable string with additional information
	// about this item, like type or symbol information.
	Detail string `json:"detail,omitempty"`
	// A human-readable string that represents a doc-comment.
	Documentation *Or_CompletionItem_documentation `json:"documentation,omitempty"`
	// Indicates if this item is deprecated.
	// @deprecated Use `tags` instead.
	Deprecated bool `json:"deprecated,omitempty"`
	// Select this item when showing.
	//
	// *Note* that only one completion item can be selected and that the
	// tool / client decides which item that is. The rule is that the *first*
	// item of those that match best is selected.
	Preselect bool `json:"preselect,omitempty"`
	// A string that should be used when comparing this item
	// with other items. When `falsy` the {@link CompletionItem.label label}
	// is used.
	SortText string `json:"sortText,omitempty"`
	// A string that should be used when filtering a set of
	// completion items. When `falsy` the {@link CompletionItem.label label}
	// is used.
	FilterText string `json:"filterText,omitempty"`
	// A string that should be inserted into a document when selecting
	// this completion. When `falsy` the {@link CompletionItem.label label}
	// is used.
	//
	// The `insertText` is subject to interpretation by the client side.
	// Some tools might not take the string literally. For example
	// VS Code when code complete is requested in this example
	// `con<cursor position>` and a completion item with an `insertText` of
	// `console` is provided it will only insert `sole`. Therefore it is
	// recommended to use `textEdit` instead since it avoids additional client
	// side interpretation.
	InsertText string `json:"insertText,omitempty"`
	// The format of the insert text. The format applies to both the
	// `insertText` property and the `newText` property of a provided
	// `textEdit`. If omitted defaults to `InsertTextFormat.PlainText`.
	//
	// Please note that the insertTextFormat doesn't apply to
	// `additionalTextEdits`.
	InsertTextFormat *InsertTextFormat `json:"insertTextFormat,omitempty"`
	// How whitespace and indentation is handled during completion
	// item insertion. If not provided the clients default value depends on
	// the `textDocument.completion.insertTextMode` client capability.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	InsertTextMode *InsertTextMode `json:"insertTextMode,omitempty"`
	// An {@link TextEdit edit} which is applied to a document when selecting
	// this completion. When an edit is provided the value of
	// {@link CompletionItem.insertText insertText} is ignored.
	//
	// Most editors support two different operations when accepting a completion
	// item. One is to insert a completion text and the other is to replace an
	// existing text with a completion text. Since this can usually not be
	// predetermined by a server it can report both ranges. Clients need to
	// signal support for `InsertReplaceEdits` via the
	// `textDocument.completion.insertReplaceSupport` client capability
	// property.
	//
	// *Note 1:* The text edit's range as well as both ranges from an insert
	// replace edit must be a [single line] and they must contain the position
	// at which completion has been requested.
	// *Note 2:* If an `InsertReplaceEdit` is returned the edit's insert range
	// must be a prefix of the edit's replace range, that means it must be
	// contained and starting at the same position.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0 additional type `InsertReplaceEdit`
	TextEdit *Or_CompletionItem_textEdit `json:"textEdit,omitempty"`
	// The edit text used if the completion item is part of a CompletionList and
	// CompletionList defines an item default for the text edit range.
	//
	// Clients will only honor this property if they opt into completion list
	// item defaults using the capability `completionList.itemDefaults`.
	//
	// If not provided and a list's default range is provided the label
	// property is used as a text.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	TextEditText string `json:"textEditText,omitempty"`
	// An optional array of additional {@link TextEdit text edits} that are applied when
	// selecting this completion. Edits must not overlap (including the same insert position)
	// with the main {@link CompletionItem.textEdit edit} nor with themselves.
	//
	// Additional text edits should be used to change text unrelated to the current cursor position
	// (for example adding an import statement at the top of the file if the completion item will
	// insert an unqualified type).
	AdditionalTextEdits []TextEdit `json:"additionalTextEdits,omitempty"`
	// An optional set of characters that when pressed while this completion is active will accept it first and
	// then type that character. *Note* that all commit characters should have `length=1` and that superfluous
	// characters will be ignored.
	CommitCharacters []string `json:"commitCharacters,omitempty"`
	// An optional {@link Command command} that is executed *after* inserting this completion. *Note* that
	// additional modifications to the current document should be described with the
	// {@link CompletionItem.additionalTextEdits additionalTextEdits}-property.
	Command *Command `json:"command,omitempty"`
	// A data entry field that is preserved on a completion item between a
	// {@link CompletionRequest} and a {@link CompletionResolveRequest}.
	Data interface{} `json:"data,omitempty"`
}

A completion item represents a text snippet that is proposed to complete text that is being typed.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#completionItem

type CompletionItemDefaults

type CompletionItemDefaults struct {
	// A default commit character set.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	CommitCharacters []string `json:"commitCharacters,omitempty"`
	// A default edit range.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	EditRange *Or_CompletionItemDefaults_editRange `json:"editRange,omitempty"`
	// A default insert text format.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	InsertTextFormat *InsertTextFormat `json:"insertTextFormat,omitempty"`
	// A default insert text mode.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	InsertTextMode *InsertTextMode `json:"insertTextMode,omitempty"`
	// A default data value.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	Data interface{} `json:"data,omitempty"`
}

In many cases the items of an actual completion result share the same value for properties like `commitCharacters` or the range of a text edit. A completion list can therefore define item defaults which will be used if a completion item itself doesn't specify the value.

If a completion list specifies a default value and a completion item also specifies a corresponding value the one from the item is used.

Servers are only allowed to return default values if the client signals support for this via the `completionList.itemDefaults` capability.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#completionItemDefaults

type CompletionItemKind

type CompletionItemKind uint32

The kind of a completion entry.

func (CompletionItemKind) Format

func (e CompletionItemKind) Format(f fmt.State, c rune)

type CompletionItemLabelDetails

type CompletionItemLabelDetails struct {
	// An optional string which is rendered less prominently directly after {@link CompletionItem.label label},
	// without any spacing. Should be used for function signatures and type annotations.
	Detail string `json:"detail,omitempty"`
	// An optional string which is rendered less prominently after {@link CompletionItem.detail}. Should be used
	// for fully qualified names and file paths.
	Description string `json:"description,omitempty"`
}

Additional details for a completion item label.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#completionItemLabelDetails

type CompletionItemTag

type CompletionItemTag uint32

Completion item tags are extra annotations that tweak the rendering of a completion item.

@since 3.15.0

type CompletionItemTagOptions

type CompletionItemTagOptions struct {
	// The tags supported by the client.
	ValueSet []CompletionItemTag `json:"valueSet"`
}

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#completionItemTagOptions

type CompletionList

type CompletionList struct {
	// This list it not complete. Further typing results in recomputing this list.
	//
	// Recomputed lists have all their items replaced (not appended) in the
	// incomplete completion sessions.
	IsIncomplete bool `json:"isIncomplete"`
	// In many cases the items of an actual completion result share the same
	// value for properties like `commitCharacters` or the range of a text
	// edit. A completion list can therefore define item defaults which will
	// be used if a completion item itself doesn't specify the value.
	//
	// If a completion list specifies a default value and a completion item
	// also specifies a corresponding value the one from the item is used.
	//
	// Servers are only allowed to return default values if the client
	// signals support for this via the `completionList.itemDefaults`
	// capability.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	ItemDefaults *CompletionItemDefaults `json:"itemDefaults,omitempty"`
	// The completion items.
	Items []CompletionItem `json:"items"`
}

Represents a collection of {@link CompletionItem completion items} to be presented in the editor.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#completionList

type CompletionListCapabilities

type CompletionListCapabilities struct {
	// The client supports the following itemDefaults on
	// a completion list.
	//
	// The value lists the supported property names of the
	// `CompletionList.itemDefaults` object. If omitted
	// no properties are supported.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	ItemDefaults []string `json:"itemDefaults,omitempty"`
}

The client supports the following `CompletionList` specific capabilities.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#completionListCapabilities

type CompletionOptions

type CompletionOptions struct {
	// Most tools trigger completion request automatically without explicitly requesting
	// it using a keyboard shortcut (e.g. Ctrl+Space). Typically they do so when the user
	// starts to type an identifier. For example if the user types `c` in a JavaScript file
	// code complete will automatically pop up present `console` besides others as a
	// completion item. Characters that make up identifiers don't need to be listed here.
	//
	// If code complete should automatically be trigger on characters not being valid inside
	// an identifier (for example `.` in JavaScript) list them in `triggerCharacters`.
	TriggerCharacters []string `json:"triggerCharacters,omitempty"`
	// The list of all possible characters that commit a completion. This field can be used
	// if clients don't support individual commit characters per completion item. See
	// `ClientCapabilities.textDocument.completion.completionItem.commitCharactersSupport`
	//
	// If a server provides both `allCommitCharacters` and commit characters on an individual
	// completion item the ones on the completion item win.
	//
	// @since 3.2.0
	AllCommitCharacters []string `json:"allCommitCharacters,omitempty"`
	// The server provides support to resolve additional
	// information for a completion item.
	ResolveProvider bool `json:"resolveProvider,omitempty"`
	// The server supports the following `CompletionItem` specific
	// capabilities.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	CompletionItem *ServerCompletionItemOptions `json:"completionItem,omitempty"`
	WorkDoneProgressOptions
}

Completion options.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#completionOptions

type CompletionParams

type CompletionParams struct {
	// The completion context. This is only available it the client specifies
	// to send this using the client capability `textDocument.completion.contextSupport === true`
	Context CompletionContext `json:"context,omitempty"`
	TextDocumentPositionParams
	WorkDoneProgressParams
	PartialResultParams
}

Completion parameters

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#completionParams

type CompletionTriggerKind

type CompletionTriggerKind uint32

How a completion was triggered

func (CompletionTriggerKind) Format

func (e CompletionTriggerKind) Format(f fmt.State, c rune)

type ConfigurationItem

type ConfigurationItem struct {
	// The scope to get the configuration section for.
	ScopeURI *URI `json:"scopeUri,omitempty"`
	// The configuration section asked for.
	Section string `json:"section,omitempty"`
}

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#configurationItem

type ConfigurationParams

type ConfigurationParams struct {
	Items []ConfigurationItem `json:"items"`
}

The parameters of a configuration request.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#configurationParams

type CreateFile

type CreateFile struct {
	// A create
	Kind string `json:"kind"`
	// The resource to create.
	URI DocumentURI `json:"uri"`
	// Additional options
	Options *CreateFileOptions `json:"options,omitempty"`
	ResourceOperation
}

Create file operation.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#createFile

type CreateFileOptions

type CreateFileOptions struct {
	// Overwrite existing file. Overwrite wins over `ignoreIfExists`
	Overwrite bool `json:"overwrite,omitempty"`
	// Ignore if exists.
	IgnoreIfExists bool `json:"ignoreIfExists,omitempty"`
}

Options to create a file.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#createFileOptions

type CreateFilesParams

type CreateFilesParams struct {
	// An array of all files/folders created in this operation.
	Files []FileCreate `json:"files"`
}

The parameters sent in notifications/requests for user-initiated creation of files.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#createFilesParams

type Declaration

type Declaration = []Location // (alias)

The declaration of a symbol representation as one or many {@link Location locations}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#declaration

type DeclarationClientCapabilities

type DeclarationClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether declaration supports dynamic registration. If this is set to `true`
	// the client supports the new `DeclarationRegistrationOptions` return value
	// for the corresponding server capability as well.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
	// The client supports additional metadata in the form of declaration links.
	LinkSupport bool `json:"linkSupport,omitempty"`
}

@since 3.14.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#declarationClientCapabilities

type DeclarationLink = LocationLink // (alias)

Information about where a symbol is declared.

Provides additional metadata over normal {@link Location location} declarations, including the range of the declaring symbol.

Servers should prefer returning `DeclarationLink` over `Declaration` if supported by the client.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#declarationLink

type Definition

type Definition = Or_Definition // (alias)

The definition of a symbol represented as one or many {@link Location locations}. For most programming languages there is only one location at which a symbol is defined.

Servers should prefer returning `DefinitionLink` over `Definition` if supported by the client.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#definition

type DefinitionClientCapabilities

type DefinitionClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether definition supports dynamic registration.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
	// The client supports additional metadata in the form of definition links.
	//
	// @since 3.14.0
	LinkSupport bool `json:"linkSupport,omitempty"`
}

Client Capabilities for a {@link DefinitionRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#definitionClientCapabilities

type DefinitionLink = LocationLink // (alias)

Information about where a symbol is defined.

Provides additional metadata over normal {@link Location location} definitions, including the range of the defining symbol

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#definitionLink

type DefinitionOptions

type DefinitionOptions struct {
	WorkDoneProgressOptions
}

Server Capabilities for a {@link DefinitionRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#definitionOptions

type DeleteFile

type DeleteFile struct {
	// A delete
	Kind string `json:"kind"`
	// The file to delete.
	URI DocumentURI `json:"uri"`
	// Delete options.
	Options *DeleteFileOptions `json:"options,omitempty"`
	ResourceOperation
}

Delete file operation

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#deleteFile

type DeleteFileOptions

type DeleteFileOptions struct {
	// Delete the content recursively if a folder is denoted.
	Recursive bool `json:"recursive,omitempty"`
	// Ignore the operation if the file doesn't exist.
	IgnoreIfNotExists bool `json:"ignoreIfNotExists,omitempty"`
}

Delete file options

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#deleteFileOptions

type DeleteFilesParams

type DeleteFilesParams struct {
	// An array of all files/folders deleted in this operation.
	Files []FileDelete `json:"files"`
}

The parameters sent in notifications/requests for user-initiated deletes of files.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#deleteFilesParams

type Diagnostic

type Diagnostic struct {
	// The range at which the message applies
	Range Range `json:"range"`
	// The diagnostic's severity. Can be omitted. If omitted it is up to the
	// client to interpret diagnostics as error, warning, info or hint.
	Severity DiagnosticSeverity `json:"severity,omitempty"`
	// The diagnostic's code, which usually appear in the user interface.
	Code interface{} `json:"code,omitempty"`
	// An optional property to describe the error code.
	// Requires the code field (above) to be present/not null.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	CodeDescription *CodeDescription `json:"codeDescription,omitempty"`
	// A human-readable string describing the source of this
	// diagnostic, e.g. 'typescript' or 'super lint'. It usually
	// appears in the user interface.
	Source string `json:"source,omitempty"`
	// The diagnostic's message. It usually appears in the user interface
	Message string `json:"message"`
	// Additional metadata about the diagnostic.
	//
	// @since 3.15.0
	Tags []DiagnosticTag `json:"tags,omitempty"`
	// An array of related diagnostic information, e.g. when symbol-names within
	// a scope collide all definitions can be marked via this property.
	RelatedInformation []DiagnosticRelatedInformation `json:"relatedInformation,omitempty"`
	// A data entry field that is preserved between a `textDocument/publishDiagnostics`
	// notification and `textDocument/codeAction` request.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	Data *json.RawMessage `json:"data,omitempty"`
}

Represents a diagnostic, such as a compiler error or warning. Diagnostic objects are only valid in the scope of a resource.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#diagnostic

type DiagnosticClientCapabilities

type DiagnosticClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether implementation supports dynamic registration. If this is set to `true`
	// the client supports the new `(TextDocumentRegistrationOptions & StaticRegistrationOptions)`
	// return value for the corresponding server capability as well.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
	// Whether the clients supports related documents for document diagnostic pulls.
	RelatedDocumentSupport bool `json:"relatedDocumentSupport,omitempty"`
}

Client capabilities specific to diagnostic pull requests.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#diagnosticClientCapabilities

type DiagnosticOptions

type DiagnosticOptions struct {
	// An optional identifier under which the diagnostics are
	// managed by the client.
	Identifier string `json:"identifier,omitempty"`
	// Whether the language has inter file dependencies meaning that
	// editing code in one file can result in a different diagnostic
	// set in another file. Inter file dependencies are common for
	// most programming languages and typically uncommon for linters.
	InterFileDependencies bool `json:"interFileDependencies"`
	// The server provides support for workspace diagnostics as well.
	WorkspaceDiagnostics bool `json:"workspaceDiagnostics"`
	WorkDoneProgressOptions
}

Diagnostic options.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#diagnosticOptions

type DiagnosticRelatedInformation

type DiagnosticRelatedInformation struct {
	// The location of this related diagnostic information.
	Location Location `json:"location"`
	// The message of this related diagnostic information.
	Message string `json:"message"`
}

Represents a related message and source code location for a diagnostic. This should be used to point to code locations that cause or related to a diagnostics, e.g when duplicating a symbol in a scope.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#diagnosticRelatedInformation

type DiagnosticServerCancellationData

type DiagnosticServerCancellationData struct {
	RetriggerRequest bool `json:"retriggerRequest"`
}

Cancellation data returned from a diagnostic request.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#diagnosticServerCancellationData

type DiagnosticSeverity

type DiagnosticSeverity uint32

The diagnostic's severity.

func (DiagnosticSeverity) Format

func (e DiagnosticSeverity) Format(f fmt.State, c rune)

type DiagnosticTag

type DiagnosticTag uint32

The diagnostic tags.

@since 3.15.0

func (DiagnosticTag) Format

func (e DiagnosticTag) Format(f fmt.State, c rune)

type DiagnosticWorkspaceClientCapabilities

type DiagnosticWorkspaceClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether the client implementation supports a refresh request sent from
	// the server to the client.
	//
	// Note that this event is global and will force the client to refresh all
	// pulled diagnostics currently shown. It should be used with absolute care and
	// is useful for situation where a server for example detects a project wide
	// change that requires such a calculation.
	RefreshSupport bool `json:"refreshSupport,omitempty"`
}

Workspace client capabilities specific to diagnostic pull requests.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#diagnosticWorkspaceClientCapabilities

type DidChangeConfigurationClientCapabilities

type DidChangeConfigurationClientCapabilities struct {
	// Did change configuration notification supports dynamic registration.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
}

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#didChangeConfigurationClientCapabilities

type DidChangeConfigurationParams

type DidChangeConfigurationParams struct {
	// The actual changed settings
	Settings interface{} `json:"settings"`
}

The parameters of a change configuration notification.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#didChangeConfigurationParams

type DidChangeNotebookDocumentParams

type DidChangeNotebookDocumentParams struct {
	// The notebook document that did change. The version number points
	// to the version after all provided changes have been applied. If
	// only the text document content of a cell changes the notebook version
	// doesn't necessarily have to change.
	NotebookDocument VersionedNotebookDocumentIdentifier `json:"notebookDocument"`
	// The actual changes to the notebook document.
	//
	// The changes describe single state changes to the notebook document.
	// So if there are two changes c1 (at array index 0) and c2 (at array
	// index 1) for a notebook in state S then c1 moves the notebook from
	// S to S' and c2 from S' to S”. So c1 is computed on the state S and
	// c2 is computed on the state S'.
	//
	// To mirror the content of a notebook using change events use the following approach:
	//
	//  - start with the same initial content
	//  - apply the 'notebookDocument/didChange' notifications in the order you receive them.
	//  - apply the `NotebookChangeEvent`s in a single notification in the order
	//   you receive them.
	Change NotebookDocumentChangeEvent `json:"change"`
}

The params sent in a change notebook document notification.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#didChangeNotebookDocumentParams

type DidChangeTextDocumentParams

type DidChangeTextDocumentParams struct {
	// The document that did change. The version number points
	// to the version after all provided content changes have
	// been applied.
	TextDocument VersionedTextDocumentIdentifier `json:"textDocument"`
	// The actual content changes. The content changes describe single state changes
	// to the document. So if there are two content changes c1 (at array index 0) and
	// c2 (at array index 1) for a document in state S then c1 moves the document from
	// S to S' and c2 from S' to S”. So c1 is computed on the state S and c2 is computed
	// on the state S'.
	//
	// To mirror the content of a document using change events use the following approach:
	//
	//  - start with the same initial content
	//  - apply the 'textDocument/didChange' notifications in the order you receive them.
	//  - apply the `TextDocumentContentChangeEvent`s in a single notification in the order
	//   you receive them.
	ContentChanges []TextDocumentContentChangeEvent `json:"contentChanges"`
}

The change text document notification's parameters.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#didChangeTextDocumentParams

type DidChangeWatchedFilesClientCapabilities

type DidChangeWatchedFilesClientCapabilities struct {
	// Did change watched files notification supports dynamic registration. Please note
	// that the current protocol doesn't support static configuration for file changes
	// from the server side.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
	// Whether the client has support for {@link  RelativePattern relative pattern}
	// or not.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	RelativePatternSupport bool `json:"relativePatternSupport,omitempty"`
}

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#didChangeWatchedFilesClientCapabilities

type DidChangeWatchedFilesParams

type DidChangeWatchedFilesParams struct {
	// The actual file events.
	Changes []FileEvent `json:"changes"`
}

The watched files change notification's parameters.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#didChangeWatchedFilesParams

type DidChangeWatchedFilesRegistrationOptions

type DidChangeWatchedFilesRegistrationOptions struct {
	// The watchers to register.
	Watchers []FileSystemWatcher `json:"watchers"`
}

Describe options to be used when registered for text document change events.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#didChangeWatchedFilesRegistrationOptions

type DidChangeWorkspaceFoldersParams

type DidChangeWorkspaceFoldersParams struct {
	// The actual workspace folder change event.
	Event WorkspaceFoldersChangeEvent `json:"event"`
}

The parameters of a `workspace/didChangeWorkspaceFolders` notification.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#didChangeWorkspaceFoldersParams

type DidCloseNotebookDocumentParams

type DidCloseNotebookDocumentParams struct {
	// The notebook document that got closed.
	NotebookDocument NotebookDocumentIdentifier `json:"notebookDocument"`
	// The text documents that represent the content
	// of a notebook cell that got closed.
	CellTextDocuments []TextDocumentIdentifier `json:"cellTextDocuments"`
}

The params sent in a close notebook document notification.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#didCloseNotebookDocumentParams

type DidCloseTextDocumentParams

type DidCloseTextDocumentParams struct {
	// The document that was closed.
	TextDocument TextDocumentIdentifier `json:"textDocument"`
}

The parameters sent in a close text document notification

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#didCloseTextDocumentParams

type DidOpenNotebookDocumentParams

type DidOpenNotebookDocumentParams struct {
	// The notebook document that got opened.
	NotebookDocument NotebookDocument `json:"notebookDocument"`
	// The text documents that represent the content
	// of a notebook cell.
	CellTextDocuments []TextDocumentItem `json:"cellTextDocuments"`
}

The params sent in an open notebook document notification.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#didOpenNotebookDocumentParams

type DidOpenTextDocumentParams

type DidOpenTextDocumentParams struct {
	// The document that was opened.
	TextDocument TextDocumentItem `json:"textDocument"`
}

The parameters sent in an open text document notification

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#didOpenTextDocumentParams

type DidSaveNotebookDocumentParams

type DidSaveNotebookDocumentParams struct {
	// The notebook document that got saved.
	NotebookDocument NotebookDocumentIdentifier `json:"notebookDocument"`
}

The params sent in a save notebook document notification.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#didSaveNotebookDocumentParams

type DidSaveTextDocumentParams

type DidSaveTextDocumentParams struct {
	// The document that was saved.
	TextDocument TextDocumentIdentifier `json:"textDocument"`
	// Optional the content when saved. Depends on the includeText value
	// when the save notification was requested.
	Text *string `json:"text,omitempty"`
}

The parameters sent in a save text document notification

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#didSaveTextDocumentParams

type DocumentChange added in v0.16.0

type DocumentChange struct {
	TextDocumentEdit *TextDocumentEdit
	CreateFile       *CreateFile
	RenameFile       *RenameFile
	DeleteFile       *DeleteFile
}

DocumentChange is a union of various file edit operations.

Exactly one field of this struct is non-nil; see DocumentChange.Valid.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification/#resourceChanges

func DocumentChangeCreate

func DocumentChangeCreate(uri DocumentURI) DocumentChange

DocumentChangeCreate constructs a DocumentChange that creates a file.

func DocumentChangeEdit added in v0.16.0

func DocumentChangeEdit(fh fileHandle, textedits []TextEdit) DocumentChange

DocumentChangeEdit constructs a DocumentChange containing a TextDocumentEdit from a file.Handle and a list of TextEdits.

func DocumentChangeRename added in v0.16.0

func DocumentChangeRename(src, dst DocumentURI) DocumentChange

DocumentChangeRename constructs a DocumentChange that renames a file.

func (*DocumentChange) MarshalJSON added in v0.16.0

func (d *DocumentChange) MarshalJSON() ([]byte, error)

func (*DocumentChange) UnmarshalJSON added in v0.16.0

func (d *DocumentChange) UnmarshalJSON(data []byte) error

func (DocumentChange) Valid added in v0.16.0

func (ch DocumentChange) Valid() bool

Valid reports whether the DocumentChange sum-type value is valid, that is, exactly one of create, delete, edit, or rename.

type DocumentColorClientCapabilities

type DocumentColorClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether implementation supports dynamic registration. If this is set to `true`
	// the client supports the new `DocumentColorRegistrationOptions` return value
	// for the corresponding server capability as well.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
}

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentColorClientCapabilities

type DocumentColorParams

type DocumentColorParams struct {
	// The text document.
	TextDocument TextDocumentIdentifier `json:"textDocument"`
	WorkDoneProgressParams
	PartialResultParams
}

Parameters for a {@link DocumentColorRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentColorParams

type DocumentDiagnosticParams

type DocumentDiagnosticParams struct {
	// The text document.
	TextDocument TextDocumentIdentifier `json:"textDocument"`
	// The additional identifier  provided during registration.
	Identifier string `json:"identifier,omitempty"`
	// The result id of a previous response if provided.
	PreviousResultID string `json:"previousResultId,omitempty"`
	WorkDoneProgressParams
	PartialResultParams
}

Parameters of the document diagnostic request.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentDiagnosticParams

type DocumentDiagnosticReport

type DocumentDiagnosticReport = Or_DocumentDiagnosticReport // (alias)

type DocumentDiagnosticReportKind

type DocumentDiagnosticReportKind string

The document diagnostic report kinds.

@since 3.17.0

type DocumentDiagnosticReportPartialResult

type DocumentDiagnosticReportPartialResult struct {
	RelatedDocuments map[DocumentURI]interface{} `json:"relatedDocuments"`
}

A partial result for a document diagnostic report.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentDiagnosticReportPartialResult

type DocumentFilter

type DocumentFilter = Or_DocumentFilter // (alias)

A document filter describes a top level text document or a notebook cell document.

@since 3.17.0 - proposed support for NotebookCellTextDocumentFilter.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentFilter

type DocumentFormattingClientCapabilities

type DocumentFormattingClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether formatting supports dynamic registration.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
}

Client capabilities of a {@link DocumentFormattingRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentFormattingClientCapabilities

type DocumentFormattingOptions

type DocumentFormattingOptions struct {
	WorkDoneProgressOptions
}

Provider options for a {@link DocumentFormattingRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentFormattingOptions

type DocumentFormattingParams

type DocumentFormattingParams struct {
	// The document to format.
	TextDocument TextDocumentIdentifier `json:"textDocument"`
	// The format options.
	Options FormattingOptions `json:"options"`
	WorkDoneProgressParams
}

The parameters of a {@link DocumentFormattingRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentFormattingParams

type DocumentHighlight

type DocumentHighlight struct {
	// The range this highlight applies to.
	Range Range `json:"range"`
	// The highlight kind, default is {@link DocumentHighlightKind.Text text}.
	Kind DocumentHighlightKind `json:"kind,omitempty"`
}

A document highlight is a range inside a text document which deserves special attention. Usually a document highlight is visualized by changing the background color of its range.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentHighlight

type DocumentHighlightClientCapabilities

type DocumentHighlightClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether document highlight supports dynamic registration.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
}

Client Capabilities for a {@link DocumentHighlightRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentHighlightClientCapabilities

type DocumentHighlightKind

type DocumentHighlightKind uint32

A document highlight kind.

func (DocumentHighlightKind) Format

func (e DocumentHighlightKind) Format(f fmt.State, c rune)

type DocumentHighlightOptions

type DocumentHighlightOptions struct {
	WorkDoneProgressOptions
}

Provider options for a {@link DocumentHighlightRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentHighlightOptions

type DocumentLink struct {
	// The range this link applies to.
	Range Range `json:"range"`
	// The uri this link points to. If missing a resolve request is sent later.
	Target *URI `json:"target,omitempty"`
	// The tooltip text when you hover over this link.
	//
	// If a tooltip is provided, is will be displayed in a string that includes instructions on how to
	// trigger the link, such as `{0} (ctrl + click)`. The specific instructions vary depending on OS,
	// user settings, and localization.
	//
	// @since 3.15.0
	Tooltip string `json:"tooltip,omitempty"`
	// A data entry field that is preserved on a document link between a
	// DocumentLinkRequest and a DocumentLinkResolveRequest.
	Data interface{} `json:"data,omitempty"`
}

A document link is a range in a text document that links to an internal or external resource, like another text document or a web site.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentLink

type DocumentLinkClientCapabilities

type DocumentLinkClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether document link supports dynamic registration.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
	// Whether the client supports the `tooltip` property on `DocumentLink`.
	//
	// @since 3.15.0
	TooltipSupport bool `json:"tooltipSupport,omitempty"`
}

The client capabilities of a {@link DocumentLinkRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentLinkClientCapabilities

type DocumentLinkOptions

type DocumentLinkOptions struct {
	// Document links have a resolve provider as well.
	ResolveProvider bool `json:"resolveProvider,omitempty"`
	WorkDoneProgressOptions
}

Provider options for a {@link DocumentLinkRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentLinkOptions

type DocumentLinkParams

type DocumentLinkParams struct {
	// The document to provide document links for.
	TextDocument TextDocumentIdentifier `json:"textDocument"`
	WorkDoneProgressParams
	PartialResultParams
}

The parameters of a {@link DocumentLinkRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentLinkParams

type DocumentOnTypeFormattingClientCapabilities

type DocumentOnTypeFormattingClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether on type formatting supports dynamic registration.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
}

Client capabilities of a {@link DocumentOnTypeFormattingRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentOnTypeFormattingClientCapabilities

type DocumentOnTypeFormattingOptions

type DocumentOnTypeFormattingOptions struct {
	// A character on which formatting should be triggered, like `{`.
	FirstTriggerCharacter string `json:"firstTriggerCharacter"`
	// More trigger characters.
	MoreTriggerCharacter []string `json:"moreTriggerCharacter,omitempty"`
}

Provider options for a {@link DocumentOnTypeFormattingRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentOnTypeFormattingOptions

type DocumentOnTypeFormattingParams

type DocumentOnTypeFormattingParams struct {
	// The document to format.
	TextDocument TextDocumentIdentifier `json:"textDocument"`
	// The position around which the on type formatting should happen.
	// This is not necessarily the exact position where the character denoted
	// by the property `ch` got typed.
	Position Position `json:"position"`
	// The character that has been typed that triggered the formatting
	// on type request. That is not necessarily the last character that
	// got inserted into the document since the client could auto insert
	// characters as well (e.g. like automatic brace completion).
	Ch string `json:"ch"`
	// The formatting options.
	Options FormattingOptions `json:"options"`
}

The parameters of a {@link DocumentOnTypeFormattingRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentOnTypeFormattingParams

type DocumentRangeFormattingClientCapabilities

type DocumentRangeFormattingClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether range formatting supports dynamic registration.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
	// Whether the client supports formatting multiple ranges at once.
	//
	// @since 3.18.0
	// @proposed
	RangesSupport bool `json:"rangesSupport,omitempty"`
}

Client capabilities of a {@link DocumentRangeFormattingRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentRangeFormattingClientCapabilities

type DocumentRangeFormattingOptions

type DocumentRangeFormattingOptions struct {
	// Whether the server supports formatting multiple ranges at once.
	//
	// @since 3.18.0
	// @proposed
	RangesSupport bool `json:"rangesSupport,omitempty"`
	WorkDoneProgressOptions
}

Provider options for a {@link DocumentRangeFormattingRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentRangeFormattingOptions

type DocumentRangeFormattingParams

type DocumentRangeFormattingParams struct {
	// The document to format.
	TextDocument TextDocumentIdentifier `json:"textDocument"`
	// The range to format
	Range Range `json:"range"`
	// The format options
	Options FormattingOptions `json:"options"`
	WorkDoneProgressParams
}

The parameters of a {@link DocumentRangeFormattingRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentRangeFormattingParams

type DocumentRangesFormattingParams

type DocumentRangesFormattingParams struct {
	// The document to format.
	TextDocument TextDocumentIdentifier `json:"textDocument"`
	// The ranges to format
	Ranges []Range `json:"ranges"`
	// The format options
	Options FormattingOptions `json:"options"`
	WorkDoneProgressParams
}

The parameters of a {@link DocumentRangesFormattingRequest}.

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentRangesFormattingParams

type DocumentSelector

type DocumentSelector = []DocumentFilter // (alias)

A document selector is the combination of one or many document filters.

@sample `let sel:DocumentSelector = [{ language: 'typescript' }, { language: 'json', pattern: '**∕tsconfig.json' }]`;

The use of a string as a document filter is deprecated @since 3.16.0.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentSelector

type DocumentSymbol

type DocumentSymbol struct {
	// The name of this symbol. Will be displayed in the user interface and therefore must not be
	// an empty string or a string only consisting of white spaces.
	Name string `json:"name"`
	// More detail for this symbol, e.g the signature of a function.
	Detail string `json:"detail,omitempty"`
	// The kind of this symbol.
	Kind SymbolKind `json:"kind"`
	// Tags for this document symbol.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	Tags []SymbolTag `json:"tags,omitempty"`
	// Indicates if this symbol is deprecated.
	//
	// @deprecated Use tags instead
	Deprecated bool `json:"deprecated,omitempty"`
	// The range enclosing this symbol not including leading/trailing whitespace but everything else
	// like comments. This information is typically used to determine if the clients cursor is
	// inside the symbol to reveal in the symbol in the UI.
	Range Range `json:"range"`
	// The range that should be selected and revealed when this symbol is being picked, e.g the name of a function.
	// Must be contained by the `range`.
	SelectionRange Range `json:"selectionRange"`
	// Children of this symbol, e.g. properties of a class.
	Children []DocumentSymbol `json:"children,omitempty"`
}

Represents programming constructs like variables, classes, interfaces etc. that appear in a document. Document symbols can be hierarchical and they have two ranges: one that encloses its definition and one that points to its most interesting range, e.g. the range of an identifier.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentSymbol

type DocumentSymbolClientCapabilities

type DocumentSymbolClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether document symbol supports dynamic registration.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
	// Specific capabilities for the `SymbolKind` in the
	// `textDocument/documentSymbol` request.
	SymbolKind *ClientSymbolKindOptions `json:"symbolKind,omitempty"`
	// The client supports hierarchical document symbols.
	HierarchicalDocumentSymbolSupport bool `json:"hierarchicalDocumentSymbolSupport,omitempty"`
	// The client supports tags on `SymbolInformation`. Tags are supported on
	// `DocumentSymbol` if `hierarchicalDocumentSymbolSupport` is set to true.
	// Clients supporting tags have to handle unknown tags gracefully.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	TagSupport *ClientSymbolTagOptions `json:"tagSupport,omitempty"`
	// The client supports an additional label presented in the UI when
	// registering a document symbol provider.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	LabelSupport bool `json:"labelSupport,omitempty"`
}

Client Capabilities for a {@link DocumentSymbolRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentSymbolClientCapabilities

type DocumentSymbolOptions

type DocumentSymbolOptions struct {
	// A human-readable string that is shown when multiple outlines trees
	// are shown for the same document.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	Label string `json:"label,omitempty"`
	WorkDoneProgressOptions
}

Provider options for a {@link DocumentSymbolRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentSymbolOptions

type DocumentSymbolParams

type DocumentSymbolParams struct {
	// The text document.
	TextDocument TextDocumentIdentifier `json:"textDocument"`
	WorkDoneProgressParams
	PartialResultParams
}

Parameters for a {@link DocumentSymbolRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#documentSymbolParams

type DocumentURI

type DocumentURI string

A DocumentURI is the URI of a client editor document.

According to the LSP specification:

Care should be taken to handle encoding in URIs. For
example, some clients (such as VS Code) may encode colons
in drive letters while others do not. The URIs below are
both valid, but clients and servers should be consistent
with the form they use themselves to ensure the other party
doesn’t interpret them as distinct URIs. Clients and
servers should not assume that each other are encoding the
same way (for example a client encoding colons in drive
letters cannot assume server responses will have encoded
colons). The same applies to casing of drive letters - one
party should not assume the other party will return paths
with drive letters cased the same as it.

file:///c:/project/readme.md
file:///C%3A/project/readme.md

This is done during JSON unmarshalling; see DocumentURI.UnmarshalText for details.

func ParseDocumentURI

func ParseDocumentURI(s string) (DocumentURI, error)

ParseDocumentURI interprets a string as a DocumentURI, applying VS Code workarounds; see DocumentURI.UnmarshalText for details.

func URIFromPath

func URIFromPath(path string) DocumentURI

URIFromPath returns DocumentURI for the supplied file path. Given "", it returns "".

func (DocumentURI) Dir

func (uri DocumentURI) Dir() DocumentURI

Dir returns the URI for the directory containing the receiver.

func (DocumentURI) Encloses

func (uri DocumentURI) Encloses(file DocumentURI) bool

Encloses reports whether uri's path, considered as a sequence of segments, is a prefix of file's path.

func (DocumentURI) Path

func (uri DocumentURI) Path() string

Path returns the file path for the given URI.

DocumentURI("").Path() returns the empty string.

Path panics if called on a URI that is not a valid filename.

func (*DocumentURI) UnmarshalText

func (uri *DocumentURI) UnmarshalText(data []byte) (err error)

UnmarshalText implements decoding of DocumentURI values.

In particular, it implements a systematic correction of various odd features of the definition of DocumentURI in the LSP spec that appear to be workarounds for bugs in VS Code. For example, it may URI-encode the URI itself, so that colon becomes %3A, and it may send file://foo.go URIs that have two slashes (not three) and no hostname.

We use UnmarshalText, not UnmarshalJSON, because it is called even for non-addressable values such as keys and values of map[K]V, where there is no pointer of type *K or *V on which to call UnmarshalJSON. (See Go issue #28189 for more detail.)

Non-empty DocumentURIs are valid "file"-scheme URIs. The empty DocumentURI is valid.

type EditRangeWithInsertReplace

type EditRangeWithInsertReplace struct {
	Insert  Range `json:"insert"`
	Replace Range `json:"replace"`
}

Edit range variant that includes ranges for insert and replace operations.

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#editRangeWithInsertReplace

type ErrorCodes

type ErrorCodes int32

Predefined error codes.

type ExecuteCommandClientCapabilities

type ExecuteCommandClientCapabilities struct {
	// Execute command supports dynamic registration.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
}

The client capabilities of a {@link ExecuteCommandRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#executeCommandClientCapabilities

type ExecuteCommandOptions

type ExecuteCommandOptions struct {
	// The commands to be executed on the server
	Commands []string `json:"commands"`
	WorkDoneProgressOptions
}

The server capabilities of a {@link ExecuteCommandRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#executeCommandOptions

type ExecuteCommandParams

type ExecuteCommandParams struct {
	// The identifier of the actual command handler.
	Command string `json:"command"`
	// Arguments that the command should be invoked with.
	Arguments []json.RawMessage `json:"arguments,omitempty"`
	WorkDoneProgressParams
}

The parameters of a {@link ExecuteCommandRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#executeCommandParams

type ExecuteCommandRegistrationOptions

type ExecuteCommandRegistrationOptions struct {
	ExecuteCommandOptions
}

Registration options for a {@link ExecuteCommandRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#executeCommandRegistrationOptions

type ExecutionSummary

type ExecutionSummary struct {
	// A strict monotonically increasing value
	// indicating the execution order of a cell
	// inside a notebook.
	ExecutionOrder uint32 `json:"executionOrder"`
	// Whether the execution was successful or
	// not if known by the client.
	Success bool `json:"success,omitempty"`
}

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#executionSummary

type FailureHandlingKind

type FailureHandlingKind string

type FileChangeType

type FileChangeType uint32

The file event type

func (FileChangeType) Format

func (e FileChangeType) Format(f fmt.State, c rune)

type FileCreate

type FileCreate struct {
	// A file:// URI for the location of the file/folder being created.
	URI string `json:"uri"`
}

Represents information on a file/folder create.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#fileCreate

type FileDelete

type FileDelete struct {
	// A file:// URI for the location of the file/folder being deleted.
	URI string `json:"uri"`
}

Represents information on a file/folder delete.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#fileDelete

type FileEvent

type FileEvent struct {
	// The file's uri.
	URI DocumentURI `json:"uri"`
	// The change type.
	Type FileChangeType `json:"type"`
}

An event describing a file change.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#fileEvent

type FileOperationClientCapabilities

type FileOperationClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether the client supports dynamic registration for file requests/notifications.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
	// The client has support for sending didCreateFiles notifications.
	DidCreate bool `json:"didCreate,omitempty"`
	// The client has support for sending willCreateFiles requests.
	WillCreate bool `json:"willCreate,omitempty"`
	// The client has support for sending didRenameFiles notifications.
	DidRename bool `json:"didRename,omitempty"`
	// The client has support for sending willRenameFiles requests.
	WillRename bool `json:"willRename,omitempty"`
	// The client has support for sending didDeleteFiles notifications.
	DidDelete bool `json:"didDelete,omitempty"`
	// The client has support for sending willDeleteFiles requests.
	WillDelete bool `json:"willDelete,omitempty"`
}

Capabilities relating to events from file operations by the user in the client.

These events do not come from the file system, they come from user operations like renaming a file in the UI.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#fileOperationClientCapabilities

type FileOperationFilter

type FileOperationFilter struct {
	// A Uri scheme like `file` or `untitled`.
	Scheme string `json:"scheme,omitempty"`
	// The actual file operation pattern.
	Pattern FileOperationPattern `json:"pattern"`
}

A filter to describe in which file operation requests or notifications the server is interested in receiving.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#fileOperationFilter

type FileOperationOptions

type FileOperationOptions struct {
	// The server is interested in receiving didCreateFiles notifications.
	DidCreate *FileOperationRegistrationOptions `json:"didCreate,omitempty"`
	// The server is interested in receiving willCreateFiles requests.
	WillCreate *FileOperationRegistrationOptions `json:"willCreate,omitempty"`
	// The server is interested in receiving didRenameFiles notifications.
	DidRename *FileOperationRegistrationOptions `json:"didRename,omitempty"`
	// The server is interested in receiving willRenameFiles requests.
	WillRename *FileOperationRegistrationOptions `json:"willRename,omitempty"`
	// The server is interested in receiving didDeleteFiles file notifications.
	DidDelete *FileOperationRegistrationOptions `json:"didDelete,omitempty"`
	// The server is interested in receiving willDeleteFiles file requests.
	WillDelete *FileOperationRegistrationOptions `json:"willDelete,omitempty"`
}

Options for notifications/requests for user operations on files.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#fileOperationOptions

type FileOperationPattern

type FileOperationPattern struct {
	// The glob pattern to match. Glob patterns can have the following syntax:
	//
	//  - `*` to match one or more characters in a path segment
	//  - `?` to match on one character in a path segment
	//  - `**` to match any number of path segments, including none
	//  - `{}` to group sub patterns into an OR expression. (e.g. `**​/*.{ts,js}` matches all TypeScript and JavaScript files)
	//  - `[]` to declare a range of characters to match in a path segment (e.g., `example.[0-9]` to match on `example.0`, `example.1`, …)
	//  - `[!...]` to negate a range of characters to match in a path segment (e.g., `example.[!0-9]` to match on `example.a`, `example.b`, but not `example.0`)
	Glob string `json:"glob"`
	// Whether to match files or folders with this pattern.
	//
	// Matches both if undefined.
	Matches *FileOperationPatternKind `json:"matches,omitempty"`
	// Additional options used during matching.
	Options *FileOperationPatternOptions `json:"options,omitempty"`
}

A pattern to describe in which file operation requests or notifications the server is interested in receiving.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#fileOperationPattern

type FileOperationPatternKind

type FileOperationPatternKind string

A pattern kind describing if a glob pattern matches a file a folder or both.

@since 3.16.0

type FileOperationPatternOptions

type FileOperationPatternOptions struct {
	// The pattern should be matched ignoring casing.
	IgnoreCase bool `json:"ignoreCase,omitempty"`
}

Matching options for the file operation pattern.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#fileOperationPatternOptions

type FileOperationRegistrationOptions

type FileOperationRegistrationOptions struct {
	// The actual filters.
	Filters []FileOperationFilter `json:"filters"`
}

The options to register for file operations.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#fileOperationRegistrationOptions

type FileRename

type FileRename struct {
	// A file:// URI for the original location of the file/folder being renamed.
	OldURI string `json:"oldUri"`
	// A file:// URI for the new location of the file/folder being renamed.
	NewURI string `json:"newUri"`
}

Represents information on a file/folder rename.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#fileRename

type FileSystemWatcher

type FileSystemWatcher struct {
	// The glob pattern to watch. See {@link GlobPattern glob pattern} for more detail.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0 support for relative patterns.
	GlobPattern GlobPattern `json:"globPattern"`
	// The kind of events of interest. If omitted it defaults
	// to WatchKind.Create | WatchKind.Change | WatchKind.Delete
	// which is 7.
	Kind *WatchKind `json:"kind,omitempty"`
}

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#fileSystemWatcher

type FoldingRange

type FoldingRange struct {
	// The zero-based start line of the range to fold. The folded area starts after the line's last character.
	// To be valid, the end must be zero or larger and smaller than the number of lines in the document.
	StartLine uint32 `json:"startLine"`
	// The zero-based character offset from where the folded range starts. If not defined, defaults to the length of the start line.
	StartCharacter uint32 `json:"startCharacter,omitempty"`
	// The zero-based end line of the range to fold. The folded area ends with the line's last character.
	// To be valid, the end must be zero or larger and smaller than the number of lines in the document.
	EndLine uint32 `json:"endLine"`
	// The zero-based character offset before the folded range ends. If not defined, defaults to the length of the end line.
	EndCharacter uint32 `json:"endCharacter,omitempty"`
	// Describes the kind of the folding range such as 'comment' or 'region'. The kind
	// is used to categorize folding ranges and used by commands like 'Fold all comments'.
	// See {@link FoldingRangeKind} for an enumeration of standardized kinds.
	Kind string `json:"kind,omitempty"`
	// The text that the client should show when the specified range is
	// collapsed. If not defined or not supported by the client, a default
	// will be chosen by the client.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	CollapsedText string `json:"collapsedText,omitempty"`
}

Represents a folding range. To be valid, start and end line must be bigger than zero and smaller than the number of lines in the document. Clients are free to ignore invalid ranges.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#foldingRange

type FoldingRangeClientCapabilities

type FoldingRangeClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether implementation supports dynamic registration for folding range
	// providers. If this is set to `true` the client supports the new
	// `FoldingRangeRegistrationOptions` return value for the corresponding
	// server capability as well.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
	// The maximum number of folding ranges that the client prefers to receive
	// per document. The value serves as a hint, servers are free to follow the
	// limit.
	RangeLimit uint32 `json:"rangeLimit,omitempty"`
	// If set, the client signals that it only supports folding complete lines.
	// If set, client will ignore specified `startCharacter` and `endCharacter`
	// properties in a FoldingRange.
	LineFoldingOnly bool `json:"lineFoldingOnly,omitempty"`
	// Specific options for the folding range kind.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	FoldingRangeKind *ClientFoldingRangeKindOptions `json:"foldingRangeKind,omitempty"`
	// Specific options for the folding range.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	FoldingRange *ClientFoldingRangeOptions `json:"foldingRange,omitempty"`
}

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#foldingRangeClientCapabilities

type FoldingRangeKind

type FoldingRangeKind string

A set of predefined range kinds.

type FoldingRangeParams

type FoldingRangeParams struct {
	// The text document.
	TextDocument TextDocumentIdentifier `json:"textDocument"`
	WorkDoneProgressParams
	PartialResultParams
}

Parameters for a {@link FoldingRangeRequest}.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#foldingRangeParams

type FoldingRangeWorkspaceClientCapabilities

type FoldingRangeWorkspaceClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether the client implementation supports a refresh request sent from the
	// server to the client.
	//
	// Note that this event is global and will force the client to refresh all
	// folding ranges currently shown. It should be used with absolute care and is
	// useful for situation where a server for example detects a project wide
	// change that requires such a calculation.
	//
	// @since 3.18.0
	// @proposed
	RefreshSupport bool `json:"refreshSupport,omitempty"`
}

Client workspace capabilities specific to folding ranges

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#foldingRangeWorkspaceClientCapabilities

type FormattingOptions

type FormattingOptions struct {
	// Size of a tab in spaces.
	TabSize uint32 `json:"tabSize"`
	// Prefer spaces over tabs.
	InsertSpaces bool `json:"insertSpaces"`
	// Trim trailing whitespace on a line.
	//
	// @since 3.15.0
	TrimTrailingWhitespace bool `json:"trimTrailingWhitespace,omitempty"`
	// Insert a newline character at the end of the file if one does not exist.
	//
	// @since 3.15.0
	InsertFinalNewline bool `json:"insertFinalNewline,omitempty"`
	// Trim all newlines after the final newline at the end of the file.
	//
	// @since 3.15.0
	TrimFinalNewlines bool `json:"trimFinalNewlines,omitempty"`
}

Value-object describing what options formatting should use.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#formattingOptions

type FullDocumentDiagnosticReport

type FullDocumentDiagnosticReport struct {
	// A full document diagnostic report.
	Kind string `json:"kind"`
	// An optional result id. If provided it will
	// be sent on the next diagnostic request for the
	// same document.
	ResultID string `json:"resultId,omitempty"`
	// The actual items.
	Items []Diagnostic `json:"items"`
}

A diagnostic report with a full set of problems.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#fullDocumentDiagnosticReport

type GeneralClientCapabilities

type GeneralClientCapabilities struct {
	// Client capability that signals how the client
	// handles stale requests (e.g. a request
	// for which the client will not process the response
	// anymore since the information is outdated).
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	StaleRequestSupport *StaleRequestSupportOptions `json:"staleRequestSupport,omitempty"`
	// Client capabilities specific to regular expressions.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	RegularExpressions *RegularExpressionsClientCapabilities `json:"regularExpressions,omitempty"`
	// Client capabilities specific to the client's markdown parser.
	//
	// @since 3.16.0
	Markdown *MarkdownClientCapabilities `json:"markdown,omitempty"`
	// The position encodings supported by the client. Client and server
	// have to agree on the same position encoding to ensure that offsets
	// (e.g. character position in a line) are interpreted the same on both
	// sides.
	//
	// To keep the protocol backwards compatible the following applies: if
	// the value 'utf-16' is missing from the array of position encodings
	// servers can assume that the client supports UTF-16. UTF-16 is
	// therefore a mandatory encoding.
	//
	// If omitted it defaults to ['utf-16'].
	//
	// Implementation considerations: since the conversion from one encoding
	// into another requires the content of the file / line the conversion
	// is best done where the file is read which is usually on the server
	// side.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	PositionEncodings []PositionEncodingKind `json:"positionEncodings,omitempty"`
}

General client capabilities.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#generalClientCapabilities

type GlobPattern

type GlobPattern = Or_GlobPattern // (alias)

The glob pattern. Either a string pattern or a relative pattern.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#globPattern

type Hover

type Hover struct {
	// The hover's content
	Contents MarkupContent `json:"contents"`
	// An optional range inside the text document that is used to
	// visualize the hover, e.g. by changing the background color.
	Range Range `json:"range,omitempty"`
}

The result of a hover request.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#hover

type HoverClientCapabilities

type HoverClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether hover supports dynamic registration.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
	// Client supports the following content formats for the content
	// property. The order describes the preferred format of the client.
	ContentFormat []MarkupKind `json:"contentFormat,omitempty"`
}

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#hoverClientCapabilities

type ImplementationClientCapabilities

type ImplementationClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether implementation supports dynamic registration. If this is set to `true`
	// the client supports the new `ImplementationRegistrationOptions` return value
	// for the corresponding server capability as well.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
	// The client supports additional metadata in the form of definition links.
	//
	// @since 3.14.0
	LinkSupport bool `json:"linkSupport,omitempty"`
}

@since 3.6.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#implementationClientCapabilities

type InitializeError

type InitializeError struct {
	// Indicates whether the client execute the following retry logic:
	// (1) show the message provided by the ResponseError to the user
	// (2) user selects retry or cancel
	// (3) if user selected retry the initialize method is sent again.
	Retry bool `json:"retry"`
}

The data type of the ResponseError if the initialize request fails.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#initializeError

type InitializeResult

type InitializeResult struct {
	// The capabilities the language server provides.
	Capabilities ServerCapabilities `json:"capabilities"`
	// Information about the server.
	//
	// @since 3.15.0
	ServerInfo *ServerInfo `json:"serverInfo,omitempty"`
}

The result returned from an initialize request.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#initializeResult

type InlayHint

type InlayHint struct {
	// The position of this hint.
	//
	// If multiple hints have the same position, they will be shown in the order
	// they appear in the response.
	Position Position `json:"position"`
	// The label of this hint. A human readable string or an array of
	// InlayHintLabelPart label parts.
	//
	// *Note* that neither the string nor the label part can be empty.
	Label []InlayHintLabelPart `json:"label"`
	// The kind of this hint. Can be omitted in which case the client
	// should fall back to a reasonable default.
	Kind InlayHintKind `json:"kind,omitempty"`
	// Optional text edits that are performed when accepting this inlay hint.
	//
	// *Note* that edits are expected to change the document so that the inlay
	// hint (or its nearest variant) is now part of the document and the inlay
	// hint itself is now obsolete.
	TextEdits []TextEdit `json:"textEdits,omitempty"`
	// The tooltip text when you hover over this item.
	Tooltip *OrPTooltip_textDocument_inlayHint `json:"tooltip,omitempty"`
	// Render padding before the hint.
	//
	// Note: Padding should use the editor's background color, not the
	// background color of the hint itself. That means padding can be used
	// to visually align/separate an inlay hint.
	PaddingLeft bool `json:"paddingLeft,omitempty"`
	// Render padding after the hint.
	//
	// Note: Padding should use the editor's background color, not the
	// background color of the hint itself. That means padding can be used
	// to visually align/separate an inlay hint.
	PaddingRight bool `json:"paddingRight,omitempty"`
	// A data entry field that is preserved on an inlay hint between
	// a `textDocument/inlayHint` and a `inlayHint/resolve` request.
	Data interface{} `json:"data,omitempty"`
}

Inlay hint information.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#inlayHint

type InlayHintClientCapabilities

type InlayHintClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether inlay hints support dynamic registration.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
	// Indicates which properties a client can resolve lazily on an inlay
	// hint.
	ResolveSupport *ClientInlayHintResolveOptions `json:"resolveSupport,omitempty"`
}

Inlay hint client capabilities.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#inlayHintClientCapabilities

type InlayHintKind

type InlayHintKind uint32

Inlay hint kinds.

@since 3.17.0

type InlayHintLabelPart

type InlayHintLabelPart struct {
	// The value of this label part.
	Value string `json:"value"`
	// The tooltip text when you hover over this label part. Depending on
	// the client capability `inlayHint.resolveSupport` clients might resolve
	// this property late using the resolve request.
	Tooltip *OrPTooltipPLabel `json:"tooltip,omitempty"`
	// An optional source code location that represents this
	// label part.
	//
	// The editor will use this location for the hover and for code navigation
	// features: This part will become a clickable link that resolves to the
	// definition of the symbol at the given location (not necessarily the
	// location itself), it shows the hover that shows at the given location,
	// and it shows a context menu with further code navigation commands.
	//
	// Depending on the client capability `inlayHint.resolveSupport` clients
	// might resolve this property late using the resolve request.
	Location *Location `json:"location,omitempty"`
	// An optional command for this label part.
	//
	// Depending on the client capability `inlayHint.resolveSupport` clients
	// might resolve this property late using the resolve request.
	Command *Command `json:"command,omitempty"`
}

An inlay hint label part allows for interactive and composite labels of inlay hints.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#inlayHintLabelPart

type InlayHintOptions

type InlayHintOptions struct {
	// The server provides support to resolve additional
	// information for an inlay hint item.
	ResolveProvider bool `json:"resolveProvider,omitempty"`
	WorkDoneProgressOptions
}

Inlay hint options used during static registration.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#inlayHintOptions

type InlayHintParams

type InlayHintParams struct {
	// The text document.
	TextDocument TextDocumentIdentifier `json:"textDocument"`
	// The document range for which inlay hints should be computed.
	Range Range `json:"range"`
	WorkDoneProgressParams
}

A parameter literal used in inlay hint requests.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#inlayHintParams

type InlayHintWorkspaceClientCapabilities

type InlayHintWorkspaceClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether the client implementation supports a refresh request sent from
	// the server to the client.
	//
	// Note that this event is global and will force the client to refresh all
	// inlay hints currently shown. It should be used with absolute care and
	// is useful for situation where a server for example detects a project wide
	// change that requires such a calculation.
	RefreshSupport bool `json:"refreshSupport,omitempty"`
}

Client workspace capabilities specific to inlay hints.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#inlayHintWorkspaceClientCapabilities

type InlineCompletionClientCapabilities

type InlineCompletionClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether implementation supports dynamic registration for inline completion providers.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
}

Client capabilities specific to inline completions.

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#inlineCompletionClientCapabilities

type InlineCompletionContext

type InlineCompletionContext struct {
	// Describes how the inline completion was triggered.
	TriggerKind InlineCompletionTriggerKind `json:"triggerKind"`
	// Provides information about the currently selected item in the autocomplete widget if it is visible.
	SelectedCompletionInfo *SelectedCompletionInfo `json:"selectedCompletionInfo,omitempty"`
}

Provides information about the context in which an inline completion was requested.

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#inlineCompletionContext

type InlineCompletionItem

type InlineCompletionItem struct {
	// The text to replace the range with. Must be set.
	InsertText Or_InlineCompletionItem_insertText `json:"insertText"`
	// A text that is used to decide if this inline completion should be shown. When `falsy` the {@link InlineCompletionItem.insertText} is used.
	FilterText string `json:"filterText,omitempty"`
	// The range to replace. Must begin and end on the same line.
	Range *Range `json:"range,omitempty"`
	// An optional {@link Command} that is executed *after* inserting this completion.
	Command *Command `json:"command,omitempty"`
}

An inline completion item represents a text snippet that is proposed inline to complete text that is being typed.

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#inlineCompletionItem

type InlineCompletionList

type InlineCompletionList struct {
	// The inline completion items
	Items []InlineCompletionItem `json:"items"`
}

Represents a collection of {@link InlineCompletionItem inline completion items} to be presented in the editor.

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#inlineCompletionList

type InlineCompletionOptions

type InlineCompletionOptions struct {
	WorkDoneProgressOptions
}

Inline completion options used during static registration.

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#inlineCompletionOptions

type InlineCompletionParams

type InlineCompletionParams struct {
	// Additional information about the context in which inline completions were
	// requested.
	Context InlineCompletionContext `json:"context"`
	TextDocumentPositionParams
	WorkDoneProgressParams
}

A parameter literal used in inline completion requests.

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#inlineCompletionParams

type InlineCompletionRegistrationOptions

type InlineCompletionRegistrationOptions struct {
	InlineCompletionOptions
	TextDocumentRegistrationOptions
	StaticRegistrationOptions
}

Inline completion options used during static or dynamic registration.

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#inlineCompletionRegistrationOptions

type InlineCompletionTriggerKind

type InlineCompletionTriggerKind uint32

Describes how an {@link InlineCompletionItemProvider inline completion provider} was triggered.

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

type InlineValue

type InlineValue = Or_InlineValue // (alias)

Inline value information can be provided by different means:

  • directly as a text value (class InlineValueText).
  • as a name to use for a variable lookup (class InlineValueVariableLookup)
  • as an evaluatable expression (class InlineValueEvaluatableExpression)

The InlineValue types combines all inline value types into one type.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#inlineValue

type InlineValueClientCapabilities

type InlineValueClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether implementation supports dynamic registration for inline value providers.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
}

Client capabilities specific to inline values.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#inlineValueClientCapabilities

type InlineValueContext

type InlineValueContext struct {
	// The stack frame (as a DAP Id) where the execution has stopped.
	FrameID int32 `json:"frameId"`
	// The document range where execution has stopped.
	// Typically the end position of the range denotes the line where the inline values are shown.
	StoppedLocation Range `json:"stoppedLocation"`
}

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#inlineValueContext

type InlineValueEvaluatableExpression

type InlineValueEvaluatableExpression struct {
	// The document range for which the inline value applies.
	// The range is used to extract the evaluatable expression from the underlying document.
	Range Range `json:"range"`
	// If specified the expression overrides the extracted expression.
	Expression string `json:"expression,omitempty"`
}

Provide an inline value through an expression evaluation. If only a range is specified, the expression will be extracted from the underlying document. An optional expression can be used to override the extracted expression.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#inlineValueEvaluatableExpression

type InlineValueOptions

type InlineValueOptions struct {
	WorkDoneProgressOptions
}

Inline value options used during static registration.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#inlineValueOptions

type InlineValueParams

type InlineValueParams struct {
	// The text document.
	TextDocument TextDocumentIdentifier `json:"textDocument"`
	// The document range for which inline values should be computed.
	Range Range `json:"range"`
	// Additional information about the context in which inline values were
	// requested.
	Context InlineValueContext `json:"context"`
	WorkDoneProgressParams
}

A parameter literal used in inline value requests.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#inlineValueParams

type InlineValueText

type InlineValueText struct {
	// The document range for which the inline value applies.
	Range Range `json:"range"`
	// The text of the inline value.
	Text string `json:"text"`
}

Provide inline value as text.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#inlineValueText

type InlineValueVariableLookup

type InlineValueVariableLookup struct {
	// The document range for which the inline value applies.
	// The range is used to extract the variable name from the underlying document.
	Range Range `json:"range"`
	// If specified the name of the variable to look up.
	VariableName string `json:"variableName,omitempty"`
	// How to perform the lookup.
	CaseSensitiveLookup bool `json:"caseSensitiveLookup"`
}

Provide inline value through a variable lookup. If only a range is specified, the variable name will be extracted from the underlying document. An optional variable name can be used to override the extracted name.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#inlineValueVariableLookup

type InlineValueWorkspaceClientCapabilities

type InlineValueWorkspaceClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether the client implementation supports a refresh request sent from the
	// server to the client.
	//
	// Note that this event is global and will force the client to refresh all
	// inline values currently shown. It should be used with absolute care and is
	// useful for situation where a server for example detects a project wide
	// change that requires such a calculation.
	RefreshSupport bool `json:"refreshSupport,omitempty"`
}

Client workspace capabilities specific to inline values.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#inlineValueWorkspaceClientCapabilities

type InsertReplaceEdit

type InsertReplaceEdit struct {
	// The string to be inserted.
	NewText string `json:"newText"`
	// The range if the insert is requested
	Insert Range `json:"insert"`
	// The range if the replace is requested.
	Replace Range `json:"replace"`
}

A special text edit to provide an insert and a replace operation.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#insertReplaceEdit

func (*InsertReplaceEdit) UnmarshalJSON added in v0.16.0

func (e *InsertReplaceEdit) UnmarshalJSON(data []byte) error

UnmarshalJSON unmarshals InsertReplaceEdit with extra checks on the presence of "insert" and "replace" properties.

type InsertTextFormat

type InsertTextFormat uint32

Defines whether the insert text in a completion item should be interpreted as plain text or a snippet.

func (InsertTextFormat) Format

func (e InsertTextFormat) Format(f fmt.State, c rune)

type InsertTextMode

type InsertTextMode uint32

How whitespace and indentation is handled during completion item insertion.

@since 3.16.0

type LSPAny

type LSPAny = interface{}

type LSPArray

type LSPArray = []interface{} // (alias)

LSP arrays. @since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#lSPArray

type LSPErrorCodes

type LSPErrorCodes int32

type LSPObject

type LSPObject = map[string]LSPAny // (alias)

LSP object definition. @since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#lSPObject

type LanguageKind added in v0.16.0

type LanguageKind string

Predefined Language kinds @since 3.18.0 @proposed

type LinkedEditingRangeClientCapabilities

type LinkedEditingRangeClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether implementation supports dynamic registration. If this is set to `true`
	// the client supports the new `(TextDocumentRegistrationOptions & StaticRegistrationOptions)`
	// return value for the corresponding server capability as well.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
}

Client capabilities for the linked editing range request.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#linkedEditingRangeClientCapabilities

type LinkedEditingRanges

type LinkedEditingRanges struct {
	// A list of ranges that can be edited together. The ranges must have
	// identical length and contain identical text content. The ranges cannot overlap.
	Ranges []Range `json:"ranges"`
	// An optional word pattern (regular expression) that describes valid contents for
	// the given ranges. If no pattern is provided, the client configuration's word
	// pattern will be used.
	WordPattern string `json:"wordPattern,omitempty"`
}

The result of a linked editing range request.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#linkedEditingRanges

type Lit_ClientSemanticTokensRequestOptions_range_Item1

type Lit_ClientSemanticTokensRequestOptions_range_Item1 struct {
}

created for Literal (Lit_ClientSemanticTokensRequestOptions_range_Item1)

type Location

type Location struct {
	URI   DocumentURI `json:"uri"`
	Range Range       `json:"range"`
}

Represents a location inside a resource, such as a line inside a text file.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#location

type LocationLink struct {
	// Span of the origin of this link.
	//
	// Used as the underlined span for mouse interaction. Defaults to the word range at
	// the definition position.
	OriginSelectionRange *Range `json:"originSelectionRange,omitempty"`
	// The target resource identifier of this link.
	TargetURI DocumentURI `json:"targetUri"`
	// The full target range of this link. If the target for example is a symbol then target range is the
	// range enclosing this symbol not including leading/trailing whitespace but everything else
	// like comments. This information is typically used to highlight the range in the editor.
	TargetRange Range `json:"targetRange"`
	// The range that should be selected and revealed when this link is being followed, e.g the name of a function.
	// Must be contained by the `targetRange`. See also `DocumentSymbol#range`
	TargetSelectionRange Range `json:"targetSelectionRange"`
}

Represents the connection of two locations. Provides additional metadata over normal {@link Location locations}, including an origin range.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#locationLink

type LocationUriOnly

type LocationUriOnly struct {
	URI DocumentURI `json:"uri"`
}

Location with only uri and does not include range.

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#locationUriOnly

type LogMessageParams

type LogMessageParams struct {
	// The message type. See {@link MessageType}
	Type MessageType `json:"type"`
	// The actual message.
	Message string `json:"message"`
}

The log message parameters.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#logMessageParams

type LogTraceParams

type LogTraceParams struct {
	Message string `json:"message"`
	Verbose string `json:"verbose,omitempty"`
}

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#logTraceParams

type MappedRange

type MappedRange struct {
	Mapper *Mapper
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

A MappedRange represents a valid byte-offset range of a file. Through its Mapper it can be converted into other forms such as protocol.Range or UTF-8.

Construct one by calling Mapper.OffsetMappedRange with start/end offsets. From the go/token domain, call safetoken.Offsets first, or use a helper such as parsego.File.MappedPosRange.

Two MappedRanges produced the same Mapper are equal if and only if they denote the same range. Two MappedRanges produced by different Mappers are unequal even when they represent the same range of the same file.

func (MappedRange) Location

func (mr MappedRange) Location() Location

Location returns the range in protocol location (UTF-16) form.

func (MappedRange) Offsets

func (mr MappedRange) Offsets() (start, end int)

Offsets returns the (start, end) byte offsets of this range.

func (MappedRange) Range

func (mr MappedRange) Range() Range

Range returns the range in protocol (UTF-16) form.

func (MappedRange) String

func (mr MappedRange) String() string

String formats the range in UTF-8 notation.

func (MappedRange) URI

func (mr MappedRange) URI() DocumentURI

URI returns the URI of the range's file.

type Mapper

type Mapper struct {
	URI     DocumentURI
	Content []byte
	// contains filtered or unexported fields
}

A Mapper wraps the content of a file and provides mapping between byte offsets and notations of position such as:

  • (line, col8) pairs, where col8 is a 1-based UTF-8 column number (bytes), as used by the go/token and cmd packages.

  • (line, col16) pairs, where col16 is a 1-based UTF-16 column number, as used by the LSP protocol.

All conversion methods are named "FromTo", where From and To are the two types. For example, the PointPosition method converts from a Point to a Position.

Mapper does not intrinsically depend on go/token-based representations. Use safetoken to map between token.Pos <=> byte offsets, or the convenience methods such as PosPosition, NodePosition, or NodeRange.

See overview comments at top of this file.

func NewMapper

func NewMapper(uri DocumentURI, content []byte) *Mapper

NewMapper creates a new mapper for the given URI and content.

func (*Mapper) LineCol8Position

func (m *Mapper) LineCol8Position(line, col8 int) (Position, error)

LineCol8Position converts a valid line and UTF-8 column number, both 1-based, to a protocol (UTF-16) position.

func (*Mapper) NodeMappedRange

func (m *Mapper) NodeMappedRange(tf *token.File, node ast.Node) (MappedRange, error)

NodeMappedRange returns a MappedRange for the given node range.

func (*Mapper) NodeRange

func (m *Mapper) NodeRange(tf *token.File, node ast.Node) (Range, error)

NodeRange converts a syntax node range to a protocol (UTF-16) range.

func (*Mapper) OffsetLineCol8

func (m *Mapper) OffsetLineCol8(offset int) (int, int)

OffsetLineCol8 converts a valid byte offset to line and UTF-8 column numbers, both 1-based.

func (*Mapper) OffsetLocation

func (m *Mapper) OffsetLocation(start, end int) (Location, error)

OffsetLocation converts a byte-offset interval to a protocol (UTF-16) location.

func (*Mapper) OffsetMappedRange

func (m *Mapper) OffsetMappedRange(start, end int) (MappedRange, error)

OffsetMappedRange returns a MappedRange for the given byte offsets. A MappedRange can be converted to any other form.

func (*Mapper) OffsetPosition

func (m *Mapper) OffsetPosition(offset int) (Position, error)

OffsetPosition converts a byte offset to a protocol (UTF-16) position.

func (*Mapper) OffsetRange

func (m *Mapper) OffsetRange(start, end int) (Range, error)

OffsetRange converts a byte-offset interval to a protocol (UTF-16) range.

func (*Mapper) PosLocation

func (m *Mapper) PosLocation(tf *token.File, start, end token.Pos) (Location, error)

PosLocation converts a token range to a protocol (UTF-16) location.

func (*Mapper) PosMappedRange

func (m *Mapper) PosMappedRange(tf *token.File, start, end token.Pos) (MappedRange, error)

PosMappedRange returns a MappedRange for the given token.Pos range.

func (*Mapper) PosPosition

func (m *Mapper) PosPosition(tf *token.File, pos token.Pos) (Position, error)

PosPosition converts a token pos to a protocol (UTF-16) position.

func (*Mapper) PosRange

func (m *Mapper) PosRange(tf *token.File, start, end token.Pos) (Range, error)

PosRange converts a token range to a protocol (UTF-16) range.

func (*Mapper) PositionOffset

func (m *Mapper) PositionOffset(p Position) (int, error)

PositionOffset converts a protocol (UTF-16) position to a byte offset.

func (*Mapper) RangeLocation

func (m *Mapper) RangeLocation(rng Range) Location

RangeLocation pairs a protocol Range with its URI, in a Location.

func (*Mapper) RangeOffsets

func (m *Mapper) RangeOffsets(r Range) (int, int, error)

RangeOffsets converts a protocol (UTF-16) range to start/end byte offsets.

type MarkdownClientCapabilities

type MarkdownClientCapabilities struct {
	// The name of the parser.
	Parser string `json:"parser"`
	// The version of the parser.
	Version string `json:"version,omitempty"`
	// A list of HTML tags that the client allows / supports in
	// Markdown.
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	AllowedTags []string `json:"allowedTags,omitempty"`
}

Client capabilities specific to the used markdown parser.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#markdownClientCapabilities

type MarkedString

type MarkedString = Or_MarkedString // (alias)

MarkedString can be used to render human readable text. It is either a markdown string or a code-block that provides a language and a code snippet. The language identifier is semantically equal to the optional language identifier in fenced code blocks in GitHub issues. See https://help.github.com/articles/creating-and-highlighting-code-blocks/#syntax-highlighting

The pair of a language and a value is an equivalent to markdown: ```${language} ${value} ```

Note that markdown strings will be sanitized - that means html will be escaped. @deprecated use MarkupContent instead.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#markedString

type MarkedStringWithLanguage

type MarkedStringWithLanguage struct {
	Language string `json:"language"`
	Value    string `json:"value"`
}

@since 3.18.0 @proposed @deprecated use MarkupContent instead.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#markedStringWithLanguage

type MarkupContent

type MarkupContent struct {
	// The type of the Markup
	Kind MarkupKind `json:"kind"`
	// The content itself
	Value string `json:"value"`
}

A `MarkupContent` literal represents a string value which content is interpreted base on its kind flag. Currently the protocol supports `plaintext` and `markdown` as markup kinds.

If the kind is `markdown` then the value can contain fenced code blocks like in GitHub issues. See https://help.github.com/articles/creating-and-highlighting-code-blocks/#syntax-highlighting

Here is an example how such a string can be constructed using JavaScript / TypeScript: ```ts

let markdown: MarkdownContent = {
 kind: MarkupKind.Markdown,
 value: [
   '# Header',
   'Some text',
   '```typescript',
   'someCode();',
   '```'
 ].join('\n')
};

```

*Please Note* that clients might sanitize the return markdown. A client could decide to remove HTML from the markdown to avoid script execution.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#markupContent

type MarkupKind

type MarkupKind string

Describes the content type that a client supports in various result literals like `Hover`, `ParameterInfo` or `CompletionItem`.

Please note that `MarkupKinds` must not start with a `$`. This kinds are reserved for internal usage.

type MessageActionItem

type MessageActionItem struct {
	// A short title like 'Retry', 'Open Log' etc.
	Title string `json:"title"`
}

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#messageActionItem

type MessageType

type MessageType uint32

The message type

func (MessageType) Format

func (e MessageType) Format(f fmt.State, c rune)

type Moniker

type Moniker struct {
	// The scheme of the moniker. For example tsc or .Net
	Scheme string `json:"scheme"`
	// The identifier of the moniker. The value is opaque in LSIF however
	// schema owners are allowed to define the structure if they want.
	Identifier string `json:"identifier"`
	// The scope in which the moniker is unique
	Unique UniquenessLevel `json:"unique"`
	// The moniker kind if known.
	Kind *MonikerKind `json:"kind,omitempty"`
}

Moniker definition to match LSIF 0.5 moniker definition.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#moniker

type MonikerClientCapabilities

type MonikerClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether moniker supports dynamic registration. If this is set to `true`
	// the client supports the new `MonikerRegistrationOptions` return value
	// for the corresponding server capability as well.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
}

Client capabilities specific to the moniker request.

@since 3.16.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#monikerClientCapabilities

type MonikerKind

type MonikerKind string

The moniker kind.

@since 3.16.0

type NotebookCell

type NotebookCell struct {
	// The cell's kind
	Kind NotebookCellKind `json:"kind"`
	// The URI of the cell's text document
	// content.
	Document DocumentURI `json:"document"`
	// Additional metadata stored with the cell.
	//
	// Note: should always be an object literal (e.g. LSPObject)
	Metadata *LSPObject `json:"metadata,omitempty"`
	// Additional execution summary information
	// if supported by the client.
	ExecutionSummary *ExecutionSummary `json:"executionSummary,omitempty"`
}

A notebook cell.

A cell's document URI must be unique across ALL notebook cells and can therefore be used to uniquely identify a notebook cell or the cell's text document.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#notebookCell

type NotebookCellArrayChange

type NotebookCellArrayChange struct {
	// The start oftest of the cell that changed.
	Start uint32 `json:"start"`
	// The deleted cells
	DeleteCount uint32 `json:"deleteCount"`
	// The new cells, if any
	Cells []NotebookCell `json:"cells,omitempty"`
}

A change describing how to move a `NotebookCell` array from state S to S'.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#notebookCellArrayChange

type NotebookCellKind

type NotebookCellKind uint32

A notebook cell kind.

@since 3.17.0

type NotebookCellLanguage

type NotebookCellLanguage struct {
	Language string `json:"language"`
}

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#notebookCellLanguage

type NotebookCellTextDocumentFilter

type NotebookCellTextDocumentFilter struct {
	// A filter that matches against the notebook
	// containing the notebook cell. If a string
	// value is provided it matches against the
	// notebook type. '*' matches every notebook.
	Notebook Or_NotebookCellTextDocumentFilter_notebook `json:"notebook"`
	// A language id like `python`.
	//
	// Will be matched against the language id of the
	// notebook cell document. '*' matches every language.
	Language string `json:"language,omitempty"`
}

A notebook cell text document filter denotes a cell text document by different properties.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#notebookCellTextDocumentFilter

type NotebookDocument

type NotebookDocument struct {
	// The notebook document's uri.
	URI URI `json:"uri"`
	// The type of the notebook.
	NotebookType string `json:"notebookType"`
	// The version number of this document (it will increase after each
	// change, including undo/redo).
	Version int32 `json:"version"`
	// Additional metadata stored with the notebook
	// document.
	//
	// Note: should always be an object literal (e.g. LSPObject)
	Metadata *LSPObject `json:"metadata,omitempty"`
	// The cells of a notebook.
	Cells []NotebookCell `json:"cells"`
}

A notebook document.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#notebookDocument

type NotebookDocumentCellChangeStructure

type NotebookDocumentCellChangeStructure struct {
	// The change to the cell array.
	Array NotebookCellArrayChange `json:"array"`
	// Additional opened cell text documents.
	DidOpen []TextDocumentItem `json:"didOpen,omitempty"`
	// Additional closed cell text documents.
	DidClose []TextDocumentIdentifier `json:"didClose,omitempty"`
}

Structural changes to cells in a notebook document.

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#notebookDocumentCellChangeStructure

type NotebookDocumentCellChanges

type NotebookDocumentCellChanges struct {
	// Changes to the cell structure to add or
	// remove cells.
	Structure *NotebookDocumentCellChangeStructure `json:"structure,omitempty"`
	// Changes to notebook cells properties like its
	// kind, execution summary or metadata.
	Data []NotebookCell `json:"data,omitempty"`
	// Changes to the text content of notebook cells.
	TextContent []NotebookDocumentCellContentChanges `json:"textContent,omitempty"`
}

Cell changes to a notebook document.

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#notebookDocumentCellChanges

type NotebookDocumentCellContentChanges

type NotebookDocumentCellContentChanges struct {
	Document VersionedTextDocumentIdentifier  `json:"document"`
	Changes  []TextDocumentContentChangeEvent `json:"changes"`
}

Content changes to a cell in a notebook document.

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#notebookDocumentCellContentChanges

type NotebookDocumentChangeEvent

type NotebookDocumentChangeEvent struct {
	// The changed meta data if any.
	//
	// Note: should always be an object literal (e.g. LSPObject)
	Metadata *LSPObject `json:"metadata,omitempty"`
	// Changes to cells
	Cells *NotebookDocumentCellChanges `json:"cells,omitempty"`
}

A change event for a notebook document.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#notebookDocumentChangeEvent

type NotebookDocumentClientCapabilities

type NotebookDocumentClientCapabilities struct {
	// Capabilities specific to notebook document synchronization
	//
	// @since 3.17.0
	Synchronization NotebookDocumentSyncClientCapabilities `json:"synchronization"`
}

Capabilities specific to the notebook document support.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#notebookDocumentClientCapabilities

type NotebookDocumentFilter

type NotebookDocumentFilter = Or_NotebookDocumentFilter // (alias)

A notebook document filter denotes a notebook document by different properties. The properties will be match against the notebook's URI (same as with documents)

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#notebookDocumentFilter

type NotebookDocumentFilterNotebookType

type NotebookDocumentFilterNotebookType struct {
	// The type of the enclosing notebook.
	NotebookType string `json:"notebookType"`
	// A Uri {@link Uri.scheme scheme}, like `file` or `untitled`.
	Scheme string `json:"scheme,omitempty"`
	// A glob pattern.
	Pattern string `json:"pattern,omitempty"`
}

A notebook document filter where `notebookType` is required field.

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#notebookDocumentFilterNotebookType

type NotebookDocumentFilterPattern

type NotebookDocumentFilterPattern struct {
	// The type of the enclosing notebook.
	NotebookType string `json:"notebookType,omitempty"`
	// A Uri {@link Uri.scheme scheme}, like `file` or `untitled`.
	Scheme string `json:"scheme,omitempty"`
	// A glob pattern.
	Pattern string `json:"pattern"`
}

A notebook document filter where `pattern` is required field.

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#notebookDocumentFilterPattern

type NotebookDocumentFilterScheme

type NotebookDocumentFilterScheme struct {
	// The type of the enclosing notebook.
	NotebookType string `json:"notebookType,omitempty"`
	// A Uri {@link Uri.scheme scheme}, like `file` or `untitled`.
	Scheme string `json:"scheme"`
	// A glob pattern.
	Pattern string `json:"pattern,omitempty"`
}

A notebook document filter where `scheme` is required field.

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#notebookDocumentFilterScheme

type NotebookDocumentFilterWithCells

type NotebookDocumentFilterWithCells struct {
	// The notebook to be synced If a string
	// value is provided it matches against the
	// notebook type. '*' matches every notebook.
	Notebook *Or_NotebookDocumentFilterWithCells_notebook `json:"notebook,omitempty"`
	// The cells of the matching notebook to be synced.
	Cells []NotebookCellLanguage `json:"cells"`
}

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#notebookDocumentFilterWithCells

type NotebookDocumentFilterWithNotebook

type NotebookDocumentFilterWithNotebook struct {
	// The notebook to be synced If a string
	// value is provided it matches against the
	// notebook type. '*' matches every notebook.
	Notebook Or_NotebookDocumentFilterWithNotebook_notebook `json:"notebook"`
	// The cells of the matching notebook to be synced.
	Cells []NotebookCellLanguage `json:"cells,omitempty"`
}

@since 3.18.0 @proposed

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#notebookDocumentFilterWithNotebook

type NotebookDocumentIdentifier

type NotebookDocumentIdentifier struct {
	// The notebook document's uri.
	URI URI `json:"uri"`
}

A literal to identify a notebook document in the client.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#notebookDocumentIdentifier

type NotebookDocumentSyncClientCapabilities

type NotebookDocumentSyncClientCapabilities struct {
	// Whether implementation supports dynamic registration. If this is
	// set to `true` the client supports the new
	// `(TextDocumentRegistrationOptions & StaticRegistrationOptions)`
	// return value for the corresponding server capability as well.
	DynamicRegistration bool `json:"dynamicRegistration,omitempty"`
	// The client supports sending execution summary data per cell.
	ExecutionSummarySupport bool `json:"executionSummarySupport,omitempty"`
}

Notebook specific client capabilities.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#notebookDocumentSyncClientCapabilities

type NotebookDocumentSyncOptions

type NotebookDocumentSyncOptions struct {
	// The notebooks to be synced
	NotebookSelector []Or_NotebookDocumentSyncOptions_notebookSelector_Elem `json:"notebookSelector"`
	// Whether save notification should be forwarded to
	// the server. Will only be honored if mode === `notebook`.
	Save bool `json:"save,omitempty"`
}

Options specific to a notebook plus its cells to be synced to the server.

If a selector provides a notebook document filter but no cell selector all cells of a matching notebook document will be synced.

If a selector provides no notebook document filter but only a cell selector all notebook document that contain at least one matching cell will be synced.

@since 3.17.0

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#notebookDocumentSyncOptions

type OptionalVersionedTextDocumentIdentifier

type OptionalVersionedTextDocumentIdentifier struct {
	// The version number of this document. If a versioned text document identifier
	// is sent from the server to the client and the file is not open in the editor
	// (the server has not received an open notification before) the server can send
	// `null` to indicate that the version is unknown and the content on disk is the
	// truth (as specified with document content ownership).
	Version int32 `json:"version"`
	TextDocumentIdentifier
}

A text document identifier to optionally denote a specific version of a text document.

See https://microsoft.github.io/language-server-protocol/specifications/lsp/3.17/specification#optionalVersionedTextDocumentIdentifier

type OrPLocation_workspace_symbol

type OrPLocation_workspace_symbol struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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type OrPSection_workspace_didChangeConfiguration

type OrPSection_workspace_didChangeConfiguration struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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type OrPTooltipPLabel

type OrPTooltipPLabel struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [MarkupContent string]

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type OrPTooltip_textDocument_inlayHint

type OrPTooltip_textDocument_inlayHint struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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func (OrPTooltip_textDocument_inlayHint) MarshalJSON

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type Or_CancelParams_id

type Or_CancelParams_id struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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func (t *Or_CancelParams_id) UnmarshalJSON(x []byte) error

type Or_ClientSemanticTokensRequestOptions_full

type Or_ClientSemanticTokensRequestOptions_full struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [ClientSemanticTokensRequestFullDelta bool]

func (Or_ClientSemanticTokensRequestOptions_full) MarshalJSON

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type Or_ClientSemanticTokensRequestOptions_range

type Or_ClientSemanticTokensRequestOptions_range struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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func (Or_ClientSemanticTokensRequestOptions_range) MarshalJSON

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type Or_CompletionItemDefaults_editRange

type Or_CompletionItemDefaults_editRange struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [EditRangeWithInsertReplace Range]

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func (t *Or_CompletionItemDefaults_editRange) UnmarshalJSON(x []byte) error

type Or_CompletionItem_documentation

type Or_CompletionItem_documentation struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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func (t *Or_CompletionItem_documentation) UnmarshalJSON(x []byte) error

type Or_CompletionItem_textEdit

type Or_CompletionItem_textEdit struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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type Or_Definition

type Or_Definition struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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type Or_Diagnostic_code

type Or_Diagnostic_code struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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type Or_DocumentDiagnosticReport

type Or_DocumentDiagnosticReport struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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func (t *Or_DocumentDiagnosticReport) UnmarshalJSON(x []byte) error

type Or_DocumentDiagnosticReportPartialResult_relatedDocuments_Value

type Or_DocumentDiagnosticReportPartialResult_relatedDocuments_Value struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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func (Or_DocumentDiagnosticReportPartialResult_relatedDocuments_Value) MarshalJSON

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type Or_DocumentFilter

type Or_DocumentFilter struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [NotebookCellTextDocumentFilter TextDocumentFilter]

func (Or_DocumentFilter) MarshalJSON

func (t Or_DocumentFilter) MarshalJSON() ([]byte, error)

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func (t *Or_DocumentFilter) UnmarshalJSON(x []byte) error

type Or_GlobPattern

type Or_GlobPattern struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [Pattern RelativePattern]

func (Or_GlobPattern) MarshalJSON

func (t Or_GlobPattern) MarshalJSON() ([]byte, error)

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func (t *Or_GlobPattern) UnmarshalJSON(x []byte) error

type Or_Hover_contents

type Or_Hover_contents struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [MarkedString MarkupContent []MarkedString]

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func (t *Or_Hover_contents) UnmarshalJSON(x []byte) error

type Or_InlayHint_label

type Or_InlayHint_label struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [[]InlayHintLabelPart string]

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func (t *Or_InlayHint_label) UnmarshalJSON(x []byte) error

type Or_InlineCompletionItem_insertText

type Or_InlineCompletionItem_insertText struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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type Or_InlineValue

type Or_InlineValue struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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func (t *Or_InlineValue) UnmarshalJSON(x []byte) error

type Or_MarkedString

type Or_MarkedString struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [MarkedStringWithLanguage string]

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func (t *Or_MarkedString) UnmarshalJSON(x []byte) error

type Or_NotebookCellTextDocumentFilter_notebook

type Or_NotebookCellTextDocumentFilter_notebook struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [NotebookDocumentFilter string]

func (Or_NotebookCellTextDocumentFilter_notebook) MarshalJSON

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type Or_NotebookDocumentFilter

type Or_NotebookDocumentFilter struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [NotebookDocumentFilterNotebookType NotebookDocumentFilterPattern NotebookDocumentFilterScheme]

func (Or_NotebookDocumentFilter) MarshalJSON

func (t Or_NotebookDocumentFilter) MarshalJSON() ([]byte, error)

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func (t *Or_NotebookDocumentFilter) UnmarshalJSON(x []byte) error

type Or_NotebookDocumentFilterWithCells_notebook

type Or_NotebookDocumentFilterWithCells_notebook struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [NotebookDocumentFilter string]

func (Or_NotebookDocumentFilterWithCells_notebook) MarshalJSON

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type Or_NotebookDocumentFilterWithNotebook_notebook

type Or_NotebookDocumentFilterWithNotebook_notebook struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [NotebookDocumentFilter string]

func (Or_NotebookDocumentFilterWithNotebook_notebook) MarshalJSON

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type Or_NotebookDocumentSyncOptions_notebookSelector_Elem

type Or_NotebookDocumentSyncOptions_notebookSelector_Elem struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [NotebookDocumentFilterWithCells NotebookDocumentFilterWithNotebook]

func (Or_NotebookDocumentSyncOptions_notebookSelector_Elem) MarshalJSON

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type Or_RelatedFullDocumentDiagnosticReport_relatedDocuments_Value

type Or_RelatedFullDocumentDiagnosticReport_relatedDocuments_Value struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [FullDocumentDiagnosticReport UnchangedDocumentDiagnosticReport]

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type Or_RelatedUnchangedDocumentDiagnosticReport_relatedDocuments_Value

type Or_RelatedUnchangedDocumentDiagnosticReport_relatedDocuments_Value struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [FullDocumentDiagnosticReport UnchangedDocumentDiagnosticReport]

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type Or_Result_textDocument_codeAction_Item0_Elem

type Or_Result_textDocument_codeAction_Item0_Elem struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [CodeAction Command]

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type Or_Result_textDocument_inlineCompletion

type Or_Result_textDocument_inlineCompletion struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [InlineCompletionList []InlineCompletionItem]

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func (t *Or_Result_textDocument_inlineCompletion) UnmarshalJSON(x []byte) error

type Or_SemanticTokensOptions_full

type Or_SemanticTokensOptions_full struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [SemanticTokensFullDelta bool]

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func (t *Or_SemanticTokensOptions_full) UnmarshalJSON(x []byte) error

type Or_SemanticTokensOptions_range

type Or_SemanticTokensOptions_range struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [PRangeESemanticTokensOptions bool]

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func (t *Or_SemanticTokensOptions_range) UnmarshalJSON(x []byte) error

type Or_ServerCapabilities_callHierarchyProvider

type Or_ServerCapabilities_callHierarchyProvider struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [CallHierarchyOptions CallHierarchyRegistrationOptions bool]

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type Or_ServerCapabilities_codeActionProvider

type Or_ServerCapabilities_codeActionProvider struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [CodeActionOptions bool]

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type Or_ServerCapabilities_colorProvider

type Or_ServerCapabilities_colorProvider struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [DocumentColorOptions DocumentColorRegistrationOptions bool]

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func (t *Or_ServerCapabilities_colorProvider) UnmarshalJSON(x []byte) error

type Or_ServerCapabilities_declarationProvider

type Or_ServerCapabilities_declarationProvider struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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type Or_ServerCapabilities_definitionProvider

type Or_ServerCapabilities_definitionProvider struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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type Or_ServerCapabilities_diagnosticProvider

type Or_ServerCapabilities_diagnosticProvider struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [DiagnosticOptions DiagnosticRegistrationOptions]

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type Or_ServerCapabilities_documentFormattingProvider

type Or_ServerCapabilities_documentFormattingProvider struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [DocumentFormattingOptions bool]

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type Or_ServerCapabilities_documentHighlightProvider

type Or_ServerCapabilities_documentHighlightProvider struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

created for Or [DocumentHighlightOptions bool]

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type Or_ServerCapabilities_documentRangeFormattingProvider

type Or_ServerCapabilities_documentRangeFormattingProvider struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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type Or_ServerCapabilities_documentSymbolProvider

type Or_ServerCapabilities_documentSymbolProvider struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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type Or_ServerCapabilities_foldingRangeProvider

type Or_ServerCapabilities_foldingRangeProvider struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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type Or_ServerCapabilities_hoverProvider

type Or_ServerCapabilities_hoverProvider struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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func (t *Or_ServerCapabilities_hoverProvider) UnmarshalJSON(x []byte) error

type Or_ServerCapabilities_implementationProvider

type Or_ServerCapabilities_implementationProvider struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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type Or_ServerCapabilities_inlayHintProvider

type Or_ServerCapabilities_inlayHintProvider struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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type Or_ServerCapabilities_inlineCompletionProvider

type Or_ServerCapabilities_inlineCompletionProvider struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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type Or_ServerCapabilities_inlineValueProvider

type Or_ServerCapabilities_inlineValueProvider struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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type Or_ServerCapabilities_linkedEditingRangeProvider

type Or_ServerCapabilities_linkedEditingRangeProvider struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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type Or_ServerCapabilities_monikerProvider

type Or_ServerCapabilities_monikerProvider struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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type Or_ServerCapabilities_notebookDocumentSync

type Or_ServerCapabilities_notebookDocumentSync struct {
	Value interface{} `json:"value"`
}

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