|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|Eglot||1,926||2 days ago||77||gpl-3.0||Emacs Lisp|
|A client for Language Server Protocol servers|
|Makes eslint the fastest linter on the planet|
|Meghanada Emacs||610||10 days ago||26||gpl-3.0||Emacs Lisp|
|A Better Java Development Environment for Emacs|
|A Chromium "clone" of It's All Text for spawning an editor to edit text areas in browsers. Based on David Hilley's original Chromium extension.|
|Elnode||466||4 years ago||22||gpl-3.0||Emacs Lisp|
|evented io webserver right inside your emacs.|
|Intellij Lsp Server||307||4 years ago||24||other||Kotlin|
|Exposes IntelliJ IDEA features through the Language Server Protocol.|
|Nox||211||a year ago||5||Emacs Lisp|
|Nox is a lightweight, high-performance LSP client for Emacs|
|Lsp Haskell||210||5 months ago||16||gpl-3.0||Emacs Lisp|
|lsp-mode :heart: haskell|
|Scion||180||10 years ago||3||January 26, 2015||13||other||Haskell|
|OLD, DEPRECATED: Use this instead https://github.com/haskell/haskell-ide-engine|
|Emacs Web Server||142||2 years ago||2||gpl-3.0||Emacs Lisp|
|web server running Emacs Lisp handlers.|
An Emacs Lisp library for interacting with a Haskell language server such as
haskell-language-server using Microsoft's Language Server Protocol.
The library acts as a client for
This main functionality of
If you would like to know about how LSP functionality is provided in Emacs and how to use it, please consult
If you would like to know about the LSP functionality which is provided by the Haskell language server, please consult
lsp-mode installation instructions.
Do not skip this!
It has important information.
lsp-mode automatically requires the
lsp-haskell package , so you do not need to
lsp-haskell unless you like being explicit.
lsp-haskell automatically requires the
haskell-mode package, so you do not need to
You will need to set some hooks to ensure that
lsp-mode is triggered when the
haskell-mode major mode is entered.
(add-hook 'haskell-mode-hook #'lsp) (add-hook 'haskell-literate-mode-hook #'lsp)
HLS has some configuration you can modify using either the
lsp customization groups:
(customize-group 'lsp-haskell) ; or (customize-group 'lsp)
If you want to modify some configuration that this project doesn't support yet you can customize things explicitly yourself using
lsp--set-configuration. For example:
(add-hook 'lsp-after-initialize-hook '(lambda () (lsp--set-configuration '(:haskell (:plugin (:tactics (:config (:timeout_duration 5))))) )))
Follow the instructions on the
haskell-language-server repositories to install the server binaries.
If you have installed the binaries to a location that is not on your
PATH, or you are not using the
haskell-language-server-wrapper, then you will need to customize the
lsp-haskell-server-path variable to point to the executable you want to launch.
lsp-haskell provides a few options for for setting the server executable and arguments, and numerous settings for configuring the server itself (
hlint, choice of formatting provider, etc.).
Note that server configuration settings will currently not be applied until the server is restarted.
lsp-haskell is just the glue between
If you have an issue with Emacs, it is probably a
If you have an issue with the Haskell functionality itself, it is probably a
If you have an issue specifically with how the two are joined together, then it belongs here!
If you're not sure what the problem is, the
haskell-language-server README provides some troubleshooting instructions.