Ⅰ. 插件描述

A vim plugin for communicating with a language server

Ⅱ. 基本信息

创建日期:  2016-11-12
使用用户:  99
Github星:  413
插件作者:  Nate Bosch

Ⅲ. 安装方法


Plugin 'natebosch/vim-lsc'
… 然后在Vim中运行以下命令:
:source %

对于Vundle版本 < 0.10.2,请用上面的Bundle替换Plugin。


NeoBundle 'natebosch/vim-lsc'
… 然后在Vim中运行以下命令:
:source %


Plug 'natebosch/vim-lsc'
… 然后在Vim中运行以下命令:
:source %


cd ~/.vim/bundle
git clone

Ⅳ. 文档说明

# Vim Language Server Client

Adds language-aware tooling to vim by communicating with a language server
following the [language server protocol][]. For more information see

This client has not been tested against a wide range of servers so there may be
protocol bugs.


Install with your plugin management method of choice. If you don't have a
preference check out [vim-plug][]. Install a language server and ensure it is
executable from your $PATH.

vim-lsc is compatible with vim 8, and neovim.

Note: When using neovim be sure to use set shortmess-=F to avoid suppressing
error messages from this plugin.


Map a filetype to the command that starts the language server for that filetype
in your vimrc.

let g:lsc_server_commands = {'dart': 'dart_language_server'}

To disable autocomplete in favor of manual completion also add

let g:lsc_enable_autocomplete = v:false

Most interactive features are triggered by commands. You can use
g:lsc_auto_map to have them automatically mapped for the buffers which have a
language server enabled. You can use the default mappings by setting it to
v:true, or specify your own mappings in a dict.

Most keys take strings or lists of strings which are the keys bound to that
command in normal mode. The 'ShowHover' key can also be v:true in which case
it sets keywordprg instead of a keybind (keywordprg maps K). The
'Completion' key sets a completion function for manual invocation, and should be
either 'completefunc' or 'omnifunc' (see :help complete-functions).

" Use all the defaults (recommended):
let g:lsc_auto_map = v:true

" Apply the defaults with a few overrides:
let g:lsc_auto_map = {'defaults': v:true, 'FindReferences': '<leader>r'}

" Setting a value to a blank string leaves that command unmapped:
let g:lsc_auto_map = {'defaults': v:true, 'FindImplementations': ''}

" ... or set only the commands you want mapped without defaults.
" Complete default mappings are:
let g:lsc_auto_map = {
    \ 'GoToDefinition': '<C-]>',
    \ 'GoToDefinitionSplit': ['<C-W>]', '<C-W><C-]>'],
    \ 'FindReferences': 'gr',
    \ 'NextReference': '<C-n>',
    \ 'PreviousReference': '<C-p>',
    \ 'FindImplementations': 'gI',
    \ 'FindCodeActions': 'ga',
    \ 'Rename': 'gR',
    \ 'ShowHover': v:true,
    \ 'DocumentSymbol': 'go',
    \ 'WorkspaceSymbol': 'gS',
    \ 'SignatureHelp': 'gm',
    \ 'Completion': 'completefunc',

During the initialization call LSP supports a trace argument which configures
logging on the server. Set this with g:lsc_trace_level. Valid values are
'off', 'messages', or 'verbose'. Defaults to 'off'.


The protocol does not require that every language server supports every feature
so support may vary.

All communication with the server is asynchronous and will not block the editor.
For requests that trigger an action the response might be silently ignored if it
can no longer be used - you can abort most operations that are too slow by
moving the cursor.

The client can be temporarily disabled for a session with LSClientDisable and
re-enabled with LSClientEnable. At any time the server can be exited and
restarted with LSClientRestartServer - this sends a request for the server to
exit rather than kill it's process so a completely unresponsive server should be
killed manually instead.


Errors, warnings, and hints reported by the server are highlighted in the buffer.
When the cursor is on a line with a diagnostic the message will be displayed. If
there are multiple diagnostics on a line the one closest to the cursor will be

Diagnostics are also reported in the location list for each window which has the
buffer open.

Run :LSClientAllDiagnostics to populate, and maintain, a list of all
diagnostics across the project in the quickfix list.


When more than 3 word characters or a trigger character are typed a request for
autocomplete suggestions is sent to the server. If the server responds before
the cursor moves again the options will be provided using vim's built in

Note: By default completeopt includes preview and completion items include
documentation in the preview window. Close the window after completion with
<c-w><c-z> or disable with set completeopt-=preview. To automatically close
the documentation window use the following:

autocmd CompleteDone * silent! pclose

Disable autocomplete with let g:lsc_enable_autocomplete = v:false. A
completion function is available at lsc#complete#complete (set to
completefunc if applying the default keymap). This is synchronous and has a
cap of 5 seconds to wait for the server to respond. It can be used whether
autocomplete is enabled or not.

Reference Highlights

If the server supports the textDocument/documentHighlight call references to
the element under the cursor throughout the document will be highlighted.
Disable with let g:lsc_reference_highlights = v:false or customize the
highlighting with the group lscReference. Use <c-n>
(:LSClientNextReference) or <c-p> (:LSClientPReviousReference) to jump to
other reference to the currently highlighted element.

Jump to definition

While the cursor is on any identifier call LSClientGoToDefinition (<C-]> if
using the default mappings) to jump to the location of the definition. If the
cursor moves before the server responds the response will be ignored.

Find references

While the cursor is on any identifier call LSClientFindReferences (gr if
using the default mappings) to populate the quickfix list with usage locations.

Find implementations

While the cursor is on any identifier call LSClientFindImplementations (gI
if using the default mappings) to populate the quickfix list with implementation

Document Symbols

Call LSClientDocumentSymbol (go if using the default mappings) to populate
the quickfix list with the locations of all symbols in that document.

Workspace Symbol Search

Call LSClientWorkspaceSymbol with a no arguments, or with a single String

  1. (gS if using the default mappings) to query the server for symbols
  2. a search string. Results will populate the quickfix list.


While the cursor is on any identifier call LSClientShowHover (K if using the
default mappings, bound through keywordprg) to request hover text and show it
in a popup or preview window.
Override the direction of the split by setting g:lsc_preview_split_direction
to either 'below' or 'above'. Quickly close the preview without switching
buffers with <c-w><c-z>. See :help preview-window.

Code Actions

Call LSClientFindCodeActions (ga if using the default mappings) to look for
code actions available at the cursor location and run one by entering the number
of the chosen action.

Signature help

Call LSClientSignatureHelp (gm if using the default mappings) to get help while writing
a function call. The currently active parameter is highlighted with the group

Integrations with other plugins