This plugin only provides some of the functionality designated by the language server protocol. This plugin currently enables many of the features supported by Clangd:
All contributions and feedback are appreciated.
In order to make this plugin work effectively, clangd requires information about how your code should be compiled. There are two options: compile_commands.json, or compile_flags.txt.
CMake is currently your best bet for generating a compile_commands.json file.
The command to generate compile_commands.json along with your project looks
something like this:
cmake (SOURCE_DIR) -DCMAKE_EXPORT_COMPILE_COMMANDS=ON
CMake doesn't include header information in the compile_commands.json file. To rectify this, I use a tool called compdb.
Clangd won't see your compile_commands.json file if it's placed in your build directory, so you should either symlink it to your project directory, or have compdb generate its output there.
Another supported solution is to make a compile_flags.txt file and place it in your project directory. Clangd will treat all project files with the same options. A simple compile_flags.txt might look something like this:
-std=c++11 -Iinclude -DMY_DEBUG_FLAG
Good catch. Let us know what about this package looks wrong to you, and we'll investigate right away.