LSP stands for Language Server Protocol and is a protocol used by different programming languages to communicate with a language server. It allows developers to interactively debug their program as they are writing it, without the need of restarting or recompiling from scratch each time. The library simplifies debugging tasks that involve working with LSP servers just like Node JS, Python etc., Since Swift has been converted into an open source programming language in September 2015, its adoption among software engineers dramatically increased over the years. However, there’s still no standard way of achieving this task which makes it difficult for developers who’re not familiar with how things work under the hood
The “xcrun error unable to find utility sourcekit-lsp not a developer tool or in path” is an error that can be encountered when using the xcrun command. This library provides a way to work with LSPs.
This Swift library allows you to interface with the Language Server Protocol. It includes type definitions and utilities that may be used in both server-side and client-side applications.
SwiftLSPClient was used to create this project, and it is still used. The underlying protocol processing is combined with a client-level abstraction in this library. The project’s ultimate purpose is to create a comprehensive collection of types for dealing with LSP.
However, since SwiftLSPClient contains so much, a complete transfer will take some time. In the meanwhile, SwiftLSPClient should be considered soft-deprecated. It should not be used in new projects. A Swift library that focuses on higher-level client implementations will be published shortly.
Features that are supported
The LSP specification is extensive, and this library does not yet implement all of it. The goal is to satisfy the 3.x standard while being as backwards-compatible with pre-3.0 servers as feasible.
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