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Re: [cdt-dev] questions about LSP for CDT + indexer help
  • From: Nathan Ridge <zeratul976@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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  • Thread-topic: questions about LSP for CDT + indexer help

Hi Tony,

>  *   Will Eclipse CDT be moving towards LSP as a default provider, especially for C/C++? Or will they continue with what they have?

I think moving towards LSP would be a good direction. Whether it happens will depend on whether there are people with the time and motivation to do the work involved.

I mentored a GSoC project about CDT/LSP integration last summer, and we made some progress, but unfortunately I'm not in a position to spend more time on it in the immediate future.

>  *   Where is the best description of how the indexer actually works, under the hood? 

There is a small amount of documentation here:

> Or, who is the best person to query?

I have some familiarity with the indexer. I'm not at EclipseCon, but I'm happy to try to answer questions over email.


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