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Re: [cdt-dev] How far the CDT now from providing LSP and DAP support?

Hello Alexander,

The DAP part is covered by Bug 542488 for the CDT plug-ins change, the main dependencies are the cdt-gdb-adapter debug server (integrated in org.eclipse.cdt.debug.dap plug-in in the debug-servers directory - there is a JTAG specialized version too) and LSP4E's debug plug-ins that provide the basis for CDT's implementation.

For LSP the plug-ins are in the lsp directory. There are a number of examples in other projects (e.g. WildWebDeveloper and Linuxtools) on integrating LSP into Eclipse Plug-ins that CDT can be lead by. The LSP4E project is the key to this and much of the work is there. Unlike the other project mentioned, CDT has existing editor while the others use the generic editor. There is a component for CDT's LSP work. See this bugzilla query.

I hope that helps to get you started,

Jonah Graham
Kichwa Coders

On Wed, 18 Dec 2019 at 11:37, Alexander Fedorov <alexander.fedorov@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I'm looking for the information regarding the subject to understand the
state we have ATM.
Any materials, bugzilla records or references to the CDT sources will be

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