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Fri, 18 Nov 2022 08:48:54 +0000
Look in the bug tracker: there's someone implementing a better
progress indicator with an implementation that looks very good
from what I've seen so far and uses LSP interfaces.
We can/should try to coalesce the "eglot--spinner" with that.
The only uses of eglot--spinner in eglot.el are:
eglot--mode-line-format, where it is added to the mode line.
eglot--signal-textDocument/didChange, where it is set to (list nil
:textDocument/didChange t), meaning didChange is done. Because this is
set to done, it is not actually displayed in the modeline.
For ada-mode, I'd like to use eglot--spinner to show "indexing"
progress; the server is parsing all the files in the project, collecting
cross reference information, which takes a while. The user needs to know
when it is done; then they can use cross reference commands.
So I'd like to delete setting eglot--spinner in
eglot--signal-textDocument/didChange; otherwise that will overwrite the
indexing progress when a buffer is edited.
This would also imply making eglot--spinner public.
That then raises the issue of future conflicting uses of eglot-spinner.
So perhaps it would be better for ada-mode to add another item to the
mode line? To do that requires a hook in eglot--mode-line-format, so it
is grouped with the other eglot-derived mode line items.
- eglot--spinner, Stephen Leake, 2022/11/18
- Re: eglot--spinner,
João Távora <=