Language Server Protocol (LSP for friends) is used in a number of code editors these days. There are implementations for various languages, but none for Salt States.

The idea is to leverage Salt state module to parse edited files to provide completion of the state ids or paths.

Blog post about the state after HackWeek 20: bosdonnat.fr/hackweek-lsp.html

Source code on GitHub

Looking for hackers with the skills:

salt saltstack language-server-protocol vim emacs vscode python

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Hack Week 20

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    • cbosdonnat
      about 2 months ago by cbosdonnat | Reply

      baredoc module may also be helpful

    • agraul
      about 2 months ago by agraul | Reply

      The discussion at https://github.com/glynnforrest/salt-mode/issues/17 (which is about adding auto-completion to Emacs' Salt plugin) has some interesting ideas and also mentions the rather new baredoc module.

    • pagarcia
      about 2 months ago by pagarcia | Reply

      Lovely. You should get in touch with Dan Cermak.

      Also, are you aware of this? VS Code SaltStack Extension Pack

      • cbosdonnat
        about 1 month ago by cbosdonnat | Reply

        Yes, I'm aware of this extension pack, but FWICT it doesn't offer real completely based on state ids for instance

    • dancermak
      about 2 months ago by dancermak | Reply

      Given that salt is written in Python, I would suggest to look into pygls.

      • cbosdonnat
        about 1 month ago by cbosdonnat | Reply

        You made my day! now it seems a more accessible idea :)

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