Langauge Server Protocol for PHP (transpiled)
This package transpiles the
vscode-language-server-protocol library to PHP,
providing the protocol classes required to create Language Server
Most (if not all) of the upstream Typescript types have no constructors, therefore the argument order of the constructors can change on every release.
It is therefore strongly recommended to use named arguments.
Generating the code:
npm run generate: Build and transpile
npm run watch: Watch and compile on Typescript changes.
Running the PHP tests:
This library will use the type information form typescript to generate
fromArray static constructors for each type:
$item = CompletionItem::fromArray([ 'label' => 'Foobar', 'kind' => 1, 'detail' => 'This is foobar', 'documentation' => [ 'kind' => 'markdown', 'value' => 'Foobar', ], 'additionalTextEdits' => [ [ 'range' => [ 'start' => [ 'line' => 5, 'character' => 10, ], 'end' => [ 'line' => 10, 'character' => 10, ], ], 'newText' => 'Foobar', ], ], 'command' => [ 'title' => 'Foobar', 'command' => 'my.command', ], ]);
Will return a fully hydrated completion item with concrete sub-types.
NOTE: that when deserializing from a language server client request, it is
probably a good idea to ignore additional parameters (the second argument to
fromArray). This is because it is perfectly valid to pass unknown properties
to some of the LSP objects.
Properties in classes are public to enable JSON serialization. Call
json_encode($lspObject) to get the valid LSP JSON object.
This package is open source and welcomes contributions! Feel free to open a pull request on this repository.