Inmanta Language Server
Inmanta Language server
Provides the bridge between the Inmanta compiler and Visual Studio Code IDE, by implementing a Language Server.
For recent versions of
>=6), the server takes ownership of the Python environment it runs in and installs any
modules and module dependencies in that environment. For older versions of
inmanta-core, a separate compiler venv is used,
which can be configured with the
This is alpha software, it may or may not work
mkvirtualenv -p python3 lstesting
pip install inmantals
install the inmanta extension via marketplace
change config for the extension (ctrl+,)
inmanta.pythonPathto the virtual env you just created
- navigate-to-definition on types
- docstring display on hover
- find references to a symbol (e.g. right-click > Find All References)
- supports working on an Inmanta project or an Inmanta module
Not supported yet
- work with incorrect models (needs to compile, all or nothing)
No module named x
If compilation fails with the message "no module named x" where x is a Python module, you might need to clean up the virtual environments used by the compiler. This issue can be caused by running the compiler from multiple different environments. To clean up the virtual environment, remove the .env directory in the Inmanta project directory as well as the compiler venv specified by the client, if it exists.
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