[nvim] [WIP] feat: luasnip

snippets require refinement
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David JULIEN 10 months ago
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Signed by: swytch
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      .config/nvim/lua/plugin/luasnip.lua
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-- Author : swytch
-- Created : Friday Nov. 19, 2021 23:27:24 CET
-- License : GPLv3
-- Description : luasnip config file
local ls = require("luasnip")
-- some shorthands...
local s = ls.snippet
local sn = ls.snippet_node
local t = ls.text_node
local i = ls.insert_node
local f = ls.function_node
local c = ls.choice_node
local d = ls.dynamic_node
local l = require("luasnip.extras").lambda
local r = require("luasnip.extras").rep
local p = require("luasnip.extras").partial
local m = require("luasnip.extras").match
local n = require("luasnip.extras").nonempty
local dl = require("luasnip.extras").dynamic_lambda
local fmt = require("luasnip.extras.fmt").fmt
local fmta = require("luasnip.extras.fmt").fmta
local types = require("luasnip.util.types")
local conds = require("luasnip.extras.expand_conditions")
-- Every unspecified option will be set to the default.
ls.config.set_config({
history = true,
-- Update more often, :h events for more info.
updateevents = "TextChanged,TextChangedI",
ext_opts = {
[types.choiceNode] = {
active = {
virt_text = { { "choiceNode", "Comment" } },
},
},
},
-- treesitter-hl has 100, use something higher (default is 200).
ext_base_prio = 200,
-- minimal increase in priority.
ext_prio_increase = 1,
enable_autosnippets = true,
})
-- args is a table, where 1 is the text in Placeholder 1, 2 the text in
-- placeholder 2,...
local function copy(args)
return args[1]
end
-- 'recursive' dynamic snippet. Expands to some text followed by itself.
local rec_ls
rec_ls = function()
return sn(
nil,
c(1, {
-- Order is important, sn(...) first would cause infinite loop of expansion.
t(""),
sn(nil, { t({ "", "", "\t\\item " }), i(1), d(2, rec_ls, {}) }),
})
)
end
-- complicated function for dynamicNode.
local function jdocsnip(args, _, old_state)
local nodes = {
t({ "/**", " * " }),
i(1, "A short Description"),
t({ "", "" }),
}
-- These will be merged with the snippet; that way, should the snippet be updated,
-- some user input eg. text can be referred to in the new snippet.
local param_nodes = {}
if old_state then
nodes[2] = i(1, old_state.descr:get_text())
end
param_nodes.descr = nodes[2]
-- At least one param.
if string.find(args[2][1], ", ") then
vim.list_extend(nodes, { t({ " * ", "" }) })
end
local insert = 2
for indx, arg in ipairs(vim.split(args[2][1], ", ", true)) do
-- Get actual name parameter.
arg = vim.split(arg, " ", true)[2]
if arg then
local inode
-- if there was some text in this parameter, use it as static_text for this new snippet.
if old_state and old_state[arg] then
inode = i(insert, old_state["arg" .. arg]:get_text())
else
inode = i(insert)
end
vim.list_extend(
nodes,
{ t({ " * @param " .. arg .. " " }), inode, t({ "", "" }) }
)
param_nodes["arg" .. arg] = inode
insert = insert + 1
end
end
if args[1][1] ~= "void" then
local inode
if old_state and old_state.ret then
inode = i(insert, old_state.ret:get_text())
else
inode = i(insert)
end
vim.list_extend(
nodes,
{ t({ " * ", " * @return " }), inode, t({ "", "" }) }
)
param_nodes.ret = inode
insert = insert + 1
end
if vim.tbl_count(args[3]) ~= 1 then
local exc = string.gsub(args[3][2], " throws ", "")
local ins
if old_state and old_state.ex then
ins = i(insert, old_state.ex:get_text())
else
ins = i(insert)
end
vim.list_extend(
nodes,
{ t({ " * ", " * @throws " .. exc .. " " }), ins, t({ "", "" }) }
)
param_nodes.ex = ins
insert = insert + 1
end
vim.list_extend(nodes, { t({ " */" }) })
local snip = sn(nil, nodes)
-- Error on attempting overwrite.
snip.old_state = param_nodes
return snip
end
-- Make sure to not pass an invalid command, as io.popen() may write over nvim-text.
local function bash(_, _, command)
local file = io.popen(command, "r")
local res = {}
for line in file:lines() do
table.insert(res, line)
end
return res
end
-- Returns a snippet_node wrapped around an insert_node whose initial
-- text value is set to the current date in the desired format.
local date_input = function(args, state, fmt)
local fmt = fmt or "%Y-%m-%d"
return sn(nil, i(1, os.date(fmt)))
end
ls.snippets = {
-- When trying to expand a snippet, luasnip first searches the tables for
-- each filetype specified in 'filetype' followed by 'all'.
-- If ie. the filetype is 'lua.c'
-- - luasnip.lua
-- - luasnip.c
-- - luasnip.all
-- are searched in that order.
all = {
-- trigger is fn.
s("fn", {
-- Simple static text.
t("//Parameters: "),
-- function, first parameter is the function, second the Placeholders
-- whose text it gets as input.
f(copy, 2),
t({ "", "function " }),
-- Placeholder/Insert.
i(1),
t("("),
-- Placeholder with initial text.
i(2, "int foo"),
-- Linebreak
t({ ") {", "\t" }),
-- Last Placeholder, exit Point of the snippet. EVERY 'outer' SNIPPET NEEDS Placeholder 0.
i(0),
t({ "", "}" }),
}),
s("class", {
-- Choice: Switch between two different Nodes, first parameter is its position, second a list of nodes.
c(1, {
t("public "),
t("private "),
}),
t("class "),
i(2),
t(" "),
c(3, {
t("{"),
-- sn: Nested Snippet. Instead of a trigger, it has a position, just like insert-nodes. !!! These don't expect a 0-node!!!!
-- Inside Choices, Nodes don't need a position as the choice node is the one being jumped to.
sn(nil, {
t("extends "),
i(1),
t(" {"),
}),
sn(nil, {
t("implements "),
i(1),
t(" {"),
}),
}),
t({ "", "\t" }),
i(0),
t({ "", "}" }),
}),
-- Use a dynamic_node to interpolate the output of a
-- function (see date_input above) into the initial
-- value of an insert_node.
s("novel", {
t("It was a dark and stormy night on "),
d(1, date_input, {}, "%A, %B %d of %Y"),
t(" and the clocks were striking thirteen."),
}),
-- Parsing snippets: First parameter: Snippet-Trigger, Second: Snippet body.
-- Placeholders are parsed into choices with 1. the placeholder text(as a snippet) and 2. an empty string.
-- This means they are not SELECTed like in other editors/Snippet engines.
ls.parser.parse_snippet(
"lspsyn",
"Wow! This ${1:Stuff} really ${2:works. ${3:Well, a bit.}}"
),
-- When wordTrig is set to false, snippets may also expand inside other words.
ls.parser.parse_snippet(
{ trig = "te", wordTrig = false },
"${1:cond} ? ${2:true} : ${3:false}"
),
-- When regTrig is set, trig is treated like a pattern, this snippet will expand after any number.
ls.parser.parse_snippet({ trig = "%d", regTrig = true }, "A Number!!"),
-- Using the condition, it's possible to allow expansion only in specific cases.
s("cond", {
t("will only expand in c-style comments"),
}, {
condition = function(line_to_cursor, matched_trigger, captures)
-- optional whitespace followed by //
return line_to_cursor:match("%s*//")
end,
}),
-- there's some built-in conditions in "luasnip.extras.expand_conditions".
s("cond2", {
t("will only expand at the beginning of the line"),
}, {
condition = conds.line_begin,
}),
-- The last entry of args passed to the user-function is the surrounding snippet.
s(
{ trig = "a%d", regTrig = true },
f(function(_, snip)
return "Triggered with " .. snip.trigger .. "."
end, {})
),
-- It's possible to use capture-groups inside regex-triggers.
s(
{ trig = "b(%d)", regTrig = true },
f(function(_, snip)
return "Captured Text: " .. snip.captures[1] .. "."
end, {})
),
s({ trig = "c(%d+)", regTrig = true }, {
t("will only expand for even numbers"),
}, {
condition = function(line_to_cursor, matched_trigger, captures)
return tonumber(captures[1]) % 2 == 0
end,
}),
-- Use a function to execute any shell command and print its text.
s("bash", f(bash, {}, "ls")),
-- Short version for applying String transformations using function nodes.
s("transform", {
i(1, "initial text"),
t({ "", "" }),
-- lambda nodes accept an l._1,2,3,4,5, which in turn accept any string transformations.
-- This list will be applied in order to the first node given in the second argument.
l(l._1:match("[^i]*$"):gsub("i", "o"):gsub(" ", "_"):upper(), 1),
}),
s("transform2", {
i(1, "initial text"),
t("::"),
i(2, "replacement for e"),
t({ "", "" }),
-- Lambdas can also apply transforms USING the text of other nodes:
l(l._1:gsub("e", l._2), { 1, 2 }),
}),
s({ trig = "trafo(%d+)", regTrig = true }, {
-- env-variables and captures can also be used:
l(l.CAPTURE1:gsub("1", l.TM_FILENAME), {}),
}),
-- Set store_selection_keys = "<Tab>" (for example) in your
-- luasnip.config.setup() call to access TM_SELECTED_TEXT. In
-- this case, select a URL, hit Tab, then expand this snippet.
s("link_url", {
t('<a href="'),
f(function(_, snip)
return snip.env.TM_SELECTED_TEXT[1] or {}
end, {}),
t('">'),
i(1),
t("</a>"),
i(0),
}),
-- Shorthand for repeating the text in a given node.
s("repeat", { i(1, "text"), t({ "", "" }), r(1) }),
-- Directly insert the ouput from a function evaluated at runtime.
s("part", p(os.date, "%Y")),
-- use matchNodes to insert text based on a pattern/function/lambda-evaluation.
s("mat", {
i(1, { "sample_text" }),
t(": "),
m(1, "%d", "contains a number", "no number :("),
}),
-- The inserted text defaults to the first capture group/the entire
-- match if there are none
s("mat2", {
i(1, { "sample_text" }),
t(": "),
m(1, "[abc][abc][abc]"),
}),
-- It is even possible to apply gsubs' or other transformations
-- before matching.
s("mat3", {
i(1, { "sample_text" }),
t(": "),
m(
1,
l._1:gsub("[123]", ""):match("%d"),
"contains a number that isn't 1, 2 or 3!"
),
}),
-- `match` also accepts a function, which in turn accepts a string
-- (text in node, \n-concatted) and returns any non-nil value to match.
-- If that value is a string, it is used for the default-inserted text.
s("mat4", {
i(1, { "sample_text" }),
t(": "),
m(1, function(text)
return (#text % 2 == 0 and text) or nil
end),
}),
-- The nonempty-node inserts text depending on whether the arg-node is
-- empty.
s("nempty", {
i(1, "sample_text"),
n(1, "i(1) is not empty!"),
}),
-- dynamic lambdas work exactly like regular lambdas, except that they
-- don't return a textNode, but a dynamicNode containing one insertNode.
-- This makes it easier to dynamically set preset-text for insertNodes.
s("dl1", {
i(1, "sample_text"),
t({ ":", "" }),
dl(2, l._1, 1),
}),
-- Obviously, it's also possible to apply transformations, just like lambdas.
s("dl2", {
i(1, "sample_text"),
i(2, "sample_text_2"),
t({ "", "" }),
dl(3, l._1:gsub("\n", " linebreak ") .. l._2, { 1, 2 }),
}),
-- Alternative printf-like notation for defining snippets. It uses format
-- string with placeholders similar to the ones used with Python's .format().
s(
"fmt1",
fmt("To {title} {} {}.", {
i(2, "Name"),
i(3, "Surname"),
title = c(1, { t("Mr."), t("Ms.") }),
})
),
-- To escape delimiters use double them, e.g. `{}` -> `{{}}`.
-- Multi-line format strings by default have empty first/last line removed.
-- Indent common to all lines is also removed. Use the third `opts` argument
-- to control this behaviour.
s(
"fmt2",
fmt(
[[
foo({1}, {3}) {{
return {2} * {4}
}}
]],
{
i(1, "x"),
r(1),
i(2, "y"),
r(2),
}
)
),
-- Empty placeholders are numbered automatically starting from 1 or the last
-- value of a numbered placeholder. Named placeholders do not affect numbering.
s(
"fmt3",
fmt("{} {a} {} {1} {}", {
t("1"),
t("2"),
a = t("A"),
})
),
-- The delimiters can be changed from the default `{}` to something else.
s(
"fmt4",
fmt("foo() { return []; }", i(1, "x"), { delimiters = "[]" })
),
-- `fmta` is a convenient wrapper that uses `<>` instead of `{}`.
s("fmt5", fmta("foo() { return <>; }", i(1, "x"))),
-- By default all args must be used. Use strict=false to disable the check
s(
"fmt6",
fmt("use {} only", { t("this"), t("not this") }, { strict = false })
),
},
tex = {
-- rec_ls is self-referencing. That makes this snippet 'infinite' eg. have as many
-- \item as necessary by utilizing a choiceNode.
s("ls", {
t({ "\\begin{itemize}", "\t\\item " }),
i(1),
t({ "" }),
d(2, rec_ls, {}),
t({ "", "\\end{itemize}" }),
}),
s("frm", {
t({ "\\begin{" }),
i(1),
t({ "}[" }),
i(2),
t({ "]{" }),
f(copy, 1),
t({ ":" }),
i(3, "foo"),
t({ "}", "\t" }),
i(0),
t({ "", "\\end{" }),
f(copy, 1),
t({ "}" }),
}),
s("rmk", {
t({ "\\begin{rmk}" }),
t({ "", "\t" }),
i(1),
t({ "", "\\end{" }),
i(0),
}),
},
}
-- autotriggered snippets have to be defined in a separate table, luasnip.autosnippets.
ls.autosnippets = {
all = {
s("autotrigger", {
t("autosnippet"),
}),
},
}
-- in a lua file: search lua-, then c-, then all-snippets.
ls.filetype_extend("lua", { "c" })
-- in a cpp file: search c-snippets, then all-snippets only (no cpp-snippets!!).
ls.filetype_set("cpp", { "c" })
--[[
-- Beside defining your own snippets you can also load snippets from "vscode-like" packages
-- that expose snippets in json files, for example <https://github.com/rafamadriz/friendly-snippets>.
-- Mind that this will extend `ls.snippets` so you need to do it after your own snippets or you
-- will need to extend the table yourself instead of setting a new one.
]]
require("luasnip/loaders/from_vscode").load({ include = { "python" } }) -- Load only python snippets
-- The directories will have to be structured like eg. <https://github.com/rafamadriz/friendly-snippets> (include
-- a similar `package.json`)
require("luasnip/loaders/from_vscode").load({ paths = { "./my-snippets" } }) -- Load snippets from my-snippets folder
-- You can also use lazy loading so you only get in memory snippets of languages you use
require("luasnip/loaders/from_vscode").lazy_load() -- You can pass { paths = "./my-snippets/"} as well

@ -68,14 +68,18 @@ return require("packer").startup(function()
use {
"hrsh7th/nvim-cmp",
requires = {
"L3MON4D3/LuaSnip",
{
"L3MON4D3/LuaSnip",
config = function() require("plugin.luasnip") end
},
"saadparwaiz1/cmp_luasnip",
"hrsh7th/cmp-nvim-lsp",
"hrsh7th/cmp-nvim-lua",
"hrsh7th/cmp-buffer",
"hrsh7th/cmp-path",
"hrsh7th/cmp-calc",
"ray-x/cmp-treesitter",
"f3fora/cmp-spell"
"f3fora/cmp-spell",
},
config = function() require("plugin.cmp") end
}

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