Revision history for Perl-LanguageServer 2.3.0 26.09.2021 - Arguments section in Variable lists now @ARGV and @_ during debugging (#105) - @_ is now correctly evaluated inside of debugger console - $#foo is now correctly evaluated inside of debugger console - Default debug configuration is now automatically provided without the need to create a launch.json first (#103) - Add Option cacheDir to specify location of cache dir (#113) - Fix: Debugger outputted invalid thread reference causes "no such coroutine" message, so watchs and code from the debug console is not expanded properly - Fix: LanguageServer hangs when multiple request send at once from VSCode to LanguageServer - Fix: cwd parameter for debugger in launch.json had no effect (#99) - Fix: Correctly handle paths with drive letters on windows - Fix: sshArgs parameter was not declared as array (#109) - Disable syntax check on windows, because it blocks the whole process when running on windows, until handling of childs processes is fixed - Fixed spelling (#86,#96,#101) [chrstphrchvz,davorg,aluaces] 2.2.0 21.02.2021 - Parser now supports Moose method modifieres before, after and around, so they can be used in symbol view and within reference search - Support Format Document and Format Selection via perltidy - Add logFile config option - Add perlArgs config option to pass options to Perl interpreter. Add some documentation for config options. - Add disableCache config option to make LanguageServer usable with readonly directories. - updated dependencies package.json & package-lock.json - Fix deep recursion in SymbolView/Parser which was caused by function prototypes. Solves also #65 - Fix duplicate req id's that caused cleanup of still running threads which in turn caused the LanguageServer to hang - Prevent dereferencing an undefined value (#63) [Heiko Jansen] - Fix datatype of cwd config options (#47) - Use perlInc setting also for LanguageServer itself (based only pull request #54 from ALANVF) - Catch Exceptions during display of variables inside debugger - Fix detecting duplicate LanguageServer processes - Fix spelling in documentation (#56) [Christopher Chavez] - Remove notice about Compiler::Lexer 0.22 bugs (#55) [Christopher Chavez] - README: Typo and grammar fixes. Add Carton lib path instructions. (#40) [szTheory] - README: Markdown code block formatting (#42) [szTheory] - Makefile.PL: add META_MERGE with GitHub info (#32) [Christopher Chavez] - search.cpan.org retired, replace with metacpan.org (#31) [Christopher Chavez] 2.1.0 27.06.2020 - Improve Symbol Parser (fix parsing of anonymous subs) - showLocalSymbols - function names in breadcrump - Signature Help for function/method arguments - Add Presentation on Perl Workshop 2020 to repos - Remove Compiler::Lexer from distribution since version is available on CPAN - Make stdout unbuffered while debugging - Make debugger use perlInc setting - Fix fileFilter setting - Sort Arrays numerically in variables view of debugger - Use rootUri if workspaceFolders not given - Fix env config setting - Recongnice changes in config of perlCmd 2.0.2 22.01.2020 - Fix handling of multiple parallel request - Improve symlink handling - Add support for UNC paths in path mapping - Improve logging for logLevel = 1 2.0.1 14.01.2020 - Added support for reloading Perl module while debugging - Make log level configurable - Make sure debugging tooltips don't call functions - Reparse cached symbols in case cache is broken 2.0 01.01.2020 - Added Perl debugger 0.9 03.05.2019 - Fix issue with selecting text for find definition or find reference, when the symbol is selected - Fix issue for Perl module that print to stdout during syntax check - Include Compiler::Lexer from github to ease installation 0.03 08.09.2018 - Fix issue with not reading enough from stdin, which caused LanguageServer to hang sometimes 0.02 21.07.2018 - Only check syntax if there are no changes for 1.5 sec - Improve symbol parser - Fix concurrency issues - Other small improvements - Add support for adding workspace folders 0.01 13.07.2018 First version, released on an unsuspecting world.