folke/trouble.nvim

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CREATED

2021-04-21

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packer

require('packer').startup(function()
  use 'folke/trouble.nvim'
end)

paq

require "paq" { 
  'folke/trouble.nvim'
}

🚦 Trouble

A pretty list for showing diagnostics, references, telescope results, quickfix and location lists to help you solve all the trouble your code is causing.

LSP Trouble Screenshot

✨ Features

  • pretty list of:
    • LSP Diagnostics
    • LSP references
    • LSP implementations
    • LSP definitions
    • quickfix list
    • location list
    • Telescope search results
  • automatically updates on new diagnostics
  • toggle diagnostics mode between workspace or document
  • interactive preview in your last accessed window
  • cancel preview or jump to the location
  • configurable actions, signs, highlights,...

⚡️ Requirements

  • Neovim >= 0.5.0
  • Properly configured Neovim LSP client
  • nvim-web-devicons is optional to enable file icons
  • a theme with properly configured highlight groups for Neovim LSP Diagnostics
  • or install 🌈 lsp-colors to automatically create the missing highlight groups
  • a patched font for the default severity and fold icons

📦 Installation

Install the plugin with your preferred package manager:

vim-plug

" Vim Script
Plug 'kyazdani42/nvim-web-devicons'
Plug 'folke/trouble.nvim'

lua << EOF
  require("trouble").setup {
    -- your configuration comes here
    -- or leave it empty to use the default settings
    -- refer to the configuration section below
  }
EOF

packer

-- Lua
use {
  "folke/trouble.nvim",
  requires = "kyazdani42/nvim-web-devicons",
  config = function()
    require("trouble").setup {
      -- your configuration comes here
      -- or leave it empty to use the default settings
      -- refer to the configuration section below
    }
  end
}

⚙️ Configuration

Setup

Trouble comes with the following defaults:

{
    position = "bottom", -- position of the list can be: bottom, top, left, right
    height = 10, -- height of the trouble list when position is top or bottom
    width = 50, -- width of the list when position is left or right
    icons = true, -- use devicons for filenames
    mode = "lsp_workspace_diagnostics", -- "lsp_workspace_diagnostics", "lsp_document_diagnostics", "quickfix", "lsp_references", "loclist"
    fold_open = "", -- icon used for open folds
    fold_closed = "", -- icon used for closed folds
    action_keys = { -- key mappings for actions in the trouble list
        -- map to {} to remove a mapping, for example:
        -- close = {},
        close = "q", -- close the list
        cancel = "<esc>", -- cancel the preview and get back to your last window / buffer / cursor
        refresh = "r", -- manually refresh
        jump = {"<cr>", "<tab>"}, -- jump to the diagnostic or open / close folds
        open_split = { "<c-x>" }, -- open buffer in new split
        open_vsplit = { "<c-v>" }, -- open buffer in new vsplit
        open_tab = { "<c-t>" }, -- open buffer in new tab
        jump_close = {"o"}, -- jump to the diagnostic and close the list
        toggle_mode = "m", -- toggle between "workspace" and "document" diagnostics mode
        toggle_preview = "P", -- toggle auto_preview
        hover = "K", -- opens a small popup with the full multiline message
        preview = "p", -- preview the diagnostic location
        close_folds = {"zM", "zm"}, -- close all folds
        open_folds = {"zR", "zr"}, -- open all folds
        toggle_fold = {"zA", "za"}, -- toggle fold of current file
        previous = "k", -- preview item
        next = "j" -- next item
    },
    indent_lines = true, -- add an indent guide below the fold icons
    auto_open = false, -- automatically open the list when you have diagnostics
    auto_close = false, -- automatically close the list when you have no diagnostics
    auto_preview = true, -- automatically preview the location of the diagnostic. <esc> to close preview and go back to last window
    auto_fold = false, -- automatically fold a file trouble list at creation
    signs = {
        -- icons / text used for a diagnostic
        error = "",
        warning = "",
        hint = "ï µ",
        information = "",
        other = "ï« "
    },
    use_lsp_diagnostic_signs = false -- enabling this will use the signs defined in your lsp client
}

💡 if you don't want to use icons or a patched font, you can use the settings below

-- settings without a patched font or icons
{
    fold_open = "v", -- icon used for open folds
    fold_closed = ">", -- icon used for closed folds
    indent_lines = false, -- add an indent guide below the fold icons
    signs = {
        -- icons / text used for a diagnostic
        error = "error",
        warning = "warn",
        hint = "hint",
        information = "info"
    },
    use_lsp_diagnostic_signs = false -- enabling this will use the signs defined in your lsp client
}

🚀 Usage

Commands

Trouble comes with the following commands:

  • Trouble [mode]: open the list
  • TroubleClose [mode]: close the list
  • TroubleToggle [mode]: toggle the list
  • TroubleRefresh: manually refresh the active list

Modes:

  • lsp_document_diagnostics: document diagnostics from the builtin LSP client
  • lsp_workspace_diagnostics: workspace diagnostics from the builtin LSP client
  • lsp_references: references of the word under the cursor from the builtin LSP client
  • lsp_definitions: definitions of the word under the cursor from the builtin LSP client
  • quickfix: quickfix items
  • loclist: items from the window's location list

Example keybindings:

-- Vim Script
nnoremap <leader>xx <cmd>TroubleToggle<cr>
nnoremap <leader>xw <cmd>TroubleToggle lsp_workspace_diagnostics<cr>
nnoremap <leader>xd <cmd>TroubleToggle lsp_document_diagnostics<cr>
nnoremap <leader>xq <cmd>TroubleToggle quickfix<cr>
nnoremap <leader>xl <cmd>TroubleToggle loclist<cr>
nnoremap gR <cmd>TroubleToggle lsp_references<cr>
-- Lua
vim.api.nvim_set_keymap("n", "<leader>xx", "<cmd>Trouble<cr>",
  {silent = true, noremap = true}
)
vim.api.nvim_set_keymap("n", "<leader>xw", "<cmd>Trouble lsp_workspace_diagnostics<cr>",
  {silent = true, noremap = true}
)
vim.api.nvim_set_keymap("n", "<leader>xd", "<cmd>Trouble lsp_document_diagnostics<cr>",
  {silent = true, noremap = true}
)
vim.api.nvim_set_keymap("n", "<leader>xl", "<cmd>Trouble loclist<cr>",
  {silent = true, noremap = true}
)
vim.api.nvim_set_keymap("n", "<leader>xq", "<cmd>Trouble quickfix<cr>",
  {silent = true, noremap = true}
)
vim.api.nvim_set_keymap("n", "gR", "<cmd>Trouble lsp_references<cr>",
  {silent = true, noremap = true}
)

API

You can use the following functions in your keybindings:

-- jump to the next item, skipping the groups
require("trouble").next({skip_groups = true, jump = true});

-- jump to the previous item, skipping the groups
require("trouble").previous({skip_groups = true, jump = true});

Telescope

You can easily open any search results in Trouble, by defining a custom action:

local actions = require("telescope.actions")
local trouble = require("trouble.providers.telescope")

local telescope = require("telescope")

telescope.setup {
  defaults = {
    mappings = {
      i = { ["<c-t>"] = trouble.open_with_trouble },
      n = { ["<c-t>"] = trouble.open_with_trouble },
    },
  },
}

When you open telescope, you can now hit <c-t> to open the results in Trouble

ğŸŽ¨ Colors

The table below shows all the highlight groups defined for LSP Trouble with their default link.

Highlight Group Defaults to
TroubleCount TabLineSel
TroubleError LspDiagnosticsDefaultError
TroubleNormal Normal
TroubleTextInformation TroubleText
TroubleSignWarning LspDiagnosticsSignWarning
TroubleLocation LineNr
TroubleWarning LspDiagnosticsDefaultWarning
TroublePreview Search
TroubleTextError TroubleText
TroubleSignInformation LspDiagnosticsSignInformation
TroubleIndent LineNr
TroubleSource Comment
TroubleSignHint LspDiagnosticsSignHint
TroubleSignOther TroubleSignInformation
TroubleFoldIcon CursorLineNr
TroubleTextWarning TroubleText
TroubleCode Comment
TroubleInformation LspDiagnosticsDefaultInformation
TroubleSignError LspDiagnosticsSignError
TroubleFile Directory
TroubleHint LspDiagnosticsDefaultHint
TroubleTextHint TroubleText
TroubleText Normal