AckslD/swenv.nvim

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CREATED

2022-09-19

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swenv.nvim

Tiny plugin to quickly switch python virtual environments from within neovim without restarting.

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Installation

For example using packer:

use 'AckslD/swenv.nvim'

Requires plenary.

Usage

Pick Env

Call

require('swenv.api').pick_venv()

to pick an environment. Uses vim.ui.select so a tip is to use eg dressing.nvim.

Get Environment

To show the current venv in for example a status-line you can call

require('swenv.api').get_current_venv()

Set Environment

Using a fuzzy search you can set the environment to the best match.

require('swenv.api').set_venv('venv_fuzzy_name')

Auto Environment

Using a file named .venv in your projects root folder, it will automatically set the virtual-env for such environment.

Dependency

This requires you to have the project_nvim package installed.

require('swenv.api').auto_venv()

Auto Command

Vimscript:

autocmd FileType python lua require('swenv.api').auto_venv()

Lua:

vim.api.nvim_create_autocmd("FileType", {
    pattern = {"python"},
    callback = function()
        require('swenv.api').auto_venv()
    end
})

Configuration

Pass a dictionary into require("swenv").setup() with callback functions. These are the defaults:

require('swenv').setup({
  -- Should return a list of tables with a `name` and a `path` entry each.
  -- Gets the argument `venvs_path` set below.
  -- By default just lists the entries in `venvs_path`.
  get_venvs = function(venvs_path)
    return require('swenv.api').get_venvs(venvs_path)
  end,
  -- Path passed to `get_venvs`.
  venvs_path = vim.fn.expand('~/venvs'),
  -- Something to do after setting an environment, for example call vim.cmd.LspRestart
  post_set_venv = nil,
})

Lualine Component

For lualine there is already a configured component called swenv. It displays an icon and the name of the activated environment.

Lualine Usage

Add this to your lualine sections to use the component

sections = {
    ...
    lualine_a = 'swenv' -- uses default options
    lualine_x = { 'swenv', icon = '<icon>' } -- passing lualine component options
    ...
}

These are the defaults options:

{
  icon = "",
  color = { fg = "#8fb55e" },
}

Only show the section if the file types match python

{
    "swenv",
    cond = function()
        return vim.bo.filetype == "python"
    end,
}

Issues

coc.nvim

post_set_venv fails with coc.nvim, since coc loads before we set environment.

As a quick fix, use a timer:

swenv.setup({
    post_set_venv = function()
        local timer = vim.loop.new_timer()
        -- Check every 250ms if g:coc_status exists
        timer:start(250, 250, vim.schedule_wrap(function()
            if vim.g.coc_status then
                timer:stop()
                vim.cmd([[:CocRestart]])
            end
        end))
    end
})