C# Omnisharp Roslyn Configuration

The details below describe how to install and configure the C# Omnisharp Roslyn language server found here.

Installing the Language Server

To install the language server download the latest omnisharp-win-x86.zip binaries found here.
NOTE: This testing described below was done using the v1.32.9 release.
Extract the contents of the zip file taking note of that folder location.
In this case the zip file was extracted to the folder location shown below with that folder containing the language server executable:
C:\Project\omnisharp-win-x86\

 Directory of C:\Project\omnisharp-win-x86

22/01/2019  07:02 PM             8,192 OmniSharp.exe
Check the language server binary by running the following command:
C:\Project\omnisharp-win-x86\OmniSharp.exe -?
That command should result in the following output:
Usage:  [options]

Options:
  -? | -h | --help           Show help information
  -s | --source              Solution or directory for OmniSharp to point at (defaults to current directory).
  -l | --loglevel            Level of logging (defaults to 'Information').
  -v | --verbose             Explicitly set 'Debug' log level.
  -hpid | --hostPID          Host process ID.
  -z | --zero-based-indices  Use zero based indices in request/responses (defaults to 'false').
  -pl | --plugin             Plugin name(s).
  -d | --debug               Wait for debugger to attach
  -lsp | --languageserver    Use Language Server Protocol.
  -e | --encoding            Input / output encoding for STDIO protocol.

Configuration

Edit the C# document type and in the Language Server configuration panel apply the following configuration settings:
Program Type: Executable
     Program: OmniSharp.exe
   Directory: C:\Project\omnisharp-win-x86\
   Arguments: -lsp
              -z  
NOTE: The executable directory option used above can be omitted provided the executable folder is found in the system PATH environment variable.
The Zeus IDE provides an option to import Visual Studio solution files which is uses to create a Zeus workspace file and when using this option the following argument should be added to the configuration:
    -s $wdd
This argument is setting the solution folder using the $wdd tag which equates to the drive and directory location of the currently active workspace.

Using the Language Server

To test the configuration create a simple test.cs file and fire off an auto-complete request:
lsp d


Latest Version: Zeus 3.98u
Released: 3rd March 2019