This package exposes the following configuration options:
r.rpath.windows, r.rpath.mac, r.rpath.linux: Path to R binary for launching the R Language Server package (see below). Examples: /usr/bin/R (Linux/macOS), C:\\Program Files\\R\\R-3.5.2\\bin\\x64\\R.exe (Windows). If the settings are left blank (default), then the R path will be detected from Windows registry and PATH environment variable. It should be vanilla R rather than radian console.
r.lsp.args: The command line arguments to use when launching R Language Server. Example: --vanilla to disable loading startup scripts such as .Rprofile and Rprofile.site.
r.lsp.debug: Enable debugging traces. Defaults to false. Set this to true if you are having trouble getting the Language Server working.
r.lsp.diagnostics: Enable linting of R code, using the lintr package. Defaults to true. To disable this, you must have at least version 0.2.7 of the R Language Server installed.
Note that r.lsp.path will be deprecated in favor of r.rpath.* settings.
vscode-r-lsp requires the R Language Server, a package that runs in R.
It can be installed from CRAN:
The development version of languageserver can be installed from GitHub, using the devtools package: