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I feel like something is wrong with my Imenu setup, because here is what it shows on a simple Python script:

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It seems to show some variable definitions, but doesn't have separate entries for the function definitions (the def ... lines), or the classes. What I want is an Imenu that shows just the function and class definitions, in the order in which they appear. So, I want to see something like:

Function: foo(x)
Class: Bar
Function: Bar / __init__(s)
Function: Bar / buz(x, y)

Is that possible at all? Semantic is not an option because it does not parse functions that are typed using Python's type annotations (e.g. a function like def foo() -> None: ... does not appear in the list).

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    Can you share your imenu configuration? Are you using a LSP, or maybe elpy? Please share more information. – Swarnendu Biswas Oct 12 '20 at 9:26
  • I am using LSP, yes, but I have lsp-ui-imenu-enable nil and no other imenu-related entries in my init.el – space_voyager Oct 12 '20 at 19:12
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For any imenu problem, check the buffer's how-to-generate-imenu status (which is usually modified by major-mode, sometimes also some minor modes), mostly variable imenu-create-index-function and imenu-generic-expression:

  • if imenu-create-index-function is imenu-default-create-index-function, which is Emacs default, the imenu is generated by running the regexps in imenu-generic-expression against buffer content, then you only need to tweak the regexps.
  • if imenu-create-index-function is NOT imenu-default-create-index-function, then you need to dive into the actual value of imenu-create-index-function (which is a function, probably written and set by major mode) to see what's actually going wrong.
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  • How do I check the how-to-generate-imenu status? – space_voyager Oct 12 '20 at 19:12
  • <kbd>C-h v</kbd> (describe-variable) to check the values of the 2 variables I mentioned above (also read the documents there, which along with my answer above should give you the idea of how imenu works). – PanJunjie潘俊杰 Oct 13 '20 at 2:55
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This is lsp-mode issue, which was reported and closed as wont fix. I have a better idea of how to fix it, so you may open issue lsp-mode bug tracker.

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