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I have installed the javascript-typescript and the eslint language servers using the lsp-install-server command. I want to make sure I'm using the latest version. Doing lsp-install-server again doesn't show neither the typescript nor the eslint servers I just installed, I guess it is because it only shows the uninstalled servers.

Is there a command or an recommended approach to update the servers?

I guess I can delete the installed servers folders and do the install again but it doesn't seem right since I used a command for installing there should probably be a command for updating.

lsp-mode config:

(use-package lsp-mode
  :straight t
  :hook ((js-mode typescript-mode) . lsp-deferred)
  :custom
  (lsp-enable-snippet nil)
  :config
  (setq read-process-output-max (* 1024 1024)))

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There is an interactive function called lsp-update-server. You can of course update the server packages manually independent of lsp.

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  • oh, I couldn't find the function and didn't think of updating the lsp package because I do it very often, but alas, the function does exist, must have been added recently. Thanks (added here github.com/emacs-lsp/lsp-mode/pull/3160) Nov 5, 2021 at 5:10
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Anyone coming here for Java (jdt.ls) should check the server download url defined as customizable variable lsp-java-jdt-download-url and pick a package from https://download.eclipse.org/jdtls/milestones/ . Be sure to look carefully through the list as it is not sorted by increasing version numbers.

To see if the new version is active, check the Emacs buffer *lsp-log* and search for Initializing Java Language Server ... which provides the version.

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