I’m currently developing a language and have written a (not NPM published) tree-sitter parser for it. I have linked the language-name package and the package has the tree-sitter-name properly ‘installed’ in its node_modules. As far as I can see, this parser and language works fine – it highlights my test files nicely; it auto-detects the grammar based on a file’s extension, and the grammar selector button (in the status bar) also displays the proper name. Additionally, I have defined a settings/language-name.cson file and filled it out with a couple of reasonable defaults, such as increaseIndentPattern, and this works fine as well.
However, when I go to the Atom settings and open the package details, it does not display/expose grammar settings (it lists only the package details card and the readme), and similarly when I open the grammar selector to manually select a language (i.e. not auto-detect), it does not list my language.
I have little experience with hacking the Atom editor, and have no idea of where to start debugging this. I realize not having tree-sitter-name published to NPM is unusual, given the utter lack of documentation of this even being a possibility. However, I cannot fathom how that would impact anything, as all the non-user-facing features simply work.
Is there someone who might understand what is going on here?