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When editing a python file I get an error indicator (>>) at line 118 :

vim error

This happened after I installed the coc-python plugin. I understand that this line fails some kind of linting setting somewhere, but I do not know how to view the linting error. The same goes for different programming languages, for that matter ... If only I could hover with my mouse :p

Any clues?

Here are all my vim settings and this is my small coc config.

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  • Depends on the plugin. They may fill the quickfix or locaton lists (:copen and :lopen for a quick look), or they may have a “hover” command you can use for more info. – D. Ben Knoble Aug 21 '20 at 13:40
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to move between errors, use

nmap <silent> [e <Plug>(coc-diagnostic-prev)
nmap <silent> ]e <Plug>(coc-diagnostic-next)

You need to be at the exact cursor position for the error to be displayed in hover. So just press it in the current line.

This I haven't tried:

<Plug>(coc-diagnostic-info)         *n_coc-diagnostic-info*

            Show diagnostic message of current position, no
            truncate.

should work too.

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