ALE (Asynchronous Lint Engine) is a Vim plugin to asynchronously check syntax and fix files, with Language Server Protocol (LSP) support.
ALE supports most common programming languages and linters, however you can also configure it to use a custom one if you need.
The plugin checks for diagnostics using the linting tool in an asynchronous manner, that means that your editor will not freeze from time to time while this happens.
ALE doesn't have any incompatibility with Vem, so you can install and configure it according to the official documentation.
Some of the available configuration options that you can set in your vemrc file are:
" If you want to use ALE only for linting, " you can explicitly disable LSP tools let g:ale_disable_lsp = 0 " Use different highlighting to point out problems let g:ale_set_highlights = 1 " Use the sign column (far left) to point out problems let g:ale_set_signs = 1 " Symbols to use if g:ale_set_signs is enabled let g:ale_sign_error = ' X' let g:ale_sign_warning = ' !'