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Is neovim good for webdevelopment?
7 projects | reddit.com/r/neovim | 17 May 2022
I do web dev in nvim since 3 years. I rarely have any problems and never one I could not solve with some googling around/asking on discords for help. If you are like me and enjoy the keyboard-focused workflow of nvim but don't feel like nerding out with your own config, I very much recommend trying out one of the ready made distributions. Since half a year I use https://www.lunarvim.org/ and I am quite happy, but there are others as well, (https://github.com/CosmicNvim/CosmicNvim) comes to my mind.
Help: Remove Which-Key Binding
1 project | reddit.com/r/lunarvim | 12 May 2022
I'm trying to map Lazygit to just g and the submenu of git commands to G. The list of default bindings (https://github.com/LunarVim/LunarVim/blob/rolling/lua/lvim/core/which-key.lua) doesn't include the Lazygit command. I'm guessing it somehow gets injected into the menu elsewhere. This means that I can't remap g because it will still enter the submenu with lazygit as its only entry. How can I prevent this behaviour?
I gave up
5 projects | reddit.com/r/vim | 7 May 2022
If you don't want to spend time configuring VIM, try some pre-configured vim/nvim distributions. I loved space-vim back in the day. There is a project called lunar-vim which is nvim configuration, there is astro-vim which is based on lunarvim but with some more simplifications.
How to best migrate my config to LunarVim's?
3 projects | reddit.com/r/neovim | 5 May 2022
I'm having trouble setting up LSP-related stuff using null-ls and lsp-installer. For example, setting up new language servers for new languages, having multiple language servers attached to the same buffer, auto-formatting wouldn't work etc. Then I found out LunarVim. I really like LunarVim's feature that "LSP just works". However, how do I add my stuff onto LunarVim's config?
Recommendations for an IDE layer like LunarVim?
8 projects | reddit.com/r/neovim | 5 May 2022
Emacs for Professionals
11 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 3 May 2022
Yeah, but when everything lives inside the same Lisp environment, there is no need for glue. You have variables and functions, all with built in documentation, that are easily composed.
Vim, on the other hand, appears to conspire against the user's attempts to build reusable configurations. One plugin may require Neovim. Another may require the Python runtime to be configured and installed. Vanishingly few of them have built in keybinds, and those that do are not guaranteed to be harmonious with other plugins. And besides, should I write my config in vimscript or Lua?
It might sound like I'm picking nits, but I don't find it coincidental that the best configurations that people have managed to build have been upon the strong bones that Emacs provides. Doom Emacs (https://github.com/doomemacs/doomemacs) is best-in-class, providing harmony between all of the built in modules and their bindings. I uncomment a line in a config file and get full Python support, with refactoring and formatting and such, ootb. This ends up being true for a shockingly long list of languages and tools.
On the Vim side you have https://github.com/NvChad/NvChad which appears to no longer be accepting new plugins and https://github.com/LunarVim/LunarVim which appears to provide a really good programming experience but is limited in scope to a handful of core plugins and whichever LSP servers they can get their hands on.
I used to use Neovim and compose everything together by hand as well. I don't see why I should bother today when Doom Emacs provides the same experience I would have built for myself, out of the box.
How do we get RStudio to adopt Julia language support?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/Julia | 27 Apr 2022
Have you tried LunarVim? It is quite easy to make it work wonderfully with Julia, there is even a page in their docs to help people with setting up Julia.
Best setup for Remote Development? (CLion? VSCode? Vim? SSHFS?)
2 projects | reddit.com/r/cpp_questions | 24 Apr 2022
I would suggest using NeoVim or LunarVim instead of primitive VIM.
What is your text editor / IDE of choice?
4 projects | reddit.com/r/cpp_questions | 23 Apr 2022
https://github.com/LunarVim/LunarVim or https://github.com/kabinspace/AstroVim are pretty complete and organized enough to make modifying it much less daunting than starting from scratch.
Configuring eslint and prettier in LunarVim 🌙. Bonus: Tailwindcss 🌊
1 project | dev.to | 17 Apr 2022
Congratulations, you decided to move your web-dev activities to neovim. Specifically LunarVim. Great choice!
[noob] vim.keymap.set vs. vim.api.nvim_set_keymap. Key binding questions. Hydra?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/neovim | 20 May 2022
Lastly, any thoughts on which-key? Seems like it can only be useful but there are a lot of open issues for what it does. However, it seems to require you to define all your keybindings in its syntax, which seems like an unnecessary layer of complexity. In Emacs, which this is based off of, all that's required is to install the package and it will automatically work with all bindings without requiring the user to convert existing key bindings to a certain syntax. Is there a reason this doesn't seem to be possible for which-key.nvim in Neovim?
Neovim 0.7 Released
17 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 15 Apr 2022
I've been using vim (neovim) for more years than I can count, but there is still so many movements that doesn't stick in my head, probably because I don't use them so much.
I recently came across the which-key.nvim (https://github.com/folke/which-key.nvim) neovim plugin, which helped me a lot to speed up finding what movement I want to do. It basically shows you a popup with what combinations are possible after you press any key (while nvim waits for the next one), so you can basically explore commands by just pressing keys, instead of having to look them up.
I made a simple menu to help myself remember various shortcuts, and decided others might find some use for it too
4 projects | reddit.com/r/vim | 7 Apr 2022
I use which-key.nvim, which displays keymap previews. Telescope also has a fuzzy find for keymaps. Both require Neovim.4 projects | reddit.com/r/vim | 7 Apr 2022
Nifty. This kind of reminds me of the "which key" plugins. An example is https://github.com/folke/which-key.nvim
1 project | reddit.com/r/neovim | 3 Apr 2022
You can then create mappings that call those functions. I use which-key for my mappings, which I would highly recommend.
What’s the best start up screen written in Lua?
4 projects | reddit.com/r/neovim | 30 Mar 2022
Instead of a start screen, I prefer vim-obsession, Telescope, and which-key.nvim.
Mojibake ("é" turns into "Ã©") when typing in neovim
2 projects | reddit.com/r/neovim | 20 Feb 2022
which key config error
1 project | reddit.com/r/neovim | 14 Feb 2022
trying to configure some custom key mappings with which key https://github.com/folke/which-key.nvim. I'm trying to piece together the configuration from the sample code at https://github.com/folke/which-key.nvim However, i get error
legendary.nvim - now with which-key.nvim integration!
3 projects | reddit.com/r/neovim | 12 Feb 2022
legendary.nvim now integrates with which-key.nvim! Thanks to u/benny-powers for the idea!
How do you decide keybindings to use for things?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/neovim | 8 Feb 2022
I do something that is similar to what you describe wanting to try. For starters, I use Folkes' which-key.nvim plugin to wrap most of my mappings. So pretty much all of them are prefixed by ''.
What are some alternatives?
SpaceVim - A community-driven modular vim/neovim distribution - The ultimate vimrc
NvChad - An attempt to make neovim cli functional like an IDE while being very beautiful, blazing fast startuptime ~ 20ms to 70ms
NvChad - An attempt to make neovim cli as functional as an IDE while being very beautiful , blazing fast. [Moved to: https://github.com/NvChad/NvChad]
vscode-neovim - Vim-mode for Visual Studio Code using embedded Neovim
nvim-dap - Debug Adapter Protocol client implementation for Neovim
awesome-neovim - Collections of awesome neovim plugins.
coc.nvim - Nodejs extension host for vim & neovim, load extensions like VSCode and host language servers.
flutter-tools.nvim - Tools to help create flutter apps in neovim using the native lsp
telescope.nvim - Find, Filter, Preview, Pick. All lua, all the time.
nerdtree - A tree explorer plugin for vim.
vim-which-key - :tulip: Vim plugin that shows keybindings in popup