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639 lines of careful .vimrc configurations and its better than any IDE.
4 projects | /r/vim | 22 Jun 2022
coc plugin that I have implemented in my vim configuration has language servers for both java and kotlin and they are very good from what I hear. I use coc language servers for web development and I find it very nice. As for syntax and indentation of kotlin there is this plugin that takes care of that. Same goes for C#. There is also the 'youcompleteme' plugin which is a larger download than coc but its more complete.
What are some alternatives?
KotlinLanguageServer - Kotlin code completion, linting and more for any editor/IDE using the Language Server Protocol
vim-go - Go development plugin for Vim
intellij-community - IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition & IntelliJ Platform
atom-kotlin-language - Adds syntax highlighting to Kotlin files in Atom
kotlin-textmate-bundle - Textmate bundle for the Kotlin programming language
vscode-kotlin - Kotlin language support for VS Code
kanvas - A truly hackable editor: simple, lightweight, understandable
NppExtension - :smiley: Language extension for notepad++