Announcing nvim-utils, a new library for building Neovim plugins in Rust!

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  • moveline.nvim

    Neovim plugin for moving lines up and down

    Over the past few days, I've been working on a library to simplify the development of Neovim plugins in Rust. I started writing nvim-utils when I was working on moveline but realized how many bindings I would need to interact with the Lua API using the mlua crate. Separating the bindings into a separate crate was the only logical option.

  • nvim-oxi

    :link: Rust bindings to all things Neovim

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    The Rust package registry

    I considered nvim-rust-utils but didn't want to include "rust" in a crate name on, and I think the crate name and repo should match.

  • neovim

    Vim-fork focused on extensibility and usability

    Do you have a concrete example of this? For any functions that return numbers or booleans it is basically free. Strings and tables need an extra allocation (used to be more until I improved it with but if you're getting buffer text then you need to allocate anyway.

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