Neovim 0.9 Released

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  • neovim

    Vim-fork focused on extensibility and usability

  • wget --quiet https://github.com/neovim/neovim/releases/download/nightly/n... --output-document nvim

  • NvChad

    Blazing fast Neovim config providing solid defaults and a beautiful UI, enhancing your neovim experience.

  • InfluxDB

    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

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  • LunarVim

    🌙 LunarVim is an IDE layer for Neovim. Completely free and community driven.

  • AstroNvim

    AstroNvim is an aesthetic and feature-rich neovim config that is extensible and easy to use with a great set of plugins

  • awesome-neovim

    Collections of awesome neovim plugins.

  • dotfiles

  • i actually solved this by moving my whole dev environment into a reproducible Dockerfile.

    Can see it here https://github.com/hauxir/dotfiles/blob/master/devenv.sh

    then i can simply run it anywhere that has docker with a curl/bash script :)

  • dot-files

    A repository containing my dot-files, for syncing across hosts. (by AlexSWall)

  • You can find the Neovim configuration in the neovim directory.

    https://github.com/AlexSWall/dot-files

  • SaaSHub

    SaaSHub - Software Alternatives and Reviews. SaaSHub helps you find the best software and product alternatives

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  • vscodium

    binary releases of VS Code without MS branding/telemetry/licensing

  • > VS Codium (my preferred variant, telemetry-free)

    Telemetry reduced -

    https://github.com/VSCodium/vscodium/blob/master/DOCS.md#dis...

  • helix

    A post-modern modal text editor.

  • Note: I used nvim daily before using helix, but only used the basic features and used lunarvim as my config.

    I started using helix a few months ago because of the batteries included zero config language server setup, i have one line in my config and that is the theme, thats it, just install the language server [1] and you are ready to go.

    But I stayed for the kakoune model. Yes, it is different than vim, yes it may not be for you, but to me it feels so much superior, i feel way more productive with the kakoune way. I guess i had the advantage of not having vim keybindings (except the most basic) in my muscle memory. I never really got warm with the more "advanced" vim keybindings. But in helix it is so easy to learn them. You either have a popup that shows you the next available key and what it does or you have `Space + ?` Where you can fuzzy find commands and their corresponding keyboard shortcut. Helix took that huge learning curve I had with (n)vim and turned it into learning by doing and their little tutor at the beginning.

    With nvim I used lunarvim config, as I didn't want to roll my own config and it was the best I could find, and I tried all the most popular configs. They always updated something, they often broke, they felt bloated (compared to helix or plain [n]vim) and most importantely I didn't really know whats happening under the hood. With helix I only need to update my languageservers (which get automatically updated by my system package manager) and there was no need for me to touch the config files except setting the theme to one of the themes that it shipped with and I have more the feeling that I know whats happening under the hood.

    Except a file tree instead of a fuzzy file picker I don't miss anything, I don't have any need for plugins, as everything I personally need is already in there.

    [1] https://github.com/helix-editor/helix/wiki/How-to-install-th...

  • vscode-neovim

    Vim mode for VSCode, powered by Neovim

  • Why not have both? https://github.com/vscode-neovim/vscode-neovim

    I was using the VSCodeVim plugin, but it kept breaking. I now moved to the Neovim plugin and works great!

  • dotfiles

    My dotfiles and setup scripts. (by weakphish)

  • And here is mine - it’s goal is parity with VS Code, but in a single file that’s well organized (based on kickstart.nvim)

    https://github.com/weakphish/dotfiles/blob/master/.config/nv...

  • lazy.nvim

    💤 A modern plugin manager for Neovim

  • Perhaps by "frameworks" you meant plugin managers.

    On vim, I was using vim-plug, which works fine with neovim too.

    At some point I switched to Packer, which is written in Lua and is definitely more powerful. Now I would recommend Lazy instead: https://github.com/folke/lazy.nvim

    Yes, it's silly that neovim still doesn't come with built-in plugin management. Installing a plugin should require 0 lines of config.

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