Can I Use Telescope To Find all Commands and Functions?

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  • legendary.nvim

    🗺️ A legend for your keymaps, commands, and autocmds, with which-key.nvim integration

    I think the best way to get this right now is to use for example legendary.nvim. However, this does require you to manually add the commands, keymaps, functions, etc, that you want. I suppose someone could automate the process of adding all functions, etc, into legendary.

  • nvim-cmp

    A completion plugin for neovim coded in Lua.

    I actually really want this feature in Neovim, pretty envious of Emacs for that. I use nvim-cmp's commandline feature for this. See the second half of the demo video in the README for a visual example.

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  • commander.nvim

    Create and manage keybindings and commands in a more organized manner, and search them quickly through Telescope

    Maybe this is what you are looking for:

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