What plugins are you using and enjoying the most?

This page summarizes the projects mentioned and recommended in the original post on reddit.com/r/neovim

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  • .files

    Just some files for my personal use

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  • nvim-bqf

    Better quickfix window in Neovim, polish old quickfix window.

    nvim-bqf

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  • nvim-jqx

    Populate the quickfix with json entries

    nvim-jqx

  • vim-grepper

    :space_invader: Helps you win at grep.

    vim-grepper

  • vim-surround

    surround.vim: Delete/change/add parentheses/quotes/XML-tags/much more with ease

    I can't live in (neo)vim without (tpope/vim-surround)[https://github.com/tpope/vim-surround]

  • any-jump.vim

    Jump to any definition and references 👁 IDE madness without overhead 🚀

    https://github.com/pechorin/any-jump.vim, which is basically "find word under cursos", but it has just enough smarts to show you where a function, etc was defined.

  • hop.nvim

    Neovim motions on speed!

    https://github.com/phaazon/hop.nvim, which is easy-motion but better. It doesn't to insane-replace-the-whole-buffer shenanigans, so LSP's don't explode. It's also super fast, sometimes I would feel easy motion straining. Hop should be way more popular.

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  • lens.vim

    A Vim Automatic Window Resizing Plugin

    lens.vim if you tend to switch between splits it takes care of the resizing stuff. Vim-diminactive is also cool, but I found some troubles with my current (and others) colorscheme, but some might find it helpful!

  • vim-diminactive

    Vim plugin to dim inactive windows

    lens.vim if you tend to switch between splits it takes care of the resizing stuff. Vim-diminactive is also cool, but I found some troubles with my current (and others) colorscheme, but some might find it helpful!

  • which-key.nvim

    💥 Create key bindings that stick. WhichKey is a lua plugin for Neovim 0.5 that displays a popup with possible keybindings of the command you started typing.

    And so we have it https://github.com/folke/which-key.nvim

NOTE: The number of mentions on this list indicates mentions on common posts plus user suggested alternatives. Hence, a higher number means a more popular project.

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