mini.doc - generate help files from EmmyLua-like annotations

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  • mini.nvim

    Library of 20+ independent Lua modules improving overall Neovim (version 0.6 and higher) experience with minimal effort

    I am happy to announce mini.doc - module of mini.nvim for generating help files (what you read when using :help) from EmmyLua-like annotations (not fully complying with this standard but very close). The basic idea is to keep documentation close to Lua implementation and generate help files automatically. It was written mainly to document 'mini.nvim' (instead of previous great but not that flexible tjdevries/tree-sitter-lua), but other people can also benefit from this. And not only plugin authors: general user can also document their Neovim Lua setup!

  • lua-language-server

    A language server that offers Lua language support - programmed in Lua

    I am happy to announce mini.doc - module of mini.nvim for generating help files (what you read when using :help) from EmmyLua-like annotations (not fully complying with this standard but very close). The basic idea is to keep documentation close to Lua implementation and generate help files automatically. It was written mainly to document 'mini.nvim' (instead of previous great but not that flexible tjdevries/tree-sitter-lua), but other people can also benefit from this. And not only plugin authors: general user can also document their Neovim Lua setup!

  • SonarLint

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  • tree-sitter-lua

    Neovim Tree Sitter Lua Grammar & Library

    I am happy to announce mini.doc - module of mini.nvim for generating help files (what you read when using :help) from EmmyLua-like annotations (not fully complying with this standard but very close). The basic idea is to keep documentation close to Lua implementation and generate help files automatically. It was written mainly to document 'mini.nvim' (instead of previous great but not that flexible tjdevries/tree-sitter-lua), but other people can also benefit from this. And not only plugin authors: general user can also document their Neovim Lua setup!

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