A Neovim config designed from scratch to be understandable
I followed Neovim from scratch a while back and currently having the following nvim config structure:
An IDE layer for Neovim with sane defaults. Completely free and community driven.
I'm having trouble setting up LSP-related stuff using null-ls and lsp-installer. For example, setting up new language servers for new languages, having multiple language servers attached to the same buffer, auto-formatting wouldn't work etc. Then I found out LunarVim. I really like LunarVim's feature that "LSP just works". However, how do I add my stuff onto LunarVim's config?
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A launch point for your personal nvim configuration
Look at integrating what you like from kickstart.nvim into your config https://github.com/nvim-lua/kickstart.nvim/blob/master/init.lua
Difficulty changing to Neovim
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Any suggestions for galaxyline small width options?
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New to neovim with nvchad need help getting to formatting and listing working
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Disable an LSP warning/notification in Lunarvim
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