Simplest way to set up neovim

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  • .dots

    just my .dotfiles

    So that's what bootstrap.vim does:

  • dotfiles (Ignore the non-nix one, i have kept as emergency if incase I am not allowed to use nix on a device) And see how i am using it together here:

  • Scout APM

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  • Home Manager using Nix

    Manage a user environment using Nix [[email protected]]

    Maybe take a look at this

  • niv

    Easy dependency management for Nix projects

    You can use something like Niv to manage additional sources. I use it to fetch some Emacs packages, for example ligature.el. Then you update the package using $ niv update.

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