Taking notes in class with LaTeX

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  • nvim-autopairs

    autopairs for neovim written by lua

    To close environments (brackets, $$, whatever) as soon as you open them, and move cursor between opening and closing, there's [nvim-autopairs](https://github.com/windwp/nvim-autopairs)

  • .dotfiles

    I'm quite happy with only texlab + nvim-cmp + luasnips. That's it. I have some snippets here https://github.com/tiagovla/.dotfiles/tree/master/neovim/.config/nvim/lua/plugins/config/luasnip/snips for latex if you need a place to start (just require the files).

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  • pandoc

    Universal markup converter

    Consider writing notes using Markdown + Pandoc to compile to PDF (or other formats). Markdown is less typing than LaTeX, making it good for quick writing that doesn't need exquisite control over the typesetting. Plus, Pandoc's flavor of Markdown supports LaTeX-style $...$ and $$...$$ math.

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