Is there a textobject for `object.` in ``?

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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 can suggestion try with the following setup:

  • targets.vim

    Vim plugin that provides additional text objects

    Thanks for the through explanation. I has seen that and considered using it in the past. Can I ask how it compares to Would you consider a replacement or complementary?

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  • vim-textobj-chainmember

    Vim text object for chained method calls and member access

    I just answered my own question, this is exactly what I was looking for:

  • By the way, if you need this kind of textobject in buffers with tree-sitter, another option would be to use tree-sitter captures and queries. Either through nvim-treesitter-textobjects or writing your own.

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