|Jens Grassel ff973b1f81||1 month ago|
|UltiSnips||1 month ago|
|vimwiki-files||2 months ago|
|.ctags||1 year ago|
|.gitconfig||1 month ago|
|.gitignore||7 years ago|
|.ideavimrc||2 months ago|
|README.md||2 months ago|
|coc-settings.json||2 months ago|
|init.vim||1 month ago|
|root-init.vim||8 months ago|
A basic configuration for neovim with plugins managed by vim-plug.
Please note that this configuration is intended for usage on BSD or Linux systems. For windows several adjustments would need to be made and a lot of plugins would not work.
curlmust be installed for automated vim-plug installation
Some plugins may need additional requirements. Please refer to their documentation for details. The following tools should provide a good starting point:
ag(the silver searcher)
If you want to use just one instance of NeoVim you'll have to use the neovim-remote tool currently.
Simply install it via
pip3 install --user --upgrade neovim-remote and you
can start using it.
Fire up neovim and set a socket via
% NVIM_LISTEN_ADDRESS=~/tmp/nvimsocket nvim
Now you can use the
nvr command to open files remotely for example like
% NVIM_LISTEN_ADDRESS=~/tmp/nvimsocket nvr --remote-tab file1 file2
An alias like
nv='nvr --remote-tab +'\''set bufhidden=delete'\' will allow
you to open files like this:
Please refer to the neovim-remote documentation for more detailed instructions.
To use the included snippets just copy the
UltiSnips directory into your
neovim folder (for example: