jarvis - A powerful, minimalist development environment powered by NeoVim

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The following are features provided by Jarvis. They all have quick keybindings to make them quick and easy to use. Open files with simple keystrokes with fuzzy matching via command line and inside NeoVim.

https://github.com/ctaylo21/jarvis

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