space-vim - :four_leaf_clover: Lean & mean spacemacs-ish Vim distribution

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space-vim is a vim distribution for vim plugins and resources, compatible with Vim and NeoVim. It is inspired by spacemacs and mimics spacemacs in a high level, especially in the whole architecture, key bindings and GUI. if have ever tried spacemacs, you will find space-vim is very similar to it in user experience.

http://vim.liuchengxu.org
https://github.com/liuchengxu/space-vim

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