NyaoVim - Web-enhanced Extensible Neovim Frontend

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This is a Neovim frontend built on Electron. The Neovim editor is composed as a Web Component and users can extend the UI with reusable Web Components, HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Use Vim as a component from a shell or in an IDE.

https://github.com/rhysd/NyaoVim#readme

Dependencies:

about-window : ^1.8.0
deep-extend : ^0.5.0
electron : ^1.7.9
electron-window-state : ^4.1.1
mkdirp : ^0.5.1
neovim-component : ^0.10.1
promised-neovim-client : ^2.0.2

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