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vim-bootstrap - Vim Bootstrap is generator provides a simple method of generating a

Vim Bootstrap is generator provides a simple method of generating a .vimrc configuration for vim, NeoVim, MacVim and GVim.The distribution is designed to work with Vim >= 7.4.

fzf.vim - fzf :heart: vim

Things you can do with fzf and Vim.fzf in itself is not a Vim plugin, and the official repository only provides the basic wrapper function for Vim and it's up to the users to write their own Vim commands with it. However, I've learned that many users of fzf are not familiar with Vimscript and are looking for the "default" implementation of the features they can find in the alternative Vim plugins.

vim-gitgutter - A Vim plugin which shows a git diff in the gutter (sign column) and stages/undoes hunks

A Vim plugin which shows a git diff in the 'gutter' (sign column). It shows whether each line has been added, modified, and where lines have been removed. You can also stage and undo individual hunks. If you work with other version control systems, I recommend vim-signify.

NyaoVim - Web-enhanced Extensible Neovim Frontend

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.

Oni - new kind of editor, powered by Neovim

Oni is a new kind of editor, focused on maximizing productivity - combining modal editing with features you expect in modern editors. Oni is built with neovim, and inspired by VSCode, Atom, LightTable, and Emacs. The vision of Oni is to build an editor that allows you to go from thought to code as easily as possible - bringing together the raw editing power of Vim, the feature capabilities of Atom/VSCode, and a powerful and intuitive extensibility model - wrapped up in a beautiful package. This repository is under active development, and until 1.0 please consider everything unstable.

dotfiles - config for neovim, tmux, molotov colourscheme, and more

Note: these dotfiles are now for the fish shell only, if you're looking for the bash or zsh versions you'll want to check out version 1.0.0. Sensible defaults for all the things! Check out my vimrc for more info, it's pretty well documented.

ActualVim - Sublime Text 3 input mode using Neovim

Everything you like about using Sublime Text 3, and everything you like about typing in vim. Actual uses an embedded Neovim instance to accurately manipulate each Sublime Text buffer as though you were editing the text directly in vim, while the Sublime Text interface, features, and plugins continue to work (see end of README for caveats).

tagbar - Vim plugin that displays tags in a window, ordered by scope

Tagbar is a Vim plugin that provides an easy way to browse the tags of the current file and get an overview of its structure. It does this by creating a sidebar that displays the ctags-generated tags of the current file, ordered by their scope. This means that for example methods in C++ are displayed under the class they are defined in. Tagbar is not a general-purpose tool for managing tags files. It only creates the tags it needs on-the-fly in-memory without creating any files. tags file management is provided by other plugins, like for example easytags.

SpaceVim - A community-driven vim distribution inspired by spacemacs

SpaceVim is a community-driven vim distribution that supports vim and Neovim. SpaceVim manages collections of plugins in layers. Layers make it easy for you, the user, to enable a new language or feature by grouping all the related plugins together.

fzf - A command-line fuzzy finder

fzf is a general-purpose command-line fuzzy finder.It's an interactive Unix filter for command-line that can be used with any list; files, command history, processes, hostnames, bookmarks, git commits, etc.

neoterm - Wrapper of some vim/neovim's :terminal functions.

Use the same terminal for everything. The main reason for this plugin is reuse the terminal easily. All commands opens a terminal if it's not open or reuse the open terminal. REPL commands, opens a terminal and the proper REPL, if it's not opened. To install this plugin, you should use one of the following methods. For Windows users, replace usage of the Unix ~/.vim directory with %USERPROFILE%\_vim, or another directory if you have configured Vim differently. On Windows, your ~/.vimrc file will be similarly stored in %USERPROFILE%\_vimrc.

vim-config - Lean mean (Neo)Vim machine, carefully crafted with :heart: Use with Neovim v0

Lean mean Neo/vim machine, 30-45ms startup time. Best with Neovim or Vim 8 with +python3 extensions enabled.

ivim - I love Vim, and I also love modifying it to be more convenient and efficient

After about 5 years' development, ivim contains 2 versions to satisfy different requirements. Use lots of famous colorschemes to make your eyes feel comfortable in both Vim and NeoVim.

alchemist.vim - Elixir Integration Into Vim

You need to have Erlang(OTP >= 19) and Elixir installed in your machine. You can find more about short keys, commands and configs here.

vim-hemisu - A Vim color scheme with dark and light variants

To install and use this color scheme, move the file hemisu.vim into your colors directory (e.g., ~/.vim/colors/). For a list of changes and bug fixes, see releases.

vim-lsp - async language server protocol plugin for vim and neovim

Async Language Server Protocol plugin for vim8 and neovim. Note: async.vim is required and is used to normalize jobs between vim8 and neovim.

comfortable-motion.vim - Brings physics-based smooth scrolling to the Vim world!

This is highly motivated by the lack of a plugin similar to my favorite Emacs package emacs-inertial-scroll. However, currently, this plugin is only tested on Vim 8.0 and Neovim 0.1.7, i.e. my current development environment.

vim-markdown-composer - An asynchronous markdown preview plugin for Vim and Neovim

vim-markdown-composer is a plugin that adds asynchronous Markdown preview to Neovim and Vim. By default, vim-markdown-composer uses a blazing-fast CommonMark (and GitHub)-compliant renderer. However, it can be configured to use any external program for rendering, such as pandoc.

deoplete-clang - deoplete.nvim source for C/C++/Obj-C/Obj-C++ with clang-python3

The dark powered asynchronous completion framework for Neovim. It offers a fast, fully asynchronous, nonblocking user interface, customizable sources for each languages, and more. The Next generation of word completion.A Python 3 port of the official clang compiler bindings for Python. The original author is @Anteru, I forked it and follow the latest of llvm clang.

deoplete-go - deoplete.nvim source for Go. Asynchronous Go completion for Neovim.

Go source for deoplete.nvim use gocode.Dark powered asynchronous completion framework for neovim. Fastetst, Fully asynchronous, Nonblocking user interface, Customizable source for each languages, and more. The Nextgen word completion.