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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.
Vim-clap is a modern generic interactive finder and dispatcher, based on the newly feature: floating_win of neovim or popup of vim. The goal of vim-clap is to work everywhere out of the box, with fast response. Vim-clap is in a very early stage, breaking changes and bugs are expected.
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.
vim-which-key is vim port of emacs-which-key that displays available keybindings in popup. emacs-which-key started as a rewrite of guide-key, very likely, vim-which-key heavily rewrote vim-leader-guide with a goal of going further in vim world. The features of vim-which-key has evolved a lot since then.
Space-vim-dark colorscheme is derived from spacemacs-dark-theme. check if the current terminal is able to display italics correctly: echo -e "\e[3mfoo\e[23m"]]", if the output is foo , the terminal (-emulator) supports italics.
There are some general settings for convenience in almost everyone's .vimrc file. Let's shorten your .vimrc and make the default vim better. Out-of-the-box: address a ton of deficiencies of the default vim configurations that nearly everyone can agree upon.
space-vim-dark is a dark only theme, space-vim-theme as its successor now supports both dark and light background. This coloescheme originates from spacemacs-theme with some alterations. :h space_vim_theme for detailed information.