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spacemacs - A community-driven Emacs distribution - The best editor is neither Emacs nor Vim, it's Emacs *and* Vim!

  •    Emacs

Spacemacs is a new way to experience Emacs -- a sophisticated and polished set-up focused on ergonomics, mnemonics and consistency. Just clone it, launch it, then press the space bar to explore the interactive list of carefully-chosen key bindings. You can also press the home buffer's [?] button for some great first key bindings to try.

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

  •    Vim

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.

SpaceVim - A community-driven vim distribution inspired by spacemacs

  •    Vim

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.

dumb-jump - an Emacs "jump to definition" package

  •    Emacs

Dumb Jump is an Emacs "jump to definition" package with support for multiple programming languages that favors "just working". This means minimal -- and ideally zero -- configuration with absolutely no stored indexes (TAGS) or persistent background processes. Dumb Jump requires at least GNU Emacs 24.3. Dumb Jump uses The Silver Searcher ag, ripgrep rg, or grep to find potential definitions of a function or variable under point. It uses a set of regular expressions based on the file extension, or major-mode, of the current buffer. The matches are run through a shared set of heuristic methods to find the best candidate to jump to. If it can't decide it will present the user with a list in a pop-menu.

proton - space-atom. spacemacs and sublimious style editing in atom

  •    Clojure

spacemacs and sublimious style editing in Atom. Proton (name subject to change) brings the modal editing style of Spacemacs and Sublimious with all its superpowers to Atom.

spacemacs-private - My Spacemacs config

  •    Emacs

Hacking journey begins start from 2013. The forked version is only a few commits behind the original repo, becuase sometimes the original repo can’t functional well.

EverVim - A Modern, Powerful & Modular Vim Distribution

  •    Vim

EverVim is the ultimate vim distribution that supports NeoVim, Vim, GVim and MacVim. It ships with tons of powerful features through vim plugins, which makes it easy to get started for both newcomers and experienced users. The distribution is completely customizable using a ~/.EverVim.vimrc Vim config files.

spacevim - Spacemacs for vim

  •    Vim

This project is not actively maintained anymore. There are other projects doing similar things. Spacevim provides 2 ways of using it. First you can use it as a vim distribution like Spacemacs. Or you can only install it as a set of key bindings and Spacevim will bring out the best of your currently installed plugin.

space-jekyll-template - A simple spacemacs template on jekyll

  •    CSS

A simple and elegant Jekyll theme based on Spacemacs. The theme works well on mobile devices as well. See a live demo here.

spacemacs-theme - Light and dark theme for spacemacs that supports GUI and terminal

  •    Emacs

Spacemacs theme is an Emacs color theme that started as a theme for spacemacs. The theme comes with dark and light variants and it should work well with 256 color terminals. The theme has good support for org mode.

homebrew-emacs-plus - Emacs Plus formulae for the Homebrew package manager

  •    Ruby

Emacs Plus is GNU Emacs formulae based on emacs formulae. The difference is that some of the options available from emacs formulae are enabled by default in emacs-plus and some new additional options are available for user. With release of Emacs 26.1 many options were removed from the formula, as features behind them are already in released version.

git-link - Emacs package to get the GitHub/Bitbucket/GitLab/... URL for a buffer location

  •    Emacs

Interactive Emacs functions that create URLs for files and commits in GitHub/Bitbucket/GitLab/... repositories. git-link returns the URL for the current buffer's file location at the current line number or active region.

rebecca-theme - The purple turtle theme for Spacemacs

  •    Emacs

Rebecca is a dark emacs theme with purple/violet colors. Rebecca is now included in spacemacs' theme-megapack.

emacs.d - My Emacs configuration

  •    Emacs

Released under the GNU GPL, version 3 (or at your opinion), any later version.

w3m-layer - w3m-layer for spacemacs https://github.com/syl20bnr/spacemacs

  •    Emacs

This layer groups together packages to work with W3M. It uses the W3M command line tool which allows users to browse websites.

configs - My software and hardware setup

  •    Python

Also, some legacy configs (vimrc/i3/etc) can be found in old-configs directory.

spacehammer - Hammerspoon config inspired by Spacemacs

  •    Lua

I love Vim keybindings and I needed to find a better, more efficient way to manage windows and jump between the apps. Ideally I wanted to stay in the home row and control as much as I can with h/j/k/l keys. Adding tens (possibly hundreds) of key-combo shortcuts for every single desirable action is not a good solution.

atom-spacemacs-evil-keys - An atom package that adds a bunch of spacemacs evil-mode style keybindings

  •    CoffeeScript

Adds sequence-style key-bindings with space as the leader key for a bunch of commands. These are based on and, where possible, identical to the default evil mode key-bindings found in spacemacs.

dotfiles - :nut_and_bolt: Dotfiles for bash, zsh, tmux, emacs, vim, etc

  •    Emacs

These are my very private configuration files, you are free to use at your own risk.

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