Neovim Core updates
Updates of Neovim itself, which are available on Neovim nightly.
Important: if you are a plugin author, you are strongly advised to follow the #14090 breaking changes on master GitHub thread, as it contains important breaking changes information.
Neovim Plugin Community updates
Neovim is full of active plugins. This section is about the community and what is going on.
mini.bracketed module of
mini.nvim implements functionality and mappings
to go forward/backward with square brackets. This is a Lua evolution of
tpope/vim-unimpaired with much more targets:
|File on disk|
|Jump from jumplist inside current buffer|
|Location from location list|
|Quickfix entry from quickfix list|
|Tree-sitter node and parents|
|Undo states from specially tracked linear history|
|Window in current tab|
|Yank selection replacing latest put region|
Mark treesitter node to enhance context changes in your buffer, like change backgrounds on following nodes. It supports:
- Markdown code blocks.
- Functions nested in functions.
Pandoc integration for automatic Markdown to PDF compilation for note-taking in Neovim! By @abeleinin.
There are a lot of plugins out there to help with sending Python code to a REPL, but not a lot of plugins helps extracting the benefit of interactive coding back into Neovim, where your cursor will reside most of the time. This is a simple plugin that wrap-around python package ‘jupyter_client’ to provide ergonomic workflow that enhance your coding experience with any Jupyter kernels.
It provides two main features at the moment: provide
jupyter source for nvim-cmp autocompletion and a command
:JupyterInspect to query jupyter kernel information about object under the cursor.
Interacting with Neovim’s lua api in Rust can be a bit of a pain.
nvim-utils aims to make it easier and quicker to
develop Neovim plugins in Rust by removing as much of the required boilerplate as possible, and implementing bindings
vim.* lua api.
A nice crate by @willothy.
A new plugin by @dvoytik that helps to read code by highlighting keywords selected by the user.
The classic Black Jack game brought to Neovim. A refreshing plugin to use on your lunch and coffee break! Made by @alanfortlink.
A bunch of functions to lazy load your packer.nvim plugins for you. Written by @thesafdarawan.
🧠 Smart, directional Neovim and tmux split resizing and navigation. Think about splits in terms of “up/down/left/right”.
smart-splits.nvim added support for swapping buffers directionally! Using the same logic as the existing directional window movement and resizing features, swap a window’s buffer with the buffer from the window adjacent to it!
Lua powered Remote Resource Interface
For those who are unfamiliar, Netman is a Framework that provides abstracted access to remote filesystems through a standardized API.
Netman has completed (and merged) its v1.1 update. Below is a nonexhaustive change log from v1.0 to v1.1
- Mostly complete Neo-tree integration (Note, as of current the neo-tree integration is still beta and does not recognize your neo-tree configuration).
- Moving files and directories between hosts (including between docker containers and ssh servers).
- Auto opening your remote “home” directory in ssh.
- A complete rewrite of how “integration” with neovim works.
- A completely new logging system.
- A new event system.
- Updated API Documentation.
- Updated Help Docs.
And there is a ton more! The big thing is that most of the leg work is now done for UI integrations, and quite a bit of documentation was updated for the new changes There is a caveat to this, currently netman does not support asynchronous anything :(
Next Milestone is v1.15 which will consist of some more minor updates to prep for more UI integrations (and maybe more providers? 👀).
Cursor word highlighting with callbacks included.
The plugin now supports highlighting ranged yanks.
A minimal, stylish and customizable statusline for Neovim written in Lua.
Last week, the author of
feline.nvim announced that
the plugin was discontinued and no longer maintained. This week brings a happier news: its development was moved to
@freddiehaddad! The important thing regarding the original author,
@Famiu, is that they wanted the project to be forked instead of transferring the full
ownership of the project.
You are then advised to make the migration to the new GitHub repository.
Did you know?
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