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.
Guides, tours, articles, etc.
Minimal preconfiguration for LaTeX
This preconfiguration might be helpful, if you don’t want to commit too much time to configuring Neovim but still want to use it for editing your papers.
A hard fork of the original (now abandoned) nvim-ts-rainbow. The goal was to create a hackable rainbow delimiter plugin which can be fully customized by the user through Lua.
It supports different queries per language to match different kinds of delimiters (e.g. tags in HTML) and different
highlighting strategies. The two default strategies are
global (highlights the entire buffer) and
only the part of the document containing the cursor).
Plugin to look for commits by lines, files, or changes, using Telescope’s fuzzy search.
more than a dozenalmost two dozen new text objects for Neovim.
Since introducing nvim-various-textobjs, half a dozen additional text objects have been added:
- restOfIndentation-textobj: basically
ii, but only from the cursor position downwards.
- key-textobj: Counterpart to the value-textobj. Key of a key-value-pair, or left-hand-side of a variable assignment.
- entireBuffer-textobj: a convenience text object representing the entire buffer.
- url-textobj: a link (
http…) as text object. The readme also includes an example snippet for using the url-textobj to create a smarter
- shellPipe-textobj: a command stdout is piped to.
- toNextClosingBracket-textobj: from the cursor position to the next
]. (This is essentially a replacement for the
%motion-as-textobject, since I find it more intuitive this way.).
- Also new: the subword-textobj now also recognizes parts of a camelCase word.
Improved location list navigation with the use of portals
Portal.nvim has received a full plugin rewrite! This rewrite brings a host of new features, simplified user API, and plenty of code cleanup. A few notable changes:
- Simplified user command and lua API
- Builtin support for the
- Ability to filter search results
- Ability to query multiple location lists in a single search
Check it out!
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