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Lorenzo Stoakes

Edited 1 month ago
Anyone using neovim for kernel dev with with lsp, telescope et al.?

Asking for a friend, as am emacs users but perhaps others can help peace between the editors?
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@ljs vim myself. Mostly readonly flow but... I might be able to answer?

I also tried neovim recently for python stuff, so I might be able to answer too... who knows!

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@mathieu hit me son

What plugins do you use and how and all of that
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@ljs hahaha. I was so expecting a really specific question. Give me a few. I guess the neovim config might be more apt then, I use LSP with python too so ...
So here goes nothing:

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@ljs
(for brievety I'll only include repo name, everything is hosted on gh nowdays, for better or worse).

pluging mgmt: lazy.nvim
lsp: nvim-lspconfig ( This one is really good, lsp can be a bitch to setup on nvim, and it comes pre-conf with a lot of languages).
autocompletion: nvim-cmp
fuzzy search: telescope.nvim with telescope-fzf-native.nvim
But honestly I don't use fuzzy search, I'm too engrained in my old rg ways etc.
ui: lualine.nvim / bufferline.nvim
misc: nvim-treesitter / neorg

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@ljs treesiter is really good. neorg is a modernized replacement for orgmode. It's not there yet.

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@mathieu cool thanks, guy who asked is not on here but is monitoring thread, I pinged also.

Peace may well break out between emacs and vim users after all
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@ljs if you need a TreeView (I just can't use them) then nvim-tree.lua is quite good.

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