Change data directories(!), swap out plugins, improve loading times
Directory structure: - Move plugins installed via vim-plug from `~/.config/nvim/plugged` to `~/.local/share/nvim/plugged`, in keeping with `XDG_DATA_HOME` - Plugin data goes into `~/.local/share/*` as well - vimwiki has moved to `~/.local/share/vimwiki` as well Improve performance: - Only load certain plugins on demand and only for certain file types Update keybindings: - Remove `<leader>p> to reload source - Use `<leader>n`, <leader>N for cycling through location list (e.g. for going through errors - `Ctrl-k` and `Ctrl-l` for cycling through siblings in NERDTree, fits better with German keyboard layout - Goyo is now activated by `<leader>gg` instead of a single `g` New plugins: - fzf.vim: A fuzzy search engine, invoked via `Ctrl-p Ctrl-p` - markdown2ctags: Nicer `ctags` for markdown files (for use in tagbar), doesn't require changing `~/.ctags` any more. - lightline: A small status line, used instead of vim-airline, a bit easier to configure - vim-surround: Provide a surround command to use one *vim motions* to surround text with characters, change e.g. `Hi!` to `<div>Hi!</div>` or swap single for double quotes, all by using `ysiq<div>` - vim-commentary: Comment out code via `gcc` Removed plugins: - ack.vim: Superseded by fzf.vim - vim-airline: Superseded by lightline
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Configuration files for neovim. Good readability, easy to extend.
Suited for German keyboard layouts (fingers rest on
neovim, make sure python is set up correctly.
Organized modularly instead of one giant vimrc for better readability.
init.vimloads the files from the
basic.vimcontains some sensible defaults.
plugins.vimcontains plugin calls.
colors.vimcontains colorscheme settings and some fixes for
ColorColumn(should work with
urxvt, others untested),
keys.vimcontains keybinding settings and neat functions that can be used with
The remaining files are mostly configurations and keybindings for plugins.
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