So this morning, I was a bit frustrated with my Vim setup and decided to wipe it a bit and start over. I did some hard checks against defaults in Neovim and things I caught myself needing to use. That resulted in https://git.jacky.wtf/me/vimrc/src/branch/develop/home/.config/nvim/init.vim (also on GitHub but eh). I think that it’s light enough for anyone to use! Willing to help people who want to get into making Vim work for them too tbh (https://v2.jacky.wtf/post/a031f2ce-6cf1-4a75-ae5e-cd4af278a635)
@jalcine Thanks, picked up some things!
Is it good practice to set config variables before loading plugins? Or is it down to personal choice on how to organise things?
@freedcreative from what I know about the loading order (nothing is loaded or run until after init.vim is done being sourced); it doesn't matter!
@jalcine Cool, thanks!
So, do you just work with netrw for your file manager? No NERDtree or the like?
@freedcreative yeah no need for it for me tbh - I usually wanna find something _IN_ a file. if not that, using projectionist to do contextual switching has helped as well
@jalcine I'll check out projectionist, cheers.
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