My personal Neovim configuration, which keeps the structure simple and straightforward by logically distributing the configuration into various directories. Aims to be highly customizable and have no hacks.
This configuration doesn’t break any of Neovim’s default keymaps,
s, the source-level equivalent of
s is used as
the easymotion-prefix(In fact the functionality of easymotion is
provided by a plugin called hop.nvim).
Except for the entry file init.vim, all configuration is done by Lua. The reason to use init.vim instead of init.lua is to maintain support for classic Vim or Vim emulators such as IdeaVim, VSCodeVim, or FakeVim that partially support VimScript.
This configuration contains more than 100 plugins, but the configuration of each plugin is placed in a separate file, and these files are classified into different modules according to the function of the plugin and placed in different folders.
In addition, all configuration options and keymaps for each plugin are listed in their respective files, making it easy to adjust individual options without having to look up the manual.
The configuration structure is as shown in the figure below.
Lua Space Core Module lspconfig.lua keymaps.lua Keymap for lazy treesitter.lua loading plugins ...other files init.vim init.lua Interface Module Entry, Vim common All Neovim-specific configuration configuration bufferline.lua lualine.lua plugins.lua Plugin management, ...other files calling each module ...other modules
lua core # Core plugins, often depended on by other plugins lspconfig.lua treesitter.lua ... debug # Debug and run dap.lua dap-ui.lua ... edit # Text edting cmp.lua copilot.lua ... efficiency # Efficiency Improvement session-manager.lua telescope.lua ... interface # Interface Extension bufferline.lua lualine.lua ... language # Language Specific jdtls.lua tex.lua tool # Tool Integration gitsigns.lua tree.lua ... plugins.lua # Plugin management keymaps.lua # Keymap for lazy loading plugins init.lua # All Neovim-specific configuration .gitignore stylua.toml LICENSE README.org ginit.vim # Neovim-qt configuration init.vim # Vim common configuration