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Version: 1.3

Example configurations

Every plugin that works with Neovim works with LunarVim, here are some examples to get you started.

hop‚Äč

neovim motions on speed!

{
"phaazon/hop.nvim",
event = "BufRead",
config = function()
require("hop").setup()
vim.api.nvim_set_keymap("n", "s", ":HopChar2<cr>", { silent = true })
vim.api.nvim_set_keymap("n", "S", ":HopWord<cr>", { silent = true })
end,
},

lightspeed‚Äč

jetpack codebase navigation

For a more lightweight, easier-to-use alternative, check out the author's new, work-in-progress plugin, leap.nvim. Example config below.

{
"ggandor/lightspeed.nvim",
event = "BufRead",
},

leap‚Äč

Neovim's answer to the mouse

{
"ggandor/leap.nvim",
name = "leap",
config = function()
require("leap").add_default_mappings()
end,
},

minimap‚Äč

blazing fast minimap/scrollbar written in Rust

{
'wfxr/minimap.vim',
build = "cargo install --locked code-minimap",
-- cmd = {"Minimap", "MinimapClose", "MinimapToggle", "MinimapRefresh", "MinimapUpdateHighlight"},
config = function ()
vim.cmd ("let g:minimap_width = 10")
vim.cmd ("let g:minimap_auto_start = 1")
vim.cmd ("let g:minimap_auto_start_win_enter = 1")
end,
},

numb‚Äč

jump to the line

{
"nacro90/numb.nvim",
event = "BufRead",
config = function()
require("numb").setup {
show_numbers = true, -- Enable 'number' for the window while peeking
show_cursorline = true, -- Enable 'cursorline' for the window while peeking
}
end,
},

nvim-bqf‚Äč

better quickfix window

{
"kevinhwang91/nvim-bqf",
event = { "BufRead", "BufNew" },
config = function()
require("bqf").setup({
auto_enable = true,
preview = {
win_height = 12,
win_vheight = 12,
delay_syntax = 80,
border_chars = { "‚ĒÉ", "‚ĒÉ", "‚ĒĀ", "‚ĒĀ", "‚ĒŹ", "‚Ēď", "‚Ēó", "‚Ēõ", "‚Ėą" },
},
func_map = {
vsplit = "",
ptogglemode = "z,",
stoggleup = "",
},
filter = {
fzf = {
action_for = { ["ctrl-s"] = "split" },
extra_opts = { "--bind", "ctrl-o:toggle-all", "--prompt", "> " },
},
},
})
end,
},

nvim-spectre‚Äč

search and replace

{
"nvim-pack/nvim-spectre",
event = "BufRead",
config = function()
require("spectre").setup()
end,
},

neo-tree‚Äč

neo-tree is a plugin to manage the file system and other tree like structures

{
"nvim-neo-tree/neo-tree.nvim",
branch = "v2.x",
dependencies = {
"nvim-lua/plenary.nvim",
"nvim-tree/nvim-web-devicons",
"MunifTanjim/nui.nvim",
},
config = function()
require("neo-tree").setup({
close_if_last_window = true,
window = {
width = 30,
},
buffers = {
follow_current_file = true,
},
filesystem = {
follow_current_file = true,
filtered_items = {
hide_dotfiles = false,
hide_gitignored = false,
hide_by_name = {
"node_modules"
},
never_show = {
".DS_Store",
"thumbs.db"
},
},
},
})
end
},

After installing ensure to disable nvim-tree it in your config.lua using:

...
lvim.builtin.nvimtree.active = false -- NOTE: using neo-tree
...

rnvimr‚Äč

ranger file explorer window

{
"kevinhwang91/rnvimr",
cmd = "RnvimrToggle",
config = function()
vim.g.rnvimr_draw_border = 1
vim.g.rnvimr_pick_enable = 1
vim.g.rnvimr_bw_enable = 1
end,
},

snap‚Äč

fast finder system

{
"camspiers/snap",
rocks = "fzy",
config = function()
local snap = require "snap"
local layout = snap.get("layout").bottom
local file = snap.config.file:with { consumer = "fzy", layout = layout }
local vimgrep = snap.config.vimgrep:with { layout = layout }
snap.register.command("find_files", file { producer = "ripgrep.file" })
snap.register.command("buffers", file { producer = "vim.buffer" })
snap.register.command("oldfiles", file { producer = "vim.oldfile" })
snap.register.command("live_grep", vimgrep {})
end,
},

vim-matchup‚Äč

navigate and highlight matching words

{
"andymass/vim-matchup",
event = "CursorMoved",
config = function()
vim.g.matchup_matchparen_offscreen = { method = "popup" }
end,
},

-- enable treesitter integration
lvim.builtin.treesitter.matchup.enable = true

nvim-window-picker‚Äč

jump to any window using a selector like the one nvim-tree uses

{
"s1n7ax/nvim-window-picker",
version = "1.*",
config = function()
require("window-picker").setup({
autoselect_one = true,
include_current = false,
filter_rules = {
-- filter using buffer options
bo = {
-- if the file type is one of following, the window will be ignored
filetype = { "neo-tree", "neo-tree-popup", "notify", "quickfix" },

-- if the buffer type is one of following, the window will be ignored
buftype = { "terminal" },
},
},
other_win_hl_color = "#e35e4f",
})
end,
}

-- example mappings you can place in some other place
-- An awesome method to jump to windows
local picker = require('window-picker')

vim.keymap.set("n", ",w", function()
local picked_window_id = picker.pick_window({
include_current_win = true
}) or vim.api.nvim_get_current_win()
vim.api.nvim_set_current_win(picked_window_id)
end, { desc = "Pick a window" })

-- Swap two windows using the awesome window picker
local function swap_windows()
local window = picker.pick_window({
include_current_win = false
})
local target_buffer = vim.fn.winbufnr(window)
-- Set the target window to contain current buffer
vim.api.nvim_win_set_buf(window, 0)
-- Set current window to contain target buffer
vim.api.nvim_win_set_buf(0, target_buffer)
end

vim.keymap.set('n', ',W', swap_windows, { desc = 'Swap windows' })

Git‚Äč

diffview‚Äč

git diff in a single tabpage

{
"sindrets/diffview.nvim",
event = "BufRead",
},

git-blame‚Äč

show git blame

{
"f-person/git-blame.nvim",
event = "BufRead",
config = function()
vim.cmd "highlight default link gitblame SpecialComment"
require("gitblame").setup { enabled = false }
end,
},

gitlinker‚Äč

generate shareable file permalinks for several git web frontend hosts

{
"ruifm/gitlinker.nvim",
event = "BufRead",
config = function()
require("gitlinker").setup {
opts = {
-- remote = 'github', -- force the use of a specific remote
-- adds current line nr in the url for normal mode
add_current_line_on_normal_mode = true,
-- callback for what to do with the url
action_callback = require("gitlinker.actions").open_in_browser,
-- print the url after performing the action
print_url = false,
-- mapping to call url generation
mappings = "<leader>gy",
},
}
end,
dependencies = "nvim-lua/plenary.nvim",
},

octo‚Äč

edit and review GitHub issues and pull requests

{
"pwntester/octo.nvim",
dependencies = {
'nvim-lua/plenary.nvim',
'nvim-telescope/telescope.nvim',
'nvim-tree/nvim-web-devicons',
},
config = function()
require("octo").setup()
end,
},

vim-fugitive‚Äč

git wrapper

{
"tpope/vim-fugitive",
cmd = {
"G",
"Git",
"Gdiffsplit",
"Gread",
"Gwrite",
"Ggrep",
"GMove",
"GDelete",
"GBrowse",
"GRemove",
"GRename",
"Glgrep",
"Gedit"
},
ft = {"fugitive"}
},

vim-gist‚Äč

create/edit Github gists

{
"mattn/vim-gist",
event = "BufRead",
dependencies = "mattn/webapi-vim",
},

Treesitter‚Äč

nvim-ts-autotag‚Äč

autoclose and autorename html tag

{
"windwp/nvim-ts-autotag",
config = function()
require("nvim-ts-autotag").setup()
end,
},

nvim-ts-context-commentstring‚Äč

commentstring option based on the cursor location

{
"JoosepAlviste/nvim-ts-context-commentstring",
event = "BufRead",
},

nvim-ts-rainbow‚Äč

rainbow parentheses

{
"mrjones2014/nvim-ts-rainbow",
},

After installing ensure to enable it in your config.lua using:

...
lvim.builtin.treesitter.rainbow.enable = true
...

playground‚Äč

view treesitter information

{
"nvim-treesitter/playground",
event = "BufRead",
},

nvim-treesitter-context‚Äč

Show current function at the top of the screen when function does not fit in screen

{
"romgrk/nvim-treesitter-context",
config = function()
require("treesitter-context").setup{
enable = true, -- Enable this plugin (Can be enabled/disabled later via commands)
throttle = true, -- Throttles plugin updates (may improve performance)
max_lines = 0, -- How many lines the window should span. Values <= 0 mean no limit.
patterns = { -- Match patterns for TS nodes. These get wrapped to match at word boundaries.
-- For all filetypes
-- Note that setting an entry here replaces all other patterns for this entry.
-- By setting the 'default' entry below, you can control which nodes you want to
-- appear in the context window.
default = {
'class',
'function',
'method',
},
},
}
end
},

Telescope Extensions‚Äč

How to install telescope extensions‚Äč

First add your telescope extension to the list of plugins as usual (lvim.plugins = { ... }) following the extension instructions. There are several ways to register extensions within telescope, but the safer is using the on_config_done callback for telescope. Create the callback function anywhere in your config.lua. This function will be called when telescope has finished loading and will get telescope as its only parameter. Finally, within the on_config_done callback register your extension :

lvim.builtin.telescope.on_config_done = function(telescope)
pcall(telescope.load_extension, "frecency")
pcall(telescope.load_extension, "neoclip")
-- any other extensions loading
end

telescope-fzy-native.nvim‚Äč

fzy style sorter that is compiled

{
"nvim-telescope/telescope-fzy-native.nvim",
build = "make",
event = "BufRead",
},

telescope-project‚Äč

switch between projects

{
"nvim-telescope/telescope-project.nvim",
event = "BufWinEnter",
setup = function()
vim.cmd [[packadd telescope.nvim]]
end,
},

Colorschemes‚Äč

lsp-colors‚Äč

lsp diagnostics highlight groups for non lsp colorschemes

{
"folke/lsp-colors.nvim",
event = "BufRead",
},

lush.nvim‚Äč

colorscheme creation aid

{
"rktjmp/lush.nvim",
},

nvim-colorizer‚Äč

color highlighter

{
"norcalli/nvim-colorizer.lua",
config = function()
require("colorizer").setup({ "css", "scss", "html", "javascript" }, {
RGB = true, -- #RGB hex codes
RRGGBB = true, -- #RRGGBB hex codes
RRGGBBAA = true, -- #RRGGBBAA hex codes
rgb_fn = true, -- CSS rgb() and rgba() functions
hsl_fn = true, -- CSS hsl() and hsla() functions
css = true, -- Enable all CSS features: rgb_fn, hsl_fn, names, RGB, RRGGBB
css_fn = true, -- Enable all CSS *functions*: rgb_fn, hsl_fn
})
end,
},

LSP Enhancement‚Äč

cmp-tabnine‚Äč

TabNine completion engine for hrsh7th/nvim-cmp

{
"tzachar/cmp-tabnine",
build = "./install.sh",
dependencies = "hrsh7th/nvim-cmp",
event = "InsertEnter",
},

goto-preview‚Äč

previewing goto definition calls

{
"rmagatti/goto-preview",
config = function()
require('goto-preview').setup {
width = 120; -- Width of the floating window
height = 25; -- Height of the floating window
default_mappings = false; -- Bind default mappings
debug = false; -- Print debug information
opacity = nil; -- 0-100 opacity level of the floating window where 100 is fully transparent.
post_open_hook = nil -- A function taking two arguments, a buffer and a window to be ran as a hook.
-- You can use "default_mappings = true" setup option
-- Or explicitly set keybindings
-- vim.cmd("nnoremap gpd <cmd>lua require('goto-preview').goto_preview_definition()<CR>")
-- vim.cmd("nnoremap gpi <cmd>lua require('goto-preview').goto_preview_implementation()<CR>")
-- vim.cmd("nnoremap gP <cmd>lua require('goto-preview').close_all_win()<CR>")
}
end
},

lsp-rooter‚Äč

cwd to the project's root directory

{
"ahmedkhalf/lsp-rooter.nvim",
event = "BufRead",
config = function()
require("lsp-rooter").setup()
end,
},

lsp_signature.nvim‚Äč

hint when you type

{
"ray-x/lsp_signature.nvim",
event = "BufRead",
config = function() require"lsp_signature".on_attach() end,
},

symbols-outline.nvim‚Äč

a tree like view for symbols

{
"simrat39/symbols-outline.nvim",
config = function()
require('symbols-outline').setup()
end
},

trouble.nvim‚Äč

diagnostics, references, telescope results, quickfix and location lists

{
"folke/trouble.nvim",
cmd = "TroubleToggle",
},

Also define keybindings in config.lua

lvim.builtin.which_key.mappings["t"] = {
name = "Diagnostics",
t = { "<cmd>TroubleToggle<cr>", "trouble" },
w = { "<cmd>TroubleToggle workspace_diagnostics<cr>", "workspace" },
d = { "<cmd>TroubleToggle document_diagnostics<cr>", "document" },
q = { "<cmd>TroubleToggle quickfix<cr>", "quickfix" },
l = { "<cmd>TroubleToggle loclist<cr>", "loclist" },
r = { "<cmd>TroubleToggle lsp_references<cr>", "references" },
},

General‚Äč

auto-save‚Äč

automatically saving your work whenever you make changes to it

{
"Pocco81/auto-save.nvim",
config = function()
require("auto-save").setup()
end,
},

codi.vim‚Äč

interactive scratchpad for hackers

{
"metakirby5/codi.vim",
cmd = "Codi",
},

copilot.lua and copilot-cmp‚Äč

your AI pair programmer

table.insert(lvim.plugins, {
"zbirenbaum/copilot-cmp",
event = "InsertEnter",
dependencies = { "zbirenbaum/copilot.lua" },
config = function()
vim.defer_fn(function()
require("copilot").setup() -- https://github.com/zbirenbaum/copilot.lua/blob/master/README.md#setup-and-configuration
require("copilot_cmp").setup() -- https://github.com/zbirenbaum/copilot-cmp/blob/master/README.md#configuration
end, 100)
end,
})

Make sure to run :Lazy load copilot-cmp followed by :Copilot auth once the plugin is installed to start the authentication process.

dial.nvim‚Äč

extended incrementing/decrementing

{
"monaqa/dial.nvim",
event = "BufRead",
config = function()
local dial = require "dial"
vim.cmd [[
nmap <C-a> <Plug>(dial-increment)
nmap <C-x> <Plug>(dial-decrement)
vmap <C-a> <Plug>(dial-increment)
vmap <C-x> <Plug>(dial-decrement)
vmap g<C-a> <Plug>(dial-increment-additional)
vmap g<C-x> <Plug>(dial-decrement-additional)
]]

dial.augends["custom#boolean"] = dial.common.enum_cyclic {
name = "boolean",
strlist = { "true", "false" },
}
table.insert(dial.config.searchlist.normal, "custom#boolean")

-- For Languages which prefer True/False, e.g. python.
dial.augends["custom#Boolean"] = dial.common.enum_cyclic {
name = "Boolean",
strlist = { "True", "False" },
}
table.insert(dial.config.searchlist.normal, "custom#Boolean")
end,
},

glow.nvim‚Äč

preview markdown in neovim

-- You must install glow globally
-- https://github.com/charmbracelet/glow
-- yay -S glow
{
"npxbr/glow.nvim",
ft = {"markdown"}
-- build = "yay -S glow"
},

markdown-preview.nvim‚Äč

preview markdown in the browser

{
"iamcco/markdown-preview.nvim",
build = "cd app && npm install",
ft = "markdown",
config = function()
vim.g.mkdp_auto_start = 1
end,
},

neoscroll‚Äč

smooth scrolling

{
"karb94/neoscroll.nvim",
event = "WinScrolled",
config = function()
require('neoscroll').setup({
-- All these keys will be mapped to their corresponding default scrolling animation
mappings = {'<C-u>', '<C-d>', '<C-b>', '<C-f>',
'<C-y>', '<C-e>', 'zt', 'zz', 'zb'},
hide_cursor = true, -- Hide cursor while scrolling
stop_eof = true, -- Stop at <EOF> when scrolling downwards
use_local_scrolloff = false, -- Use the local scope of scrolloff instead of the global scope
respect_scrolloff = false, -- Stop scrolling when the cursor reaches the scrolloff margin of the file
cursor_scrolls_alone = true, -- The cursor will keep on scrolling even if the window cannot scroll further
easing_function = nil, -- Default easing function
pre_hook = nil, -- Function to run before the scrolling animation starts
post_hook = nil, -- Function to run after the scrolling animation ends
})
end
},

neuron‚Äč

next generation note-taking

 {"oberblastmeister/neuron.nvim"},

nvim-lastplace‚Äč

pick up where you left off

 {
"ethanholz/nvim-lastplace",
event = "BufRead",
config = function()
require("nvim-lastplace").setup({
lastplace_ignore_buftype = { "quickfix", "nofile", "help" },
lastplace_ignore_filetype = {
"gitcommit", "gitrebase", "svn", "hgcommit",
},
lastplace_open_folds = true,
})
end,
},

persistence‚Äč

simple session management

{
"folke/persistence.nvim",
event = "BufReadPre", -- this will only start session saving when an actual file was opened
module = "persistence",
config = function()
require("persistence").setup {
dir = vim.fn.expand(vim.fn.stdpath "config" .. "/session/"),
options = { "buffers", "curdir", "tabpages", "winsize" },
}
end,
},

Also define keybindings in your config.lua

  lvim.builtin.which_key.mappings["S"]= {
name = "Session",
c = { "<cmd>lua require('persistence').load()<cr>", "Restore last session for current dir" },
l = { "<cmd>lua require('persistence').load({ last = true })<cr>", "Restore last session" },
Q = { "<cmd>lua require('persistence').stop()<cr>", "Quit without saving session" },
}

todo-comments.nvim‚Äč

highlight and search for todo comments

{
"folke/todo-comments.nvim",
event = "BufRead",
config = function()
require("todo-comments").setup()
end,
},

vim-cursorword‚Äč

underlines the word under the cursor

{
"itchyny/vim-cursorword",
event = {"BufEnter", "BufNewFile"},
config = function()
vim.api.nvim_command("augroup user_plugin_cursorword")
vim.api.nvim_command("autocmd!")
vim.api.nvim_command("autocmd FileType NvimTree,lspsagafinder,dashboard,vista let b:cursorword = 0")
vim.api.nvim_command("autocmd WinEnter * if &diff || &pvw | let b:cursorword = 0 | endif")
vim.api.nvim_command("autocmd InsertEnter * let b:cursorword = 0")
vim.api.nvim_command("autocmd InsertLeave * let b:cursorword = 1")
vim.api.nvim_command("augroup END")
end
},

vim-repeat‚Äč

enable repeating supported plugin maps with "."

{ "tpope/vim-repeat" },

vim-sanegx‚Äč

open url with gx

{
"felipec/vim-sanegx",
event = "BufRead",
},

vim-surround‚Äč

mappings to delete, change and add surroundings

{
"tpope/vim-surround",

-- make sure to change the value of `timeoutlen` if it's not triggering correctly, see https://github.com/tpope/vim-surround/issues/117
-- setup = function()
-- vim.o.timeoutlen = 500
-- end
},

vim-wakatime‚Äč

metrics, insights, and time tracking automatically generated from your programming activity

{
"wakatime/vim-wakatime"
}

Once installed and synced, add your WakaTime API Key via :WakaTimeApiKey command

Language specific‚Äč

bracey‚Äč

live edit html, css, and javascript

{
"turbio/bracey.vim",
cmd = {"Bracey", "BracyStop", "BraceyReload", "BraceyEval"},
build = "npm install --prefix server",
},

vim-bundler‚Äč

lightweight support for ruby's bundler

{
"tpope/vim-bundler",
cmd = {"Bundler", "Bopen", "Bsplit", "Btabedit"}
},

vim-rails‚Äč

edit ruby on rails applications

{
"tpope/vim-rails",
cmd = {
"Eview",
"Econtroller",
"Emodel",
"Smodel",
"Sview",
"Scontroller",
"Vmodel",
"Vview",
"Vcontroller",
"Tmodel",
"Tview",
"Tcontroller",
"Rails",
"Generate",
"Runner",
"Extract"
}
},