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Neovim is a refactor - and sometimes redactor - in the tradition of Vim, which itself derives from Stevie. It is not a rewrite, but a continuation and extension of Vim. Many rewrites, clones, emulators and imitators exist; some are very clever, but none are Vim. Neovim strives to be a superset of Vim, notwithstanding some intentionally removed misfeatures; excepting those few and carefully-considered excisions, Neovim is Vim. It is built for users who want the good parts of Vim, without compromise, and more.

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Source Files
Filename Size Changed 0000000057 57 Bytes
neovim-0.9.2.tar.gz 0011580390 11 MB
neovim.changes 0000076527 74.7 KB
neovim.spec 0000008015 7.83 KB
spec-template 0000000235 235 Bytes
suse-spec-template 0000001234 1.21 KB
sysinit.vim 0000000259 259 Bytes
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Eric Renfro's avatar

psi-jack wrote

This has current issues with Home and End keys in tmux. Neovim developers confirmed, and have suggested this is openSUSE-specific. Reference:

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