• ѕєχυαℓ ρσℓутσρє
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    2 months ago

    EndeavourOS ftw imo

    In any case, I end up wasting all that saved time on the semiannual rewrite of my neovim config anyway.

    • @Stubb
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      152 months ago
      • be satisfied with neovim config
      • see someone has created a shiny new config on github
      • add similar stuff your config
      • break everything
      • spend a week fixing everything
      • be satisfied with neovim config
      • repeat the above steps indefinitely
      • Kata1yst
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        72 months ago

        Over the years of using Vim both professionally and for my own uses, I’ve learned to just install LunarVim and only add a handful of packages/overrides. Otherwise I just waste too much time tinkering and not doing the things I need to.

      • ѕєχυαℓ ρσℓутσρє
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        I usually keep most of the config. I just move them around to make it more comprehensive. The only time I made a huge change during a rewrite was when I learnt about treesitter textobjects.

    • GreenDot 💚
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      42 months ago

      I agree, also thanks neovim 0.10 making me spent half a day tracking that obscure line that was throwing errors.