LazyVim / LazyVim

Neovim config for the lazy

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LazyVim is a Neovim setup powered by 💤 lazy.nvim to make it easy to customize and extend your config. Rather than having to choose between starting from scratch or using a pre-made distro, LazyVim offers the best of both worlds - the flexibility to tweak your config as needed, along with the convenience of a pre-configured setup.



✨ Features

  • 🔥 Transform your Neovim into a full-fledged IDE
  • 💤 Easily customize and extend your config with lazy.nvim
  • 🚀 Blazingly fast
  • 🧹 Sane default settings for options, autocmds, and keymaps
  • 📦 Comes with a wealth of plugins pre-configured and ready to use

⚡️ Requirements

  • Neovim >= 0.9.0 (needs to be built with LuaJIT)
  • Git >= 2.19.0 (for partial clones support)
  • a Nerd Font (optional)
  • a C compiler for nvim-treesitter. See here

🚀 Getting Started

You can find a starter template for LazyVim here

Try it with Docker
docker run -w /root -it --rm alpine:edge sh -uelic '
  apk add git lazygit neovim ripgrep alpine-sdk --update
  git clone ~/.config/nvim
  cd ~/.config/nvim
Install the LazyVim Starter
  • Make a backup of your current Neovim files:

    mv ~/.config/nvim ~/.config/nvim.bak
    mv ~/.local/share/nvim ~/.local/share/nvim.bak
  • Clone the starter

    git clone ~/.config/nvim
  • Remove the .git folder, so you can add it to your own repo later

    rm -rf ~/.config/nvim/.git
  • Start Neovim!


    Refer to the comments in the files on how to customize LazyVim.

There's a great video created by @elijahmanor with a walkthrough to get started.

Watch the video

@dusty-phillips is working on a book called LazyVim for Ambitious Developers available for free online.

📂 File Structure

The files under config will be automatically loaded at the appropriate time, so you don't need to require those files manually. LazyVim comes with a set of default config files that will be loaded before your own. See here

You can add your custom plugin specs under lua/plugins/. All files there will be automatically loaded by lazy.nvim

├── lua
│   ├── config
│   │   ├── autocmds.lua
│   │   ├── keymaps.lua
│   │   ├── lazy.lua
│   │   └── options.lua
│   └── plugins
│       ├── spec1.lua
│       ├── **
│       └── spec2.lua
└── init.lua

⚙️ Configuration

Refer to the docs


Neovim config for the lazy

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