nacro90/numb.nvim

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CREATED

2021-04-05

UPDATED

3 months ago

packer

require('packer').startup(function()
  use 'nacro90/numb.nvim'
end)

paq

require "paq" { 
  'nacro90/numb.nvim'
}

numb.nvim

numb.nvim is a Neovim plugin that peeks lines of the buffer in non-obtrusive way.

Features

Peeking the buffer while entering command :{number}

demo

The colorscheme is vim-substrata

Installation

Packer

use 'nacro90/numb.nvim'

Paq

paq 'nacro90/numb.nvim'

Plug

Plug 'nacro90/numb.nvim'

Usage

Setup with default options:

require('numb').setup()

If you are using a init.vim instead of init.lua, you will need to load the plugin like this:

:lua require('numb').setup()

Disable the plugin globally:

require('numb').disable()

After you disable the plugin, you can re-enable it by calling the setup again.

Options

You can customize the behaviour with following:

require('numb').setup{
   show_numbers = true, -- Enable 'number' for the window while peeking
   show_cursorline = true, -- Enable 'cursorline' for the window while peeking
   number_only = false, -- Peek only when the command is only a number instead of when it starts with a number
}

After running setup, you are good to go. You can try with entering a number to the vim command line like :3.

When you disable numb, your options are kept in the module level. So after you disable it, if you call setup() with no overrides, numb will be enabled with your customized options (or default ones if you don't have any). You can override the options again with calling setup{...} as mentioned above.