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CREATED

2022-02-02

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✨ Features

⚡ Requirements

[!NOTE] [1] All downloadable Nerd Fonts contain icons which are used by AstroNvim. Install the Nerd Font of your choice to your system and in your terminal emulator settings, set its font face to that Nerd Font. If you are using AstroNvim on a remote system via SSH, you do not need to install the font on the remote system.

[!NOTE] [2] Note when using default theme: For MacOS, the default terminal does not have true color support. You will need to use iTerm2, Kitty, WezTerm, or another terminal emulator that has true color support.

🛠️ Installation

AstroNvim is provided as a plugin that can be installed with the lazy.nvim plugin manager and then used to import all of the plugin configurations that AstroNvim provides. To quickly get started it is recommended to start with the official AstroNvim Template which provides a great starting point for a new AstroNvim based configuration.

Linux/Mac OS (Unix)

Make a backup of your current nvim and shared folder

mv ~/.config/nvim ~/.config/nvim.bak
mv ~/.local/share/nvim ~/.local/share/nvim.bak
mv ~/.local/state/nvim ~/.local/state/nvim.bak
mv ~/.cache/nvim ~/.cache/nvim.bak

Clone the template repository

git clone --depth 1 https://github.com/AstroNvim/template ~/.config/nvim
rm -rf ~/.config/nvim/.git
nvim

Windows (Powershell)

Make a backup of your current nvim and nvim-data folder

Rename-Item -Path $env:LOCALAPPDATA\nvim -NewName $env:LOCALAPPDATA\nvim.bak
Rename-Item -Path $env:LOCALAPPDATA\nvim-data -NewName $env:LOCALAPPDATA\nvim-data.bak

Clone the repository

git clone --depth 1 https://github.com/AstroNvim/template $env:LOCALAPPDATA\nvim
Remove-Item $env:LOCALAPPDATA\nvim\.git -Recurse -Force
nvim

Minimal ~/.config/nvim/init.lua

Some user's might not want to use an entire template or do any customization. Here is a minimal ~/.config/nvim/init.lua file that simply set's up a base AstroNvim installation:

local lazypath = vim.fn.stdpath "data" .. "/lazy/lazy.nvim"
if not (vim.uv or vim.loop).fs_stat(lazypath) then
  -- stylua: ignore
  vim.fn.system({ "git", "clone", "--filter=blob:none", "https://github.com/folke/lazy.nvim.git", "--branch=stable", lazypath })
end
vim.opt.rtp:prepend(lazypath)

require("lazy").setup { "AstroNvim/AstroNvim", version = "^4", import = "astronvim.plugins" }

📦 Basic Setup

Install LSP

Enter :LspInstall followed by the name of the server you want to install Example: :LspInstall pyright

Install language parser

Enter :TSInstall followed by the name of the language you want to install Example: :TSInstall python

Install Debugger

Enter :DapInstall followed by the name of the debugger you want to install Example: :DapInstall python

Manage plugins

Run :Lazy check to check for plugin updates

Run :Lazy update to apply any pending plugin updates

Run :Lazy clean to remove any disabled or unused plugins

Run :Lazy sync to update and clean plugins

Update AstroNvim Packages

Run :AstroUpdate (<leader>pa) to update both Neovim plugins and Mason packages

🗒️ Links

📹 Videos

There have been some great review videos released by members of the community! Here are a few:

🚀 Contributing

If you plan to contribute, please check the contribution guidelines first.

⭐ Credits

Sincere appreciation to the following repositories, plugin authors and the entire neovim community out there that made the development of AstroNvim possible.

Lua