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#nii-nvim: a no-nonsense neovim configuration


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Nii-nvim is a very minimal neovim configuration focused on creating a functional editor with a minimal amount of code. Nii-nvim also keeps the user in mind by being very extensible and well documented. Nii-nvim is finally out of heavy development, thus the project should be considered mostly stable

#Why nii-nvim?

There are many neovim configurations that exist (i.e. NvChad, Lunar Vim, SpaceVim, etc.), however, many of these configurations suffer from a host of problems.

  • Some configurations (like NvChad), have very abstracted and complex codebases.
  • Others rely on having as much overall functionality as possible (like LunarVim).

While none of this is bad, there are some problems that can arise from these choices:

  • Complex codebases lead to less freedom for end-user extensibility and configuration, as there is more reliance on the maintainer of said code.
  • Users may not use half of what is made available to them simply because they don't need all of that functionality, so all of it may not be necessary.

nii-nvim provides a solution to these problems by providing only the necessary code in order to make a functioning configuration. The end goal of nii-nvim is to be used as a base config for users to extend and add upon, leading to a more unique editing experience.

Also the name is cute. (・3・)


  • neovim 5.0 or greater
  • fzf
  • git
  • A Nerd Font
  • ripgrep
  • Python 3


  • Heavy focus on both in-source documentation as well as external documentation.
  • Sane Keybinds for extra added functionality
  • Small codebase for easy extensibility
  • A handful of plugins that build off neovim's strengths
  • Swag (and Minimalism!!)


Contributions are always appreciated! If you would like to contribute, please check out CONTIBUTING.md in the repository root. If you like sending patches using git's built-in email features, please send all patches to the nii-nvim-devel mailing list.


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