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Onivim 2
Oni is a modern take on modal editing - a code editor focused on developer productivity. Created and maintained by
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Jordan ⚛️🆁 5h
These are some of the most basic, and important features for navigating a codebase, and it has been so incredibly hard to setup something like this that just works in plain Vim. Can't wait to use and have all of this "Just Work".
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Onivim 2 Dec 5
has made a ton of improvements lately... one new feature that he added: workspace search! Oh, and a totally revamped, more performant file explorer, too 😎
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Onivim 2 Dec 5
For sure! We're still working on VSCode extension compatibility - but afterwards, supporting and first-class would provide some really exciting possibilities for customization. Some ideas here:
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Kaiyes Ansary Dec 3
Replying to @jordwalke @oni_vim
I wish takes this in heart. There is so much potential for a code editor. VS code proved it. SO there's still a place for fresh new approaches like oni2
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Onivim 2 Dec 4
Replying to @marcelloseri
Thank you ! Hopefully just keeps getting faster!
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Sean Grove Dec 4
And such a nice gentleman as well! Also worth watching his talk on Onivim 2 (), really well presented.
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Bryan Phelps Nov 29
Awesome talk by ! Really fun to hear about the evolution of and And thanks for mentioning !
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Onivim 2 Nov 20
In a very short time, has: - Revamped our command-palette and Menu into a unified experience - Revamped our tabs to support mouse interactions - Created pure-functional animations in ...and more! Welcome ! Can't wait for what you build next 😎
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ReactiveConf Nov 20
Did you hear about code editor ? How did it improve performance? Watch his creator, , relieving its story and challenges ⭐️ 🎬 🎬
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William Stanley Nov 19
If plugin integration was released I could make my daily editor, its so close to perfect.
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Onivim 2 Nov 19
Replying to @cpt_silverfox
Working hard to get there!
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Onivim 2 Nov 18
Replying to @jbddc
Will be! We're working on it right now.
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Onivim 2 Nov 18
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Sean Grove Nov 18
At we got to see talk about building a world-class editor in . I love how the talks on Reason are more and more about building *real* things, not hypothetical applications of type systems. Fantastic talk!
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Rik van der Kemp Nov 17
Very excited by the project. Just got a license!
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Onivim 2 Nov 17
Replying to @rikvanderkemp
Thanks for supporting the project, !
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Victor Jaquez Nov 11
Replying to @oni_vim
looks promising
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Jordan ⚛️🆁 Nov 6
So cool to see other companies using new license models similar to 's (announced last May). Sustainable commercial software/services with anti-lock-in, time-delayed open sourcing. Financial sustainability for OSS.
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ReactiveConf Oct 30
Did you hear about code editor ? How did it improve performance? His creator, is relieving its story and challenges on Discovery stage right now⭐️
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Miguel Laginha Nov 1
Replying to @drchuck @code and 2 others
you’ll want to try as vim emulation is a bit slow. Beta version available soon, but you can try the alpha nightly builds I think.
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