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Fork of Vim aiming at extensibility and usability

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Guest

$210 USD since Mar 2021

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Guest

$100 USD since May 2021

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Lars Hansen

$80 USD since Feb 2021

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Clinton Lee Jenkins

$60 USD since Feb 2021

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Chaitanya Ghone

$50 USD since Dec 2020

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Michael Ryan Dempsey

$50 USD since Jan 2021

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Sabrina

$50 USD since Feb 2021

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Guest

$50 USD since May 2021

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Guest

$40 USD since Feb 2021

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Incognito

$40 USD since Mar 2021

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Greg Werbin

$35 USD since Dec 2020

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Sanchayan Maity

$25 USD since Nov 2020

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Guest

$25 USD since May 2021

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Incognito

$24 USD since Jun 2021

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tkolleh

$20 USD since Oct 2020

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Github Sponsors

$16k USD since Oct 2020

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CoScreen, Inc.

$100 USD since Jan 2021

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Salesforce

$50 USD since Jan 2021

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Github Sponsors

$15,832 USD

Guest

$210 USD

Guest

$100 USD

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$50 USD

Salesforce

$50 USD

Sabrina

$50 USD

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+$1.00USD
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Today’s balance

$15,314.96 USD

Total raised

$15,314.96 USD

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Estimated annual budget

$15,506.62 USD

About


What is Neovim?

 Neovim is a Vim-based text editor engineered for extensibility and usability, to encourage new applications and contributions

Vision 

 Neovim is a refactor, and sometimes redactor, in the tradition of Vim (which itself derives from Stevie). It is not a rewrite but a continuation and extension of Vim. Many clones and derivatives exist, some very clever—but none are Vim. Neovim is built for users who want the good parts of Vim, and more. 

Goals

  • Enable new contributors, remove barriers to entry.
  • Unblock plugin authors.
  • Develop first-class Lua/LuaJIT scripting alternative to VimL.
  • Target all platforms supported by libuv.
  • Leverage ongoing Vim development.
  • Optimize out of the box, for new users but especially regular users.
  • Deliver consistent cross-platform experience.
  • In matters of taste/ambiguity, favor tradition/compatibility...
  • ...but prefer usability if the benefits are extreme.

Non-goals

  • Turn Vim into an IDE
  • Limit third-party applications (such as IDEs!) built with Neovim
  • Deprecate VimL
  • POSIX vi-compatibility


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