SpaceVim is a community-driven modular vim distribution. It manages collections of plugins in layers, which help collect related packages together to provide IDE-like features. SpaceVim is not just a vimrc but an ultimate Vim configuration, It contains many built-in features.
The last release is v0.9.0, check out following-HEAD page for what happened since last release.
See the followings below for more information:
If you have any questions about SpaceVim, please follow the Getting Help Guide.
Here is a throughput graph of the repository for the last few weeks:
This is a list of latest features implemented in SpaceVim:
Use toml as default configuration
here is an example for using toml as SpaceVim config:
# This is basic configuration example for SpaceVim # All SpaceVim option below [option] section [options] # set spacevim theme. by default colorscheme layer is not loaded, # if you want to use more colorscheme, please load the colorscheme # layer colorscheme = "gruvbox" colorscheme_bg = "dark" # Disable guicolors in basic mode, many terminal do not support 24bit # true colors enable_guicolors = false # Disable statusline separator, if you want to use other value, please # install nerd fonts statusline_separator = "nil" statusline_inactive_separator = "bar" buffer_index_type = 4 windows_index_type = 3 enable_tabline_filetype_icon = false enable_statusline_mode = false statusline_unicode_symbols = false # Enable vim compatible mode, avoid changing origin vim key bindings vimcompatible = true # Enable autocomplete layer [[layers]] name = 'autocomplete' auto-completion-return-key-behavior = "complete" auto-completion-tab-key-behavior = "cycle" [[layers]] name = 'shell' default_position = 'top' default_height = 30
SpaceVim uses powerful iedit mode to quick edit multiple occurrences of a symbol or selection. Two new modes:
The default color for iedit is
green which is based on the current colorscheme.
Highlight cursor symbol
SpaceVim supports highlighting of the current symbol on demand and adds a transient state to easily navigate and rename this symbol.
With this feature, vim will display the searching result as you type. Of course, it is running asynchronously. Before using this feature, you need to install a searching tool. FlyGrep works through search tools:
grep, Choose one you like.
You don't need to remember any key bindings, as the mapping guide will show up after the SPC is pressed. The mapping guide is also available for
use SPC h d k to get the help description of a key binding, and
gd to find definition of key bindings.
create an UI for dein.vim - the best asynchronous vim plugin manager
For more features, please read SpaceVim's Blog
├─ .ci/ build automation ├─ .github/ issue/PR templates ├─ .SpaceVim.d/ project specific configuration ├─ autoload/SpaceVim.vim SpaceVim core file ├─ autoload/SpaceVim/api/ Public APIs ├─ autoload/SpaceVim/layers/ available layers ├─ autoload/SpaceVim/plugins/ buildin plugins ├─ autoload/SpaceVim/mapping/ mapping guide ├─ doc/ help(cn/en) ├─ docs/ website(cn/en) ├─ wiki/ wiki(cn/en) ├─ bin/ executable └─ test/ tests
The best way to support SpaceVim is to contribute to it either by reporting bugs, helping the community on the Gitter Chat or sending pull requests.
For more info please check our development guidelines.
If you want to show your support financially you can buy a drink for the maintainer by clicking following icon.
Credits & Thanks
This project exists thanks to all the people who have contributed: