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Title: Some pointers for Vim
Date: 2023-05-13 11:00
Modified: 2023-05-22 09:00
Lang: en
Author: Fabrice
Category: software
Tags: vim, neovim
Slug: nvim
Status: draft
table-of-contents: true
Header_Cover: ../images/covers/hand-fan.jpg
Summary: Some information I would have love to learn earlier in (Neo)Vim.
[Neovim]( is a modal text editor, a direct heir from the one
and only [Vim](, which inherited the title from
This text editor family is quite widespread, and it's not uncommon to end up
with life choices such as [Vim vs
Emacs]( when looking for
a text editor.
Aside from trolls, I'm an everyday Vim/Neovim user to write code, [some
emails]({filename}../tips/, take notes, write this blog…
However, if you are already a vim-user or simply interested in it and already
tried, you may have noticed that the learning curve can be steep, and it is
somewhat difficult to find some useful pieces of information, especially when we
don't even know it exists.
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