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Josh Davis
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+Justin M. Keyes has just been added to the #Neovim  team. He will be taking over some of the management roles that +Thiago Arruda has been doing. This will allow Thiago to focus more on development. Check out the announcement link below for more details on his duties.
Another thing: For now on, tests can be written in lua or moonscript. Initially I have chosen moonscript because I find it very pleasing to read/write, while also taking care of some lua boilerplate, but it's clear that it bothers developers making important contributions to the project(@ZyX-I, ...
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It's absolutely awesome to see #Neovim speeding up this way! 
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Anyone know how to keep whitespace on save?

While I personally prefer whitespace be stripped on save, co-workers are finding it unpleasant when reviewing my code, and they'd prefer I switch it off.

For the life of me I cannot find how this is enabled in the first place.

I don't seem to have this enabled in my nvim config, but something somewhere is still stripping whitespace.

#ns

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Do you have a plug-in installed that is responsible for this?
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I'm confused by the neovim windows download instructions.   It says choose the 64 bit build and go to the artifacts panel.    I've been trying that off and on for weeks - clicking on Environment: GENERATOR=Visual Studio 14 Win64, DEPS_PATH=deps64.   It takes me here https://ci.appveyor.com/project/equalsraf/neovim/branch/tb-mingw/job/9nks81bda8vaehr5/artifacts which says "The build job does not contain any artifacts.".  It always says that from my experience and has for a long time.     Did I do something wrong or is the 64bit build broken?
Trial period expires {{ Session.trialExpires() }}. Select plan to keep running your builds. After trial period is over only projects with public repositories will run. If you have any questions or need to extend your trial feel free to contact us.
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David Barnett

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I'll be thrilled if/when Neovim supports a workflow of seamlessly converting terminal vim sessions to GUI vim and back again.
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+David Barnett - I had the same problem. What you may be missing is a structure to get used to.

Try something like tmux-resurrect:
https://github.com/tmux-plugins/tmux-resurrect

It does require a fairly recent version of tmux and bash but this will only be limiting on really old servers. 

When you get a workflow down - you'll define a work-style. When you have a work-style you'll streamline everything. 

Then you can work remotely like you work locally. And that makes life pretty nice with a lot less hassle and more (business) client options.

Check it out here:
https://vimeo.com/104763018
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This is a new campaign to add a full time developer to Neovim, please donate if you can, every dollar helps !
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tim feirg

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Can I buy neovim logo stickers in China? (while being able to support neovim?)
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The best bet would be to contact UnixStickers to see if they can ship to China: http://www.unixstickers.com/index.php?route=information/contact
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Josh Davis
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The latest newsletter is out. Happy Thanksvimming, all.
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Josh Davis
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The first newsletter is out for the progress of #Neovim. What do you all think?
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Writing a newsletter is a great idea!
I have great hopes for Neovim!
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Josh Davis
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I woke up this morning to over 2,000 (and counting) responses to the Neovim poll. At first I thought the poll was being gamed but then I saw it on the front page of HackerNews.
I am convinced that Vim's greatest asset and risk is Bram Moolenar. Bram is a talented, experienced developer, and I commend him for creating Vim. But he is the only person with write access to Vim's codebase. The primary author of NeoVim is Thiago de Arruda. Thiago tried to work with Bram, ...
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Josh Davis
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The lead developer of Neovim, +Thiago Arruda, just posted a new update detailing the progress of Neovim. Check it out.
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Josh Davis
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The Neovim Bountysource page now supports Team donations. Head over there if you missed the Fundraiser.
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This community is dedicated to Neovim, the project with the goal of bringing Vim into the 21st century.
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Anyone feel like creating a neovim snap?
 
Snapcraft 2.12 is here for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS users. Includes many exciting new features for those who want to package their apps as Snaps and distribute them across multiple operating systems!
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Artemiy Solopov

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Neovim hangs during startup while trying to execute my Python script. Am I doing something wrong?
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Any indication of possible release date?
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aye, I saw this news earlier this week. I posted my question way back, when there wasn't many updates
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Josh Davis
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The fifth newsletter is out today: Out of the Box. Catch up on development and more. 
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+Josh Davis this isn't looking quite as monthly as we had all envisioned ;-)

What's going on?
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Josh Davis
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Take a look at what has been happening in the last month of #Neovim. Things are progressing quite well, I'd say =]
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Henry Kupty

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Would anyone know?

I'm very used to vim bindings, so I also use them while on shell, but I miss things like 'diw' or '3b' and so on on shitty keybinding plugins.

So, when neovim comes to production level, could we use neovim as a 'text editor' for the shell?

http://redd.it/26ua7y
For those of you who use bash or zsh (specially with vi/vim keybindings) I'm a bit curious about this scenario: Vi/Vim bindings for shell tend to be ...
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Yeah, but that's one of the main complaints... vim emulation, vi-style and stuff like that are generally lacking features you use most (in my case, motions... I really wish I could '3kyt:Gp' at the shell, for example...

But in my last comment, I said I'll try to implement a shell atop of neovim... let's see..
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Thiago Arruda
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Script demonstrating how to use Neovim job control for handling asynchronous updates from external processes: http://pastebin.com/hpiCP9Ae








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Josh Davis
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The new website design is here! What do you all think?
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Mobile version looks great
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