Those who know me, probably already know that Doom Emacs has been my daily driver for a last years now.
and that recently neovim has piqued my interest.
I already wrote about Lunar NVim
Today I discovered Doom-Nvim
Port of (sorta) Doom emacs to neovim ecosystem.
What is not to like ? 😄
As I wrote in Lunar NVim post, I am happy with Doom emacs. But this might make me switch back to (n)vim 😄
But seriously, I have used it only for couple of hours 1
Things I miss
- ltex-ls : LSP for text ? Gives me grammar tips (and spell checks)
- projectile : Switch between different projects easily, have multiple projects open in different tabs at the same time.
- magit : There is neogit, and it is bit behind in terms of maturity I think. e.g. I could not add new file from
There may be equivalent for both of these in neovim ecosystem, I just have not looked yet.
So while I won’t switch away from Doom emacs tomorrow, there is a high chance that I’ll look for equivalents here, and give an honest try to make this my new IDE
But I find this more aligned with my muscle memory, so I’m definitely switching away from Lunar NVim
(Ironically, I found out about Doom Nvim in a reddit thread reviewing Lunar Nvim 😆
I wrote this entire entry in Doom-nvim. Talk about meta! ↩︎