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Info on Python support

In a new section? I do believe it is useful to have on this page in one form or other.

-- Paraknight (talk) 12:23, 3 December 2016 (UTC)Reply[reply]

We expect the users to inspect the optional dependencies of newly installed packages by themselves. If installing python-neovim is all you need to get support for Python plugins, there is no need to mention it here. By the way, the description of the dependency even refers to :help nvim-python. -- Lahwaacz (talk) 12:43, 3 December 2016 (UTC)Reply[reply]

It might be a good idea to list a few often used plugins that are in AUR

I personally like the advantage a global neovim configuration can offer. My computer is shared with siblings. Why not metion and link a few often used plugins that are in the AUR, and maybe even avaialble lsp's. I know I had a hard time even finding neovim-tree-sitter-git only because a few package names will say 'nvim' instead of 'neovim'

I know the best practice is to manage the git plugins through packar or vim-plug, there are just some packages that don't need to be duplicated if it's in the AUR

Just a thought Dedguy21 (talk) Dedguy21 (talk)

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