neovim scripting notes

Oct 20, 2023

to print a table, neovim has a handy function vim.inspect. I used it to inspect a table of colors like so:

:lua print(vim.inspect(require("mini.base16").mini_palette("#252A39", "#CBCCC6", 75)))

open the output of a command in a split

:new | 0read ! ls $HOME

The 0 in 0read is a range argument; it says to insert the output of the following command at the start of the buffer

viewing man pages

:Man tmux will open the man page with a nice format

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