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ur4ltz / init.lua
Created March 23, 2023 17:42 — forked from VonHeikemen/init.lua
nvim-lspconfig + nvim-cmp setup
View init.lua
LSP: (optional) (optional)
ur4ltz / find.go
Created December 27, 2021 14:33 — forked from YuriyNasretdinov/find.go
View find.go
package main
import (
View googletranslate.lua
function babelfish(lang, query)
lang = lang or "en"
query = query or ""
if lang == "en" or query == "" then
return query
ur4ltz /
Created October 20, 2021 04:16 — forked from jseabold/
Use Google Translate API from Python
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
You need to fill in your API key from google below. Note that querying
supported languages is not implemented.
Language Code
-------- ----
Afrikaans af
Albanian sq
Arabic ar
ur4ltz / company-yasnippet.el
Created June 25, 2021 16:04 — forked from sebastiencs/company-yasnippet.el
company with yasnippet
View company-yasnippet.el
;; With this code, yasnippet will expand the snippet if company didn't complete the word
;; replace company-complete-common with company-complete if you're using it
(advice-add 'company-complete-common :before (lambda () (setq my-company-point (point))))
(advice-add 'company-complete-common :after (lambda ()
(when (equal my-company-point (point))
ur4ltz / lua-lsp.lua
Created May 12, 2021 18:53 — forked from folke/lua-lsp.lua
Correct sumneko lua lsp setup for init.lua and plugin development
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-- put this file somewhere in your nvim config, like: ~/.config/nvim/lua/config/lua-lsp.lua
-- usage: require'lspconfig'.sumneko_lua.setup(require("config.lua-lsp"))
local library = {}
local path = vim.split(package.path, ";")
-- this is the ONLY correct way to setup your path
table.insert(path, "lua/?.lua")
table.insert(path, "lua/?/init.lua")
ur4ltz /
Created May 10, 2021 13:58 — forked from romainl/
The right way to override any highlighting if you don't want to edit the colorscheme file directly

The right way to override any highlighting if you don't want to edit the colorscheme file directly

Suppose you have weird taste and you absolutely want:

  • your visual selection to always have a green background and black foreground,
  • your active statusline to always have a white background and red foreground,
  • your very own deep blue background.

Your first reflex is probably to put those lines somewhere in your vimrc:

ur4ltz / import.vim
Created May 4, 2021 21:25 — forked from mg979/import.vim
Import Ultisnips snippets in vim-vsnip
View import.vim
" ========================================================================///
" Description: import UltiSnips snippets as VsCode snippets for vim-vsnip
" File: import.vim
" Author: Gianmaria Bajo <>
" License: MIT
" Created: dom 09 agosto 2020 13:14:35
" Modified: dom 09 agosto 2020 15:33:32
" ========================================================================///
function! import#snippets(ask_confirm) abort
ur4ltz / livereload.lua
Created April 19, 2021 03:20 — forked from windwp/livereload.lua
livereload for plugin development on lua
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#Neovim Trick
Live Reload on plugin development and init.lua
# Demo
# How
* [ ] code