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- Indexes your whole project, reading your .gitignore to determine which files to index.
- Type long variable names in just a few keystrokes using the mnemonic completion engine.
- Zero configuration. TabNine works out of the box.
- Highly responsive: typically produces a list of suggestions in less than 10 milliseconds.
In your vim/neovim, run command:
:CocCommand to open commands list.
tabnine.openConfig: open config file of TabNine.
Note: to make coc.nvim works better with TabNine, add
"ignore_all_lsp": true to config file of TabNine.
:CocConfig to open user configuration file of coc.nvim.
||Shortcut for TabNine source.||
||Trigger characters of TabNine source.||
||Priority of TabNine source, use value of 'suggest.languageSourcePriority' by default.||
||Use binary at specific path.||
||Disable TabNine for configured filetypes.||
||Disable TabNine when the file path contains a match of any of the provided regexes. For example, add
||Disable TabNine when the current line contains a match of any of the provided regexes. For example, add
Configure TabNine itself by inputting a
special_commands string_ like
TabNine::restart in any buffer and trigger autocomplete. A full list of available
special_commands is available here: https://www.tabnine.com/faq#special_commands
This library does not configure Tabnine's Pro API key, if you've purchased a subscription license. To configure, you'll need to use the
TabNine::config magic string to update your preferences.
Note: An API key is not required to use