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  1. vim-lsp Public

    async language server protocol plugin for vim and neovim

    Vim Script 2.6k 256

  2. async completion in pure vim script for vim8 and neovim

    Vim Script 815 58

  3. Language Server Protocol implementation for Typescript via tsserver

    TypeScript 24 1

  4. experimental quick picker for vim

    Vim Script 77 9

  5. dwm-win32 Public

    dwm port of tiling manager to Window

    C 191 19

  6. rblog Public

    super fast blog engine written in rust. live demo @ https://blog.prabir.me

    Rust 17 3

913 contributions in the last year

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Contribution activity

September 2022

Created 2 repositories
Opened 4 pull requests in 3 repositories
prabirshrestha/rblog 2 merged
prabirshrestha/vim-lsp 1 open
imax9000/ansible-synowebapi 1 open

Created an issue in salvo-rs/salvo that received 10 comments

Add support for caching headers primarily ETag/LastModified/If-Non-Match

I would like to set appropriate caching headers for any responses include html and apis besides file. This improves performance on slow network whe…

10 comments
Opened 26 other issues in 9 repositories
salvo-rs/salvo 5 open 10 closed
ZeroAssumptions/aide-de-camp 3 open
ayrat555/fang 1 closed 1 open
hrsh7th/vim-vital-vs 1 open
geofmureithi/apalis 1 open
imax9000/ansible-synowebapi 1 open
kaj/ructe 1 open
connorskees/grass 1 open
SmilyOrg/photofield 1 open
Started 2 discussions in 2 repositories
ayrat555/fang
salvo-rs/salvo
117 contributions in private repositories Sep 2 – Sep 28

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