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tjdevries/README.md

TJ DeVries

I am a:

Contact Information:

  • Email: devries.timothyj <at> gmail.com
  • Discord: TJ DeVries#4375

Projects:

  • 🔭 I’m the author of telescope.nvim
  • A core contributor to Neovim. Primarily focused on:
    • Integrating Lua into Neovim.
    • The built-in LSP client.
  • Wrote my own (WIP) transpiler for vim9script vim9jit
  • Popular dotfile configuration / examples for my configuration_manager

Sponsor:

I like making plugins and making Neovim work better for me & as many people as I can 😁. You can sponsor my work here.

If github sponsors isn't your thing, you can checkout teejdv.eth

  • Fun fact: I like to play the marimba!

Pinned

  1. My configuration files and tools

    Lua 749 100

  2. Find, Filter, Preview, Pick. All lua, all the time.

    Lua 7.3k 497

  3. vim9jit Public

    Ok, hear me out. vim9script... but in lua... so fast

    Rust 192 6

  4. Your color buddy for making cool neovim color schemes

    Lua 379 12

  5. Vim-fork focused on extensibility and usability

    Vim Script 58.2k 4.1k

  6. nvim-langserver-shim Public archive

    Shim for the language server protocol developed by Microsoft

    Vim Script 153 3

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