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Quick start guide

If you haven’t seen SpaceVim at all yet, the first thing you should read is this guide. It will give you a good idea of what SpaceVim is like, show you how to install it, how to config it, and explain its features.

Install

At a minimum, SpaceVim requires git and curl to be installed. These tools are needed for downloading plugins and fonts.

If you are using vim/neovim in terminal, you also need to set the font of your terminal.

Linux and macOS

curl -sLf https://spacevim.org/install.sh | bash

After SpaceVim is installed, launch vim and SpaceVim will automatically install plugins.

For more info about the install script, please check:

curl -sLf https://spacevim.org/install.sh | bash -s -- -h

Windows

The easiest way is to download install.cmd and run it as administrator, or install SpaceVim manually.

Run in docker

docker pull spacevim/spacevim
docker run -it --rm spacevim/spacevim nvim

you can also load local config:

docker run -it -v ~/.SpaceVim.d:/home/spacevim/.SpaceVim.d --rm spacevim/spacevim nvim

Configuration

The default configuration file of SpaceVim is ~/.SpaceVim.d/init.toml. This is an example for basic usage of SpaceVim. For more info, please checkout SpaceVim documentation.

# This is basic configuration example for SpaceVim

# All SpaceVim option below [option] section
[options]
    # set spacevim theme. by default colorscheme layer is not loaded,
    # if you want to use more colorscheme, please load the colorscheme
    # layer, the value of this option is a string.
    colorscheme = "gruvbox"
    colorscheme_bg = "dark"
    # Disable guicolors in basic mode, many terminal do not support 24bit
    # true colors, the type of the value is boolean, true or false.
    enable_guicolors = true
    # Disable statusline separator, if you want to use other value, please
    # install nerd fonts
    statusline_separator = "nil"
    statusline_separator = "bar"
    buffer_index_type = 4
    # Display file type icon on the tabline, If you do not have nerd fonts
    # installed, please change the value to false
    enable_tabline_filetype_icon = true
    # Display current mode text on statusline, by default It is disabled,
    # only color will be changed when switch modes.
    enable_statusline_display_mode = false

# Enable autocomplete layer
[[layers]]
name = "autocomplete"
auto-completion-return-key-behavior = "complete"
auto-completion-tab-key-behavior = "cycle"

[[layers]]
name = "shell"
default_position = "top"
default_height = 30

# This is an example for adding custom plugins lilydjwg/colorizer
[[custom_plugins]]
name = "lilydjwg/colorizer"
merged = 0

Online tutor

This is a list of online tutor for using SpaceVim as general IDE and programming language support:

a list of guide for programming language support:

Learning SpaceVim

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