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neovim [2024/04/01 22:45] – [taglist] dblumeneovim [2024/04/08 22:43] (current) – Remove the snap instructions dblume
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 The regular ''apt-get'' repo is too out-of-date. When 0.9.5 was stable, Ubuntu 20.04 was providing 0.3 or 0.4. The regular ''apt-get'' repo is too out-of-date. When 0.9.5 was stable, Ubuntu 20.04 was providing 0.3 or 0.4.
  
-I could use snap on my work (Ubuntu) and personal frame.work laptop computers to get 0.9.5. (However, [[https://github.com/cli/cli/blob/trunk/docs/install_linux.md#snap-do-not-use|GitHub recommends against snap for gh]], so maybe snap is problematic.) +[[https://github.com/cli/cli/blob/trunk/docs/install_linux.md#snap-do-not-use|GitHub recommends against snap for gh]], and in WSL2, although I had ''snap'', it didn't work, so I [[https://github.com/neovim/neovim/blob/master/INSTALL.md#install-from-download|downloaded the tarball]]. (If you click Linux, it'll download the tarball. Otherwise [[https://github.com/neovim/neovim/releases|scroll down and find/expand "Assets"]].) Then I extracted it into $HOME/.local/bin/.
- +
-  sudo snap install nvim --classic +
-  ln -s /snap/bin/nvim $HOME/.local/bin/nvim +
- +
-But in WSL2, although I had ''snap'', it didn't work, so I [[https://github.com/neovim/neovim/blob/master/INSTALL.md#install-from-download|downloaded the tarball]]. (If you click Linux, it'll download the tarball. Otherwise [[https://github.com/neovim/neovim/releases|scroll down and find/expand "Assets"]].) Then I extracted it into $HOME/.local/bin/.+
  
   cd ~/.local/bin/   cd ~/.local/bin/
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   git clone --filter=blob:none -b v4.6 https://github.com/yegappan/taglist ~/.local/share/nvim/site/plugin/   git clone --filter=blob:none -b v4.6 https://github.com/yegappan/taglist ~/.local/share/nvim/site/plugin/
 +
 +===== cscope =====
 +
 +Cscope has been removed from neovim. If you want it back, install [[https://github.com/dhananjaylatkar/cscope_maps.nvim|dhananjaylatkar/cscope_maps.nvim]] into ''.config/nvim/pack/cscope_maps/start/''. (This //may// also work in ''~/.local/share/nvim/site/pack/cscope_maps/start/'', but you have to get the path right.)
 +
 +Your hierarchy would look something like:
 +<code>
 +~/.config/nvim/pack/cscope_maps/
 +└── start
 +    └── cscope_maps.nvim
 +        └── lua
 +            ├── cscope
 +            │   └── pickers
 +            └── utils
 +</code>
 +
 +Run the following commands:
 +
 +  mkdir -p ~/.config/nvim/pack/cscope_maps/start/
 +  cd ~/.config/nvim/pack/cscope_maps/start/
 +  git clone --filter=blob:none https://github.com/dhananjaylatkar/cscope_maps.nvim.git
 +
 +Then in your init.vim, add the following snippet:
 +
 +<file vim init.vim>
 +lua << EOF
 +require("cscope_maps").setup()
 +EOF
 +</file>
 +
 +===== Mappings =====
 +
 +The easiest way to find out where a mapping came from is to run this command:
 +
 +    :verbose imap <key sequence>
  
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