FVim is a cross-platform Neovim frontend user interface.
FVim uses Avalonia, a cross-platform XAML-based UI framework providing a flexible styling system and supporting a wide range of operating systems.
FVim is free and open source software.
- Theming done the (Neo)Vim way:
- Cursor color/blink.
- Background image/composition.
- Custom UI elements are themed with colorscheme settings
- And more!
- Font handling:
- Proper font rendering — respects font style, baseline, ligatures etc.
- Built-in support for Nerd font — no need to patch your fonts.
- East Asia wide glyph display with font fallback options.
- Fine-grained font tweaking knobs for personal font rendering.
- GUI framework
- HiDPI support.
- High performance rendering, low latency (60FPS on 4K display with reasonable font size).
- GPU acceleration.
- Use a Windows FVim frontend with a WSL neovim: fvim –wsl.
- Use the front end with a remote neovim: fvim –ssh user@host.
- Use custom neovim binary: fvim –nvim ~/bin/nvim.appimage.
- Host a daemon to preload NeoVim.
- Connect to a remote NeoVim backend: fvim –connect localhost:9527.
Developer: Yatao Li and contributors
License: MIT License
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