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Refactoring

info

You can enable the extra with the :LazyExtras command. Plugins marked as optional will only be configured if they are installed.

Alternatively, you can add it to your lazy.nvim imports
lua/config/lazy.lua
require("lazy").setup({
spec = {
{ "LazyVim/LazyVim", import = "lazyvim.plugins" },
{ import = "lazyvim.plugins.extras.editor.refactoring" },
{ import = "plugins" },
},
})

Below you can find a list of included plugins and their default settings.

caution

You don't need to copy the default settings to your config. They are only shown here for reference.

refactoring.nvim

opts = {
prompt_func_return_type = {
go = false,
java = false,
cpp = false,
c = false,
h = false,
hpp = false,
cxx = false,
},
prompt_func_param_type = {
go = false,
java = false,
cpp = false,
c = false,
h = false,
hpp = false,
cxx = false,
},
printf_statements = {},
print_var_statements = {},
show_success_message = true, -- shows a message with information about the refactor on success
-- i.e. [Refactor] Inlined 3 variable occurrences
}

plenary.nvim

opts = nil

nvim-treesitter

opts = nil

which-key.nvim (optional)

which key integration

opts = {
defaults = {
["<leader>r"] = { name = "+refactor" },
},
}