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📰 What's new?


  • nvim-spectre has been removed in favor of grug-far.nvim. grug-far.nvim has a great UI and feels more intuitive to use.

  • This news is now also available on the website at

  • prettier extra now works for all prettier supported filetypes and will be enabled for astro/svelte extra if you have a proper config file with the correct prettier plugin

  • New Language Support: SQL, Clojure, Thrift, Elm, Gleam, Angular, NuShell, Svelte, Kotlin, Astro, Toml and PHP

  • New Extras: copilot-chat, git, octo, inc-rename and neogen

  • The typescript extra now uses vtsls instead of tsserver

  • Neovim >= 0.10 now uses the much faster lazydev.nvim instead of neodev.nvim

  • moved neoconf.nvim to extras. Project specific LSP settings can be done with a .lazy.lua file instead.


  • Keymaps:

    • <leader>gB to open the current repo in the browser
    • gco and gcO to add a comment below or above the current line
    • <leader>wm to toggle window maximize
  • lazydev.nvim: faster alternative to neodev.nvim

  • Options: Added linebreak=true to default options.

  • is back as a default plugin! Removing it was a mistake. It's a great plugin that enhances the native text objects.

  • :LazyExtras now has multiple new sections:

    • Enabled: extras that are currently enabled
    • Recommended Languages: language extras recommended for the current buffer / directory
    • Recommended Plugins: extras that are recommended for most users
    • Plugins: other plugin extras
    • Languages: other language extras
  • new option vim.g.deprecation_warnings to disable deprecation warnings Defaults to false. To enable deprecation warnings, set it to true in your options.lua

  • vim-illuminate move to extras Document highlights now use native lsp functionality by default

Since Neovim 0.10 has been released, I've been working on a new version of LazyVim that is fully compatible with all the latest Neovim features.

Additionally, some core plugins have been moved to extras.

  • native snippets are now the default on Neovim 0.10 Older versions of Neovim will use the new luasnip extra.

  • native comments are now the default on Neovim 0.10 Older versions of Neovim will use the new mini-comment extra. nvim-ts-context-commentstring has been integrated in the native comments.

  • inlay hints have been in LazyVim for a while, but are now enabled by default. To disable them:

    opts = {
    inlay_hints = { enabled = false },
  • plugins moved to extras:

    • mini.surround
    • mini.indentscope scopes are now also highlighted with indent-blankline
    • nvim-treesitter-context


  • added new extra for mini.diff This is a plugin similar to gitsigns but with a neat diff overlay that can be toggled with <leader>go.

  • trouble.nvim has been rewritten from scratch and is now in beta. I've added a new extra for it (trouble-v3) for those of you who want to try it out. You can find the updated docs here

  • The lazygit integration now configures:

    • the theme based on the colorscheme
    • nerd font icons (v3)
    • editor preset is set to nvim-remote for better interop with Neovim
  • The option vim.g.lazygit_theme was renamed to vim.g.lazygit_config

  • lazygit now automatically uses the colors of your current colorscheme. This is enabled by default. To disable, add the below to your options.lua:

    vim.g.lazygit_config = false
  • Added support for basedpyright to the python extra. Enable in your options.lua with:

    vim.g.lazyvim_python_lsp = "basedpyright"

    Be aware that basedpyright is still in development and may not work exactly the same as pyright.

  • User extras under lua/plugins/extras can now also be managed with LazyExtras

  • nvim-ts-autotag is now included by default

  • nvim-treesitter-context is now included by default

  • Added extra for symbols-outline.nvim

  • Added extra for aerial.nvim

  • nvim-navic has been removed. If you want to keep using nvim-navic, you can enable the editor.navic extra

  • New :LazyExtras command for managing LazyVim extras

  • Improved formatting:

    • LazyVim can now work with multiple formatters. Types:

      • primary: only one primary formatter can be active at a time. (conform, none-ls, LSP)
      • secondary: multiple secondary formatters can be active (eslint, ...)
    • LazyVim automatically selects the primary formatter based on the current available sources and priorities.

    • New :LazyFormat command for formatting the current selection or buffer

    • New :LazyFormatInfo command for displaying the active formatters for the current buffer

    • Auto-formatting can be disabled with:

      vim.g.autoformat = false -- globally
      vim.b.autoformat = false -- buffer-local
  • none-ls.nvim is no longer installed by default

    • conform.nvim is now the default formatter
    • nvim-lint is now the default linter
    • If you want to keep using none-ls.nvim, you can enable the lsp.none-ls extra
  • dashboard.nvim is the new default dashboard plugin

    • If you want to keep using alpha.nvim, you can enable the ui.alpha extra
  • Improved root detection:

    • New :LazyRoot command that shows info about the root dir detection

    • Configurable with vim.g.root_spec

      -- LazyVim root dir detection
      -- Each entry can be:
      -- * the name of a detector function like `lsp` or `cwd`
      -- * a pattern or array of patterns like `.git` or `lua`.
      -- * a function with signature `function(buf) -> string|string[]`
      vim.g.root_spec = { "lsp", { ".git", "lua" }, "cwd" }

      -- To disable root detection set to just "cwd"
      vim.g.root_spec = { "cwd" }