January 08
Hi All,

What if you could write natively high-performance nvim plugins in D? Which kind of plugins would you write? It turns out now you can.

I've just released `nvimhost` v1.1.1, https://github.com/viniarck/nvimhost-d.

I haven't written that many plugins yet, but the past weeks I've been using one simple plugin to quickly switch between `*.c*` and `*.h*` files (since I'm doing C++ full time in my day job) https://github.com/viniarck/nvimhost-d/blob/master/examples/altfile_plugin.d, and it's been stable so far. I'll release more plugins soon, stay tuned. This library is still pretty new, so, I'd appreciate any feedback and look forward to your contribution/plugins.

Let me take the chance to also thank @zombinedev and @wilzbach who promptly helped me in the slack channel when I needed help.

January 09
On Tuesday, 8 January 2019 at 21:29:51 UTC, viniarck wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> What if you could write natively high-performance nvim plugins in D? Which kind of plugins would you write? It turns out now you can.
>
> I've just released `nvimhost` v1.1.1, https://github.com/viniarck/nvimhost-d.
>
> I haven't written that many plugins yet, but the past weeks I've been using one simple plugin to quickly switch between `*.c*` and `*.h*` files (since I'm doing C++ full time in my day job) https://github.com/viniarck/nvimhost-d/blob/master/examples/altfile_plugin.d, and it's been stable so far. I'll release more plugins soon, stay tuned. This library is still pretty new, so, I'd appreciate any feedback and look forward to your contribution/plugins.
>
> Let me take the chance to also thank @zombinedev and @wilzbach who promptly helped me in the slack channel when I needed help.

That's pretty cool.

Good job!