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The nvim/lua/custom/init.lua file is used for overwriting the default NvChad options, defined in lua/core/options.lua, and setting its own options. It is also used for the execution of Auto-Commands.

Writing documents in Markdown does not require much modification. We are going to set some behaviors such as the number of spaces for tabbing, a setting that makes formatting Markdown files very smooth.

Our file will look like this:

vim.cmd [[autocmd BufWritePre * lua vim.lsp.buf.formatting_sync()]]
-- on 0.8, you should use vim.lsp.buf.format({ bufnr = bufnr }) instead

local opt = vim.opt

opt.tabstop = 4
opt.softtabstop = 4
opt.shiftwidth = 4
opt.shiftround = false
opt.expandtab = true
opt.autoindent = true
opt.smartindent = true

In our example we used an auto-command for synchronous buffer formatting and options.

To summarize, the init.lua file in our custom folder is used for overwriting the default settings. This works because it is being read after the core/init.lua file, replacing all previous options with the new ones we have set.

Ostatnia aktualizacja: 31 sierpnia 2022

Author: Franco Colussi

Contributors: Steven Spencer