neovim-remote is not a neovim
plugin at all, it's a python cli that you can install with pip. Unlike
the repo suggests, I use pipx to install
pipx install neovim-remote
I have this added to my
.envrc that is in every one of my projects.
This will tie a neovim session to that directory, and all directories
export NVIM_LISTEN_ADDRESS=/tmp/nvim-$(basename $PWD)
In my workflow I open a tmux session for each project, so this essentially ties a neovim session to a tmux session.
First open neovim, but with the
nvr command. This will open neovim,
and look pretty much the same as always.
If you try to run
nvr again in another shell nothing will happen as
its already runnin under that address, but if you give it a filename it
will open the file in the first instance of neovim that you opened.
``` bash nvr readme.md ````