NeoVintageous 1.24.0 has been released. This was a small release. The highlights are support for window splitting in the latest version of Origami and support for the :inoremap command.

Window splitting

Splitting windows in NeoVintageous requires the the additional package Origami.

Origami is a new way of thinking about panes in Sublime Text: you tell Sublime Text where you want a new pane, and it makes one for you. It works seamlessly alongside the built-in layout commands.

This enhances NeoVintageous with support for window splitting commands such as:

CTRL-W CTRL-S
CTRL-W s
CTRL-W S
:sp[lit] [file]

Split current window in two. The result is two views on the same file. See help CTRL-W_s for more details.

CTRL-W CTRL-V
CTRL-W v
CTRL-W V
:vs[plit] [file]

Like :split but split vertically. See :help CTRL-W_v for more details.

:inoremap {lhs} {rhs}

Map the key sequence {lhs} to {rhs} for the modes where the map command applies. Disallow mapping of {rhs}, to avoid nested and recursive mappings. Often used to redefine a command.

A few keys are currently mappable in insert mode: <Esc>, <C-[>, <C-l>, <C-c>, <C-w>, <C-x>, <C-u>

Further reading