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The idea behind the project is that many users like code completion and inspections provided by IntelliJ, but they prefer Vim or Emacs as programmer's text editors. The only current solution is using Vim emulation in IntelliJ provided by IdeaVim plugin.
We would like to see more options here:
Using code completion and inspections from a running instance of IntelliJ in a separate Vim process. The main benefit of this approach is native Vim experience enhanced by powerful code insight of IntelliJ.
Embed Vim as a terminal editor in IntelliJ IDE instead of the regular editor and provide code completion and inspections there. The point here is combination of the full Vim editor with plugins, scripts, etc. and the nearly complete set of IntelliJ features: code navigation, run configurations and others.
Run Vim locally and connect to a headless IntelliJ instance on a remote host. This would enable, for example, rich code editing in vim over SSH.
The current state of the plugin looks like that:
Here you can see vim terminal session opened instead of normal IDEA editor with the IDEA completion popup.