I am stuck on windows 10 and would like to give Neovim a shot. Is it ready, or should I just set up my vim configuration for the moment? I haven't really seen any videos or articles on Neovim under windows, but when googling, I found a few that lead me to believe there may have been issues that have not yet been adequately resolved.
As stated on neovim wiki:
Windows support is (currently) experimental. To try it out, you need nvim.exe and a front-end such as Neovim-Qt.
However there isn't a list of all features that are missing or unstable. The best way to discover is actually installing and trying.
Using chocolatey, you can install neovim like thus:
choco install neovim
--pre if you want the latest pre-release. It will install
nvim-qt as well.
All in all, consider it beta software. However, it works well enough for my needs.
One way to run NeoVim on Windows 10 is through "bash on windows". After setting up ubuntu on bash on windows, you can just install NeoVim the same way you would on a Ubuntu machine (add the PPA, etc.).
You will need at least Windows Insider Preview Build 14366 and NeoVim 0.1.5-dev (prior to this build it would crash).
You might wish to wait until the proper release of the Windows 10 anniversary update, though.