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Chocolate theme MELPA

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Poor doggies can't experience it because of two reasons


Chocolate theme is my personal attempt to develop a complex fully-functional theme for Emacs. It's dark, it's chocolaty, it's vibrant and it's subtle, it's whatever you're looking for in a perfect theme for development.

Installation

Install from MELPA

It's available on Melpa:

M-x package-install [RET] chocolate-theme [RET]

M-x load-theme [RET] chocolate [RET]

Or using use-package:

(use-package chocolate-theme
  :ensure t
  :config
  (load-theme 'chocolate t))

Install manually

Download chocolate-theme.el and copy it into the ~/.emacs.d/themes directory.

Then add the following code to your init.el configuration:

(add-to-list 'custom-theme-load-path "~/.emacs.d/themes")
(load-theme 'chocolate t)

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Contribute

All contributions are most welcome!

I obviously don't use all of the modes out there and chocolate-theme can have a few blind spots. If you notice one, feel free reporting it. Please, add a meaningful example and a screenshot. If you can fix it on your own, I'll try to look at your pull request ASAP! But examples and screenshots will still make it faster.

Credits

chocolate-theme is based on a great palette from the firewatch-hot-syntax theme for Atom (which in its turn was inspired by firewatch-syntax).

License

GPL-3.0

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