Deus was created out of sheer rage caused by all of the bad Solarized/Gruvbox clones. (No offense) I was tired of them. I needed something original, something new. So if you are like me, and I believe many of you are...
I present you Deus:
- download & place
- add this line to your
Use a package manager like Pathogen, Vundle, or Vim-plug just to name a few:
Run this in your terminal
cd ~/.vim/ mkdir bundle cd bundle git clone https://github.com/ajmwagar/vim-deus.git
Add the following lines to your
call plug#begin('~/.vim/bundle/') Plug 'ajmwagar/vim-deus' call plug#end()
Don't forget to run:
Language Syntax Support:
- Objective C
- C Languages
- Any many more... (try vim-polyglot for syntax packs)
Bold = really nice looking (They all look good but these are my personal favorites.)
- coc.nvim (popup-windows & error colors)
- Syntastic (and most linters)
- YCM (YouCompleteMe)
When using terminal-vim and vim-deus the colors can get messed up.
To fix this add the following snippet to your
set t_Co=256 set termguicolors let &t_8f = "\<Esc>[38;2;%lu;%lu;%lum" let &t_8b = "\<Esc>[48;2;%lu;%lu;%lum" set background=dark " Setting dark mode colorscheme deus let g:deus_termcolors=256
Instructions on how to enable TrueColor for Tmux can be found here.
If you use vim in a terminal that supports italics, set the environment variable
TERM_ITALICS to TRUE (i.e.
export TERM_ITALICS=true) to enable with vim-deus.
Deus has been ported to the following terminal emulators.