Improve GNU Emacs support for Tomorrow Theme #133

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arouanet commented Sep 11, 2012

Hi Chris,

Tomorrow Theme looks really good, and I'm working my way to improving its Emacs 23 and 24 support by adding faces for commonly used modes, as well as updating missing built-in faces. I'm checking in new modes as I go along, trying to respect the original intent of the mode's syntax colouring, while making it look good for every theme variation.

Is this something you are interested in merging back into master?

Cheers,

Arnaud.

arouanet added some commits Sep 6, 2012

Tweak font-lock faces
Add missing font-lock-builtin-face and change color of
font-lock-constant-face and font-lock-variable-name-face.
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jzawodn Sep 11, 2012

Cool. I'm already using Tomorrow in Emacs 24 and it's working well in cperl-mode but tweaking it for additional modes is even better.

jzawodn commented Sep 11, 2012

Cool. I'm already using Tomorrow in Emacs 24 and it's working well in cperl-mode but tweaking it for additional modes is even better.

chriskempson added a commit that referenced this pull request Oct 17, 2012

Merge pull request #133 from arouanet/emacs
Improve GNU Emacs support for Tomorrow Theme

@chriskempson chriskempson merged commit c5ee560 into chriskempson:master Oct 17, 2012

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