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Update JetBrains Tomorrow Night theme to support AppCode/Objective-C #156

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jagregory commented Nov 8, 2012

Hey guys,

The current JetBrains Tomorrow Night.xml theme doesn't support AppCode/Objective-C, so I've ported the colours across.

@milesj I don't know how to rebuild the settings.jar so would you mind either taking a look at it or letting me know how to do it on my end?


@jagregory jagregory Update Tomorrow Night theme to work with AppCode and Objective-C.
Current styles don't work with Obj-C, as different names for the
elements are used by AppCode.

milesj commented Nov 17, 2012

@jagregory You just do the following:

1 - File > Export Settings (Only check color schemes)
2 - This generates the settings.jar
3 - Open this settings.jar and copy the XML files and then place them into the repo along with the settings.jar

I sent another pull request, so I would like that to be merged in before yours does so we don't get any conflicts.


@chriskempson chriskempson added a commit that referenced this pull request Mar 24, 2013

@chriskempson chriskempson Merge pull request #156 from jagregory/master
Update JetBrains Tomorrow Night theme to support AppCode/Objective-C

@chriskempson chriskempson merged commit e58c738 into chriskempson:master Mar 24, 2013

It looks like the settings.jar file never got generated for the updated theme. Could someone update this or let me know how to do it myself (I'm a new AppCode user).

I also noted that only the Tomorrow Night theme got updated for AppCode, not the Tomorrow theme.

Looks good - but please forgive the question :) how do you install this? It looks like the settings.jar needs to be changed, as that's the documented way to install the theme (according to the readme) - where does the XML come into it? Will post back if I find the way myself.

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