Iceberg is well-designed, bluish color scheme for Vim and Neovim.
- Simple: no configuration required and easy to use
- Fast: pre-compiled to reduce loading time
- Dark and light background (light version is in public beta)
- 256-colors terminal support
- Terminal colors support
- airline theme and lightline colorscheme
- Various plugins support: ALE / CtrlP / Denite / EasyMotion / Git Gutter / git-messenger.vim / Signify / Sneak / Startify / Syntastic / vim-plug / vim-zenspace etc.
For other environments
IDEs and text editors
- Terminal.app by cocopon
- Hyper by cocopon
- st by vejetaryenvampir
- kitty (dark) by gkeep
- kitty (light) by gkeep
- alacritty by connorlay
NOTE: terminal.sexy provides configuration files for the 16 ANSI colors for many terminal emulators (e.g. GNOME Terminal, iTerm2, etc.). Use .Xresources file as import and export it for the emulator of your choice.
- bumblebee-status by whzup
- tmux by gkeep
- alternative dark theme for lightline and airline, bumblebee-status by gkeep
- Slack sidebar by cocopon
Building your own Iceberg
NOTE: This section is for color scheme developers. If you just want to use the color scheme, you don't have to follow these steps.
Install cocopon/pgmnt.vim, a template engine for Vim color scheme, to your Vim.
To modify a color palette, edit
autoload/iceberg/palette/(dark|light).vim. If you make changes, be sure to
:sourcethis file before step 4 otherwise your color palette changes will not be reflected.
To modify highlighting groups or links, edit
After editing, compile the source file as below:
:e src/iceberg.vim :cd %:h :source %
Compiled files will be output into
MIT License. See
LICENSE.txt for more information.