All instructions can be found at draculatheme.com.
For more details about how to apply these different colors to represent different code symbols, please see the Dracula Specification.
"Are you going to create a light color scheme?"
Nope. Dracula can't stand the light.
"Are you going to support editor X?"
We hope so, but we need your help to accomplish that. Since you're already using app X you're probably much more experienced on it than us. So give it a try first!
"How do I submit a new theme?"
- Create a new repository based on this template.
- Build the new theme using the Color Palette above.
- Finally, submit an issue with a link to your repository. Once the theme is accepted, we will move the repository under the Dracula organization and give you rights to maintain it :)
Dracula is a project created by Zeno Rocha with the help of many awesome contributors and maintainers. Each theme has it's own maintainer listed in the Team section of it's README.
Over the years Dracula has grown to support many more editors. With that came the challenge of supporting a myriad of editors, terminals, shells, and more in the same repository. Some package manager's require specific files and layouts which cause conflicts and make it harder to maintain.
So it was decided to change Dracula from a one repository theme to an organization. All themes have now been migrated to their own repository. With this change we can better support package managers, list maintainers, make installation instructions easier to find, and support independent releases.
See Dracula organization for all of our repositories.
- Color palette inspired by @chenluois's Mou Night theme
- Sublime Text theme built on top of Monokai using @aziz's tmtheme editor
- ZSH theme built on top of @robbyrussell's theme
The changelog is available on the release page in each theme's repository.
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