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Vim Colorscheme: kalisi

Version 0.8

The colorscheme with neovim in mind.

Main features:

  • Dark Theme
  • Light Theme
  • 256 color terminal support
  • Support for several plugins

Optimized for the following languages:

  • C/C++
  • HTML (+ Django, JavaScript)
  • LaTeX
  • Python
  • Vim

Screenshots

Font: Liberation Mono 10pt

The airline theme is named kalisi as well and already included in bling/vim-airline. Just add this to your vimrc, if you like the airline theme displayed in the screenshots:

let g:airline_theme='kalisi'

Dark Kalisi v0.8

Python

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Vim

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C/C++

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HTML

Django

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JavaScript (embedded)

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diff

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syntax.txt

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Light Kalisi v0.7

No new screenshots, because changes almost invisible in the grand scale, see the change log.

Python

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Vim

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C/C++

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HTML

Django

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JavaScript (embedded)

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diff

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syntax.txt

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Installation

Vundle

  1. Add this to your vimrc:

     Bundle 'https://github.com/freeo/vim-kalisi'
    
     colorscheme kalisi
     set background=light
     " or 
     set background=dark
     " if you don't set the background, the light theme will be used
    
  2. Run

     :BundleInstall
    
  3. Restart Vim

Pathogen

  1. Run this command from your terminal

     cd ~/.vim/bundle
     git clone https://github.com/freeo/vim-kalisi
    
  2. Set in vimrc as above and restart Vim

256 color terminal

  1. Make sure your terminal supports 256 colors

  2. In addition to the installation, add this to your vimrc:

     set t_Co=256
    
     " in case t_Co alone doesn't work, add this as well:
     let &t_AB="\e[48;5;%dm"
     let &t_AF="\e[38;5;%dm"
    

About

Explicitly supported plugins:

I consider this colorscheme all-new, because of the countless changes & iterations and because there is no resemblance to existing themes. The following colorschemes were influential in the beginning: blackboard, github, molokai, pyte and winter.

Thanks to https://github.com/godlygeek/csapprox, which helped greatly in bringing 256 color terminal support to this colorscheme!

Suggestions for improving support for other programming languages and plugins are welcome!

It contains two themes, one for each background setting (light and dark). The default colorscheme is light, as is Vims default setting, if you don't set the background manually.

Following the neovim project, this colorscheme is licensed under the Apache 2.0 license.