Zenburn is a low-contrast color scheme for Vim.
* swap IncSearch gui fg/bg to match original scheme * remove some bg color settings (or change to NONE) so they don't have to be fixed later * fix terminal IncSearch to match gui more closely * introduce terminal MatchParen * use dark green instead of grey for terminal Search bg * terminal Todo should be a very light grey, not green * Underlined should be underlined * Use color 231 (#ffffff) for WarningMsg instead of the user's color15 which is more likely to be themed by the terminal * WildMenu should be underlined * s/gui/cterm/ for terminal Error settings, and match the gui theme better Signed-off-by: Jani Nurminen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|colors||Make terminal colors more consistent with UI|
|TODO||Update TODO file|
ZENBURN Zenburn is a low-contrast color scheme for Vim. It’s easy for your eyes and designed to keep you in the zone for long programming sessions. Zenburn has been ported to many different editors and environments. For more information and list of derivatives, visit http://slinky.imukuppi.org/zenburnpage No: - dayglo vomit - black, red, blue and green on screaming white background - headache - watery, squinting eyes - the "I wanna run away" feeling Yes: + alien fruit salad + harmonious colors help with concentration + improved focus + stay longer in the zone + more productivity + looks good + 256-color terminal mode + GVim mode + customizeable + etc. INSTALLATION To use Zenburn in GVim, simply copy the file to colors/ subdirectory under your Vim configuration folder (e.g. ~/.vim/colors or C:\vim\colors). To use Zenburn in Vim, you must enable the 256-color mode for Vim. This can be done with e.g. export TERM=xterm-256color. You might also need to add set t_Co=256 into your .vimrc file, before loading the colorscheme. Note, that due to limitations of the 256-color mode the color scheme is not exactly like it appears in GVim, but very close nevertheless. To load Zenburn in Vim/GVim: :colors zenburn To automatically load the colors upon startup of Vim, add this to .vimrc: colors zenburn LICENSE GNU GPL, http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html DEVELOPERS Captain Obvious says: make a symlink from ~/.vim/colors/zenburn.vim which points to the real zenburn.vim. This way you don't need to copy files around and making the Vimball is easy! MAKING A VIMBALL To make a Vimball, open zb-vimball.txt and then :MkVimball zenburn.vba THANKS * Creators of "BlackDust", "Camo" and "Desert" themes. I used those to figure out how the Vim color schemes work in practise. * All contributors - see zenburn.vim for a list. * All people who made derivatives and ports. * All zenburners worldwide! PARTING WORDS Thank you for enjoying “Just some alien fruit salad to keep you in the zone”! Cheers, slinky at iki dot fi