A vibrant, dark and obnoxiously awesome colour scheme for text editors and terminals.
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Acid Cupcake Colour Scheme

A vibrant, dark and obnoxiously awesome colour scheme for text editors and terminals.

Inspired by the syntax colours on ImpactJS.com. Everything in this repo is released under The MIT License; tweek, revise, publish, taste the rainbow.

Supported Terminals & Editors

  • VIM (16 colour, 256 colour, and gVIM)
  • iTerm2 (OSX)
  • Coda (partial support)
  • Konsole

VIM

The VIM scheme uses a modified take on Al Budden's VIM colour scheme creation technique, seen in his Bandit VIM scheme.

Set Up

  • Move acidcupcake.vim to your ~/.vim/colors/ directory.
  • In your ~/.vimrc file, add the following lines
    syntax enable
    set background=dark
    colorscheme acidcupcake
    

Syntax Supported

Supported languages just have been tested with the colour scheme. Unsupported languages still have the colours, just no special care to what is coloured what.

  • Javascript

iTerm2

  • Import dat preset

Konsole

Coda

Go to Coda > Preferences > Colors and go to import for any scheme you'd like. Made as a favour for a friend, not heavily tested!

Syntax Supported

  • ASP-HTML
  • CSS
  • Javascript
  • HTML
  • PHP-HTML

To Do

  • More supported languages in VIM
  • Upload Konsole scheme
  • Upload images

Author

Jordan Santell @jsantell