spring-night is a low contrast calm color scheme for Vim. It's colored with deep blue background,
shiny yellow foreground and sakura
- Both GUI/CUI 24bit colors and CUI 256 colors.
- Aware of running Vim on translucent window.
- Enable to tweak contrast.
- Enable to opt out italic/bold decoration.
- Optimized for loading time by generating optimized script.
- Optimized for many filetypes.
- Support vim-gitgutter and other several plugins.
- Support Neovim/Vim (8.0.1685 or later) terminal ANSI colors.
- Support Neovim float window colors.
On gVim (MacVim)
On Translucent Terminal (24bit color)
On Translucent Terminal (8bit color)
If you want to see more code, please visit demo page site.
Or you can also see the preview on vimcolors.com.
colors directory into your
~/vimfiles on Windows) or use
Or use your favorite plugin manager.
Write below in your
This package provides a theme for vim-airline.
let g:airline_theme = 'spring_night'
let g:lightline.colorscheme = 'spring_night'
If you want to use 24bit colors on Vim in a terminal window, you also need to set
option. Please note that it requires a ISO-8613-3 compatible terminal to enable 24bit colors.
" For Vim 7.4.1799 or later if has('termguicolors') let &t_8f = "\<Esc>[38;2;%lu;%lu;%lum" let &t_8b = "\<Esc>[48;2;%lu;%lu;%lum" set termguicolors endif " For Neovim 0.1.5 or later set termguicolors
You can customize some behaviors of this colorscheme. Please note that these variable must be
specified before running
1, this colorscheme does not use italic attribute. Default value is
1, this colorscheme does not use bold attribute. Default value is
1, it uses a bit high contrast colors. Default value depends on
termguicolorsoption and whether on GUI or CUI Vim is running.
1, a terminal window is also highlighted with this color scheme. Otherwise default ANSI colors are used. Default value is
1, italic font is enabled even in a terminal. This variable is useful when your terminal supports italic fonts. Default value is
Optimized Filetypes and Plugins
Color layouts are optimized for following filetypes/plugins:
- ... and more
Optimized Loading Time
Colorscheme file is generated by a script. And the generated script is optimized for loading time at Vim startup. In my environment, Vim loading time got 10x faster than before generating colorscheme file.
If you find some odd highlight, I'll be happy if you report it to
issues with how to reproduce.
And pull requests are of course welcome
Colorscheme file is generated via a script. Please do not modify
spring_night.vim directly. Modify the script instead. Please read a README for the script
for more details.
To know colors palette, please see
table variable in
spring_night_writer() function in the script.
Bonus: Slack Theme
Licensed under the MIT license.
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