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Color scheme with clearly defined contrasting colors and a slightly earthy tone.

Requirements

GUI

You don’t need to do anything for this colorscheme to work in GVim or MacVim.

TUI

To use Srcery in the terminal you need to change your terminal emulator’s so-called “ASCII” colors to the ones in the table below. There's a list of terminal configurations in the srcery-terminal repository.

TERMCOL NR HEX RGB
black 0 #1C1B19 28, 27, 25
red 1 #EF2F27 239, 47, 39
green 2 #519F50 81, 159, 80
yellow 3 #FBB829 251, 184, 41
blue 4 #2C78BF 44, 120, 191
magenta 5 #E02C6D 224, 44, 109
cyan 6 #0AAEB3 10, 174, 179
white 7 #918175 145, 129, 117
brightblack 8 #2D2C29 45, 44, 41
brightred 9 #F75341 247, 83, 65
brightgreen 10 #98BC37 152, 188, 55
brightyellow 11 #FED06E 254, 208, 110
brightblue 12 #68A8E4 104, 168, 228
brightmagenta 13 #FF5C8F 255, 92, 143
brightcyan 14 #53FDE9 83, 253, 233
brightwhite 15 #FCE8C3 252, 232, 195

Installation

Manually

Put srcery.vim in ~/.vim/colors/ (on unix-like systems) or %userprofile%\vimfiles\colors\ (on Windows).

Vim 8

Vim 8 has native support for loading plugins. All you need to do to is to clone this repository into ~/.vim/plug/default/opt.

git clone https://github.com/srcery-colors/srcery-vim ~/.vim/plug/default/opt

The same works for NeoVim, but you have to clone it into a path where NeoVim can find it.

git clone https://github.com/srcery-colors/srcery-vim ~/.config/nvim/plug/default/opt

dein.vim

call dein#add('srcery-colors/srcery-vim')

vim-pathogen

cd ~/.vim/bundle
git clone https://github.com/srcery-colors/srcery-vim

vim-plug

Plug 'srcery-colors/srcery-vim'

Configuration

Srcery includes a few toggles due to discrepancies in the various setups possible. To change any of these you'd put something like this in your .vimrc

let g:srcery_italic = 1

Make sure that you set these variables before assigning colorscheme.

g:srcery_bold

Enables bold text. default: 1

g:srcery_italic

Enables italic text. default: gui 1, term 0

g:srcery_transparent_background

Removes the background color in terminal. This is a bit of an experimental option, and it cause issues in certain terminals. default: 0

g:srcery_underline

Enables underlined text. default: 1

g:srcery_undercurl

Enables undercurled text. default: 1

g:srcery_inverse

Enables inverse colors. default: 1

g:srcery_inverse_matches

Enables inverse search matches. default: 0

g:srcery_inverse_match_paren

When enabled will inverse matching delimiters.

Works best with Rainbow parenthesis

default: 0

g:srcery_dim_lisp_paren

Dims lisp dialects delimiters to a fairly dark gray (xgray5 specifically)

default: 0

Usage

:color srcery

If you like what you see and decide to make srcery your default colorscheme, add the relevant line to your vimrc:

colorscheme srcery

Screenshots

viml, bash viml_bash

clojure, elisp lisp

c, rust c_rust

python, js py_js

git, terminal py_js

Typeface used in screenshots is Iosevka

Plugin support

Lightline

lightline

Lightline colorscheme. To use it, include 'srcery' value in lightline configuration, like so:

let g:lightline = {
      \ 'colorscheme': 'srcery',
      \ }

Airline

airline

Thanks to MindTooth, Srcery now includes an Airline theme.

Other

These don't require any additional configuration.

Plugin support is still a work in progress and more will come, if there is anything missing that you'd like to add please open an issue and let me know.

Xterm colors

Srcery uses some xterm 256 colors to pad out the color selection:

TERMCOL NR HEX RGB
orange 202 #FF5F00 255, 95, 0
brightorange 208 #FF8700 255, 135, 0
hard_black 233 #121212 18, 18, 18
xgrey1 235 #262626 38, 38, 38
xgrey2 236 #303030 48, 48, 48
xgrey3 237 #3A3A3A 58, 58, 58
xgrey4 238 #444444 68, 68, 68
xgrey5 239 #4E4E4E 78, 78, 78

Attribution

This project started as essentially a palette swap of Gruvbox and all credit goes to the maintainers of that fantastic color scheme. I wanted something a bit sharper, but I loved the syntax color choices of Gruvbox. I also tried to make the theme as simple to use as possible, which was inspired by Flattened. Other themes that influenced Srcery:

Troubleshooting

Colors don't look right

Ensure that 256 colors are enabled in vim by setting this option before setting the colorscheme.

set t_Co=256

24-bit color, tmux and Neovim

If you want to use GUI colors in terminal make sure that tmux pass through 24-bit color codes. For example, if you use Termite add it to the terminal overrides setting:

set -ga terminal-overrides ",xterm-termite:Tc"

For other terminals, replace xterm-termite with the relevant terminal type. (stored in $TERM).

See Arch wiki and this issue.

Contributors

Extra

Emacs

Check out srcery-emacs

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