Pick the VIM colorscheme that you are destined to be with.:)
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This fork is changed for fitting vundle

add following line in you vundle config

Bundle 'bkbncn/vim-colorschemes-picker'

ABOUT

Power VIM Users like us have already wasted tons of time to choose our favorite colorschemes, and may still not be satisfied with the current colorschemes. So I wrote this plugin to help us out, to meet the perfect colorscheme that we are DESTINED to be with. (just like your lovely partners:)

Written by sunus Lee

sunus.the.dev[at]gmail.com

Wed Dec 12 11:50:55 CST 2012

Added Windows Support, great news for windows vim users, right? :)

Installation

As a Pathogen bundle

If you have pathogen installed and can just copy into ~/.vim/bundle like this:

cd ~/.vim/bundle &&
git clone https://github.com/sunuslee/vim-plugin-random-colorscheme-picker

if you are using Janus:

cd ~/.janus &&
git clone https://github.com/sunuslee/vim-plugin-random-colorscheme-picker

Without Pathogen

Just copy randomColorPicker.vim to your VIM runtime plugin path:

Linux

You may need to create ~/.vim/plugin directory if it doesn't exist:

mkdir -p ~/.vim/plugin

then:

cp plugin/randomColorPicker.vim ~/.vim/plugin

Windows
  1. create a directory at:

C:\Users\YourUsername\vimfiles\plugin

or enter directory:

C:\Program Files\vim\vim73\plugin

vim73 might be vim72 or whatever.. as long as it's where your vim is installed, it's valid.

  1. copy plugin/randomColorPicker.vim to that directory.

Usage

You will need to add the following line to your .vimrc file to pick the next random colorscheme:

CSNext

  • ALL The Commands below are CaseSensitive

  • if you LOVE this colorscheme,

    Enter( In Normal Mode )

    :Love

    then I will never change your colorscheme again.

  • if you HATE this colorscheme and don't want to see her again,

    Enter( In Normal Mode )

    :Hate

    then I will never pick this colorscheme for you and then

    randomly pick a new colorscheme.

  • if you somehow regret what you did and want to get the hated colorscheme back,

    Enter(In Normal Mode)

    :Back

    then all you hated colorscheme will back to select pool, and you might see

    her again:)

  • Enter(In Normal Mode)

    :CS

    to see current colorscheme

  • Enter(In Normal Mode)

    :CSnext

    to switch to a new random theme without restarting vim.

Variables

  • g:colorscheme_user_path

    Set to a comma-delimited string for Vim to look for colorschemes in additional areas, e.g.

    let g:colorscheme_user_path = '~/.vim/bundle/vim-colorschemes/colors'
    

    NOTE: This only works if Vim is aware of the other colorscheme paths, such as when you install colorscheme repositories using a plugin manager.

Tips

Use this plugin with a large colorsheme pool will increase the possibility of meeting the right ColorScheme for you.

So, I recommand you also use the ColorScheme Pack at:

Colo(u)r Sampler Pack : Oct 2012 Update

Big Thanks to Robert Melton for his awesome work!

A more complete and actively maintained package can be found here.

Any Feedback and Suggestions is welcomed

mail me: sunus.the.dev[at]gmail.com