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Pygments VIM Styles

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A collection of famous VIM themes, fixed and converted to pygments CSS. Feel free to fork and add your favorite theme using the guide below!


Included vim color schemes:


Update 2015:

Update 2014:

  • codeschool
  • guardian
  • twilight
  • GRB256

Update 2013:


Update 2014:

  • github light

Update 2013:

  • nuvola

Convert your VIM styles

These CSS have been generated using the following script:


Two possible issues you may encounter when converting your vim color scheme but that have an easy workaround:

  • Launching pygmentize you could get a Python error related to a line that starts with a colon. Opening the .py you'll notice that the content of the line is duplicated by the previous one, simply delete the line starting with colon and relaunch pygmentize.
  • Some vim schemes define color variables (it's vimscript afterall) and evaluate them using exec '>color declaration>' syntax, a dumb way to make the scheme digestible for vim2pygments is to manually replace the variables with their values and remove the exec '' calls. A bit of manual labour is involved but it works.


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