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This is a mirror of http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=4277 INTRODUCTION: Sunset automatically sets 'background' when the sun rises and sets, and also when you start Vim. When the sun is up, or rises, it'll 'set background=light'. When the sun is down, or sets, it'll 'set background=dark'. Sunset can also change your 'colorscheme', your Powerline (https://github.com/Lokaltog/vim-powerline) theme, or anything else you can think of. See �Sunset_daytime_callback()' and �Sunset_nighttime_callback()' in the documentation for details. So as not to interrupt you, Sunset waits for four seconds (on the CursorHold event) after you've pressed a key or left insert mode before changing the background. If you change your background during the day or night, it'll respect that. CONTRIBUTIONS: If you feel that Sunset can be improved, pull requests and issues are appreciated and humbly requested, on Github at: http://github.com/amdt/sunset REQUIREMENTS: Vim compiled with +float support. Use ':version' to check if this feature is available in your build. Requires a system with 'strftime()', with the following format options: - %j returns the current day of the year. - %H returns the current hour of the day in 24-hour time. - %M returns the current minute of the hour. A colorscheme with both light and dark variants, such as Solarized (http://github.com/altercation/vim-colors-solarized) or Hemisu (http://github.com/noahfrederick/Hemisu).