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README.md

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 sourcerer by xero harrison (http://sourcerer.xero.nu)
  ├─ based on sorcerer by Jeet Sukumaran (http://jeetworks.org)
  └─ based on mustang by Henrique C. Alves (hcarvalhoalves@gmail.com)

a 16 bit color scheme for hackers.

install

vim

copy sourcerer.vim to ~/.vim/colors/ or install it from the standalone repo with your vim plugin manager e.g. Plugin 'xero/sourcerer.vim'

then in your ~/.vimrc add colorscheme sourcerer and turn :syntax on.

Xresources

copy the contents of sourcerer.Xresources into your ~/.Xresources or ~/.Xdefaults file. your system may require you to call xrdb -merge ~/.Xresources and/or restart your terminal emulator.

framebuffer

copy sourcerer.sh into your home directory and add source ~/sourcerer.sh to your shell init script ~/.bashrc or ~/.zshrc. colors will only be applied in a new tty session.

iterm

launch iterm/item2, type CMD+i, navigate to Colors tab, click on Load Presets, click on Import and select sourcerer.itermcolors.

pygments

copy sourcerer.py to your styles directory, ususally /usr/lib/python3.5/site-packages/pygments/styles. then set the style when you use the command: pygmentize -O style=sourcerer -f console256 -g (make it can alias like ccat or c).