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aldmeris : A colorscheme based on oblivion for gedit that support GVIM and 256 colors term

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created by
Vincent Velociter
 
script type
color scheme
 
description
Aldmeris is a dark colorscheme based on oblivion for gedit. It uses the popular tango palette by the freedesktop.org project.

Some cool features:

- tango palette
- support GUI, 256 and 16 colors mode for terminal emulators
- option to use different terminal base colors in the colorscheme
- tpope's fugitive support: well recognizable colors for the output of :Gstatus, and for git objects.

Screenshots:

Ruby in a terminal (urxvt): https://github.com/veloce/vim-aldmeris/raw/master/screenshots/aldmeris.png
Commit in fugitive: https://github.com/veloce/vim-aldmeris/raw/master/screenshots/aldmeris-gstatus.png

Source:

https://github.com/veloce/vim-aldmeris
 
install details
Install in ~/.vim/colors.

Try it out with

:colorscheme aldmeris

If you want to make it the default, add that command to your vimrc or gvimrc.
If you use it with a terminal that uses the tango palette as system colors, add this to your vimrc to obtain best results:

let g:aldmeris_termcolors = "tango"

If you wish to use a transparent terminal, you can put this option in your vimrc:

let g:aldmeris_transparent = 1
 

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
aldmeris.vim 1.2 2013-04-15 7.0 Vincent Velociter - Fixed vim-git syntax
- Added support for ColorColumn
- Updated pangloss/vim-javascript syntax
aldmeris.vim 1.1.1 2011-10-14 7.0 Vincent Velociter Add transparency option (fixes previous version)
aldmeris.vim 1.1 2011-10-14 7.3 Vincent Velociter Added option for terminal transparency.
aldmeris.vim 1.0 2011-07-27 7.0 Vincent Velociter Initial upload
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