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xorium.vim : Colorful, dark background, unobtrusive invisibles, 256 colors

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script type
color scheme
 
description
Xorium is a colorful and easy to read color scheme featuring easily identifiable syntax highlighting and unobtrusive invisibles (for when you have :set list).

Based off of Dmitriy Zotikov's original theme, xoria256: http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=2140

Screen shots (showing cursorline):
Java    - http://i.imgur.com/aGe4b.png
.vimrc  - http://i.imgur.com/RAc0z.png (with invisibles)
vimdiff  - http://i.imgur.com/eT65o.png

The font used in the screen shots is the free "Anonymous Pro" (http://www.ms-studio.com/FontSales/anonymouspro.html).
 
install details
Just put xorium.vim in your .vim/colors folder (or vimfiles/colors on Windows) if you use gvim or your terminal is already 256 color compatible.
To enable 256 color terminal on some Linux distributions (ex. Ubuntu), install ncurses-term if you don't already have it installed, then add

if [ "$COLORTERM" == "gnome-terminal" ]; then
    export TERM=xterm-256color
fi

to you .bashrc file to make the terminal always identify itself as 256 color capable.

Note: This color scheme does not work with non-256 color compatible terminals.
 

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
xorium.vim 1.05 2011-07-07 5.7 L C Big changes to MatchParen and TODO coloring. Minor changes to Search, NonText (end of file '~'s, invisibles), SpecialKey (more invisibles) and Visual selection colors.
xorium.vim 1.01 2011-07-06 5.7 L C Fixed a tiny naming error
xorium.vim 1.0 2011-07-06 5.7 L C Initial upload
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