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Perfect Dark : Dark & cold color scheme inspired by gedit

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created by
Vic Luo
script type
color scheme
This is a darkish scheme with various cold colors of which most are green/blue.

Recommend to install vimscript #4293 and vimscript #1640 to support STL and C++11.

Note that this color scheme does not specify colors in terminal, BUT you can install https://github.com/godlygeek/csapprox and follow steps in https://github.com/godlygeek/csapprox/blob/master/doc/CSApprox.txt to get full-color support in terminal, which just works well in my gnome-terminal.

Note2: I failed to make this scheme compatible with win32 vim terminal.

In Linux GVim: http://i1377.photobucket.com/albums/ah43/lz96/perfectdark_zpsa7099350.png
In Windows GVim: http://i1377.photobucket.com/albums/ah43/lz96/win_zps3c95ecff.jpg
In Linux terminal (vimcat): http://i1377.photobucket.com/albums/ah43/lz96/perfectDarkinterm_zps34785a7a.png
install details
Place in your ~/.vim/colors/ (Xnix) or $VIMRUNTIME\colors (Windows), then run :colorscheme PerfectDark

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
PerfectDark.vim 1.2 2016-02-06 7.0 Vic Luo Support cCustomClass of vim-cpp-enhanced-highlight
PerfectDark.vim 1.1 2015-09-12 7.0 Vic Luo Slightly increase the brightness of number to make it more readable
PerfectDark.vim 1.0-noterm 2015-02-18 7.0 Vic Luo This version removes cterm colors to be compatible with auto color converting plugin.
ONLY if 1.0 doesn't work properly in vim terminal should you use this.
NOTE: I failed to make this scheme compatible with win32 vim terminal.
PerfectDark.vim 1.0 2015-02-17 7.0 Vic Luo Initial upload
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