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Modern Borland : A modern Borland-like colorscheme for Vim

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created by
Torben
 
script type
color scheme
 
description
The Modern Borland colorscheme for Vim is a tribute to the classic IDE developed by Borland International Inc. in the early 1990'ties. It mimics the look of the interface and the syntax highlighting. Modern Borland is not related to the Borland colorscheme that often ships with vim.

For screenshots, issues and more details please visit the project's GitHub page: https://github.com/letorbi/vim-colors-modern-borland
 
install details
The Modern Borland colorscheme can be easily installed via a plugin-manager like Plug or Vundle. Just add the address of the GitHub repo to your list of plugins:

   Plug: Plug 'letorbi/vim-colors-modern-borland'
   Vundle: Plugin 'letorbi/vim-colors-modern-borland'

Some might want to use Vim's native plugin-management or Pathogen instead. In that case you just have to clone the repository into the appropiate path in your Vim config-directory:

  $ git clone https://github.com/letorbi/vim-colors-modern-borland ~/.vim/pack/github/start/vim-colors-modern-borland

If you don't want to use a plugin-manager at all, you can simply clone the repository and copy the file colors/borland.vim into your Vim config-directory:

  $ git clone https://github.com/letorbi/vim-colors-modern-borland /tmp/vim-colors-modern-borland
  $ cp /tmp/vim-colors-modern-borland/colors/borland.vim ~/.vim/colors/borland.vim
 

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
vim-colors-borland-1.0.zip 1.0 2022-05-28 7.0 Torben Initial upload
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