Friday, May 31, 2013

Solarized, Uniform Color Scheme

I've switched my vim's color scheme from oceandeep to solarized. Oceandeep is an eye-friendy dark color scheme great for people who prefer not to be distracted by highlighted text. However, it makes you feel a bit awkward when you launch vim from a console because it supports only gvim. I got hungry for "uniformity", and solarized came in.

Solarized - Precision colors for machines and people

Solarized is a color scheme maintained by Ethan Schoonover provides uniformity to your environment; it supports not only editors (not limited to vim!) but also other system development tools like terminal emulators and IDEs.

I've changed color schemes for vim and iTerm2, and they look coordinated. Awesome.

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