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seoul256.vim is a low-contrast Vim color scheme based on Seoul Colors. Works on 256-color terminal or on GVim.
Use your favorite plugin manager.
Plug 'junegunn/seoul256.vim'to .vimrc
" Unified color scheme (default: dark) colo seoul256 " Light color scheme colo seoul256-light " Switch set background=dark set background=light
" seoul256 (dark): " Range: 233 (darkest) ~ 239 (lightest) " Default: 237 let g:seoul256_background = 236 colo seoul256 " seoul256 (light): " Range: 252 (darkest) ~ 256 (lightest) " Default: 253 let g:seoul256_background = 256 colo seoul256
g:seoul256_background is set, seoul256 will choose the right version based
on the value and
set background=dark/light will not switch versions.
If you'd like to switch versions with custom background colors, set
g:seoul256_background to be a dark value, and additionally define
g:seoul256_light_background for seoul256-light.
let g:seoul256_background = 233 let g:seoul256_light_background = 256 colo seoul256 colo seoul256-light
The GUI RGB colors are derived from 256-color-terminal color codes in the source code, with the help of a lookup table.
By default, the table contains RGB values of terminal colors as displayed by iTerm2 on macOS. If you're using another terminal emulator (urxvt, xfce4-terminal,... pretty much any terminal on Linux), the colors aren't displayed in the same way. That's why you may see a difference in color of GUI and terminal [n]vim in Linux.
let g:seoul256_srgb is set to 1, the color mapping is altered
to suit the way urxvt (and various other terminals) renders them. That way, the
colors of the terminal and GUI versions are uniformly colored on Linux.
let g:seoul256_srgb = 1
When loaded, soul256.vim will set up two global variables so that you can use them to customize other plugins:
g:seoul256_current_fg- Current foreground color in ANSI code
g:seoul256_current_bg- Current background color in ANSI code