Shadorain/shadotheme

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CREATED

2021-03-15

UPDATED

5 days ago

packer

require('packer').startup(function()
  use 'Shadorain/shadotheme'
end)

paq

require "paq" { 
  'Shadorain/shadotheme'
}

shadotheme

My ultimate purple and pink dark cherryblossom theme! For all my screenshots and everything I use Source Code Pro as my font.

Installation

This repo will grow overtime with many different colorschemes for different software. Right now the only two are Vim/Nvim and Shell theme.

Vim / Nvim

To install this colorscheme for vim or neovim, copy the syntax/ and colors/ folders into your vim/nvim configuration directory. As a side note, if you would like my neovim set up, you can get it here: Shadovim

For vim (be warned, some things may not work perfectly since this is only tested for neovim):

mkdir ~/.vim/colors/ ~/.vim/syntax/
ln ./colors/* ~/.vim/colors/
ln ./syntax/* ~/.vim/syntax/

For nvim:

vim-plug:

Plug 'Shadorain/shadotheme'

Packer:

use 'Shadorain/shadotheme'

Using the terminal

mkdir ~/.config/nvim/colors/ ~/.config/nvim/syntax/
ln ./colors/* ~/.config/nvim/colors/
ln ./syntax/* ~/.config/nvim/syntax/

Finally in your .vimrc or init.vim set the colorscheme:

colorscheme xshado

Lightline

To install the theme for the lightline bar in neovim use:

ln -sf ./shado_lightline.vim ~/.local/share/nvim/plugged/lightline.vim/autoload/lightline/colorscheme/deus.vim

In vim set the lightline theme to deus.vim (note I did this because I havent found a way to add a custom theme so I overwrote one of the default ones)

let g:lightline = { 'colorscheme': 'deus' }

Terminal

To install my terminal colorscheme it is up to your terminal honestly. Here is the color palette:

black #140a1d #140a1d red #B52A5B #B52A5B green #FF4971 #FF4971 yellow #8897F4 #8897F4 blue #bd93f9 #bd93f9 magenta #E9729D #E9729D cyan #F18FB0 #F18FB0 white #f1c4e0 #f1c4e0 black #a8899c #a8899c red #B52A5B #B52A5B green #FF4971 #FF4971 yellow #8897F4 #8897F4 blue #bd93f9 #bd93f9 magenta #E9729D #E9729D cyan #F18FB0 #F18FB0 white #f1c4e0 #f1c4e0 background #09090d #09090d foreground #e3c7fc #e3c7fc cursor #f1c4e0 #f1c4e0

Shell

To have special LS_COLORS, set this environment variable in your shell's configuration:

LS_COLORS="rs=0:di=01;34:ln=01;36:mh=00:pi=40;33:so=01;35:do=01;35:bd=40;33;01:cd=40;33;01:or=40;31;01:mi=00:su=37;41:sg=30;43:ca=30;41:tw=30;42:ow=34;42:st=37;44:ex=01;32:*.md=38;5;68:*.log=38;5;68:*.c=38;5;169:*.h=38;5;135:*.o=38;5;97:*.y=38;5;99:*.l=38;5;99:*.sh=38;5;104"
EXA_COLORS="*.md=38;5;68:*.log=38;5;68:*.c=38;5;169:*.h=38;5;135:*.o=38;5;97:*.y=38;5;99:*.l=38;5;99:*.sh=38;5;104"

ST

This struct holds the colors for ST to handle. Copy and paste this into config.h in your st directory and recompile. To simply use my configuration and patched setup of ST, checkout here: ShadoST

/* Terminal colors (16 first used in escape sequence) */
static const char *colorname[] = {
    /* 8 normal colors */
  [0] = "#140a1d", /* black   */
  [1] = "#B52A5B", /* red     */
  [2] = "#FF4971", /* green   */
  [3] = "#8897F4", /* yellow  */
  [4] = "#bd93f9", /* blue    */
  [5] = "#E9729D", /* magenta */
  [6] = "#F18FB0", /* cyan    */
  [7] = "#f1c4e0", /* white   */

  /* 8 bright colors */
  [8]  = "#a8899c",  /* black   */
  [9]  = "#B52A5B", /* red     */
  [10] = "#FF4971", /* green   */
  [11] = "#8897F4", /* yellow  */
  [12] = "#bd93f9", /* blue    */
  [13] = "#E9729D", /* magenta */
  [14] = "#F18FB0", /* cyan    */
  [15] = "#f1c4e0", /* white   */

  /* special colors */
  [256] = "#09090d", /* background */
  /* [257] = "#f1c4e0", /1* foreground *1/ */
  [257] = "#e3c7fc", /* foreground */
  [258] = "#f1c4e0",     /* cursor */
};

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