svrana/neosolarized.nvim

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2021-10-23

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neosolarized.nvim

A truecolor, solarized dark colorscheme using tjdevries/colorbuddy.vim for neovim.

Based on NeoSolarized.

Why?

I've used a bunch of solarized themes. The best I have found is NeoSolarized. Despite it being fantastic, like most themes, I wanted to tweak it here and there and really wanted a lua solution for this in the style of the latest and greatest neovim plugins. TJ's colorbuddy plugin makes dealing with colors in neovim a pleasant experience. All the solarized colors and groups defined by this plugin are returned back to you in the setup call for reuse.

Limitations

  • dark only
  • termguicolors only
  • neovim only

Prerequisites

Make sure you have colorbuddy installed.

Setup

After installing colorbuddy and neosolarized.nvim with your favorite package manager add the following lua snippet to your init.vim:

lua << EOF
  require('neosolarized').setup({
    comment_italics = true,
    background_set = false,
  })
EOF

Example above is with the default settings that assumes a transparent terminal. If you would like this colorscheme to set the background (as in the screenshots above) change the background_set option to true, i.e.,

lua << EOF
  require('neosolarized').setup({
    comment_italics = true,
    background_set = true,
  })
EOF

Customization

neosolarized aims to be simple to customize.

The following is how I setup neosolarized. Ihis changes the color of the WarningMsg (currently used by some code actions) to a less visible color by linking the group to a predefined group.

lua << EOF
  n = require('neosolarized').setup({
    comment_italics = true,
    background_set = true,
  })
  -- for some reason some code actions get highlighted with WarningMsg and it's too much for me
  n.Group.link('WarningMsg', n.groups.Comment)
EOF

You could also just set the color or style, i.e.,:

  n.Group.new('TODO', n.colors.blue, n.colors.none, n.styles.underlined + n.styles.bold)

The Group above is from colorbuddy. The solarized colors are defined in n.colors and returned from setup().

For more information about how to use colorbuddy, check out the colorbuddy's README.

Features

  • Easy customization with colorbuddy without messing with nvim highlights
  • LSP diagnostic colors (no need for lsp-colors, for example)
  • Treesitter highlights
  • Transparency by default (disable with background_set = true)

Plugins supported

  • nvim-cmp
  • lsp-saga
  • telescope
  • vim-gitgutter
  • neomake
  • seblj/nvim-tabline
  • kevinwhang91/nvim-bqf
  • Primeagen/harpoon
  • lewis6991/gitsigns.nvim
  • phaazon/hop.nvim
  • j-hui/fidget
  • nvim-lualine/lualine.nvim

TODO

  • non-truecolors version for console use