I have a color scheme that I really like for the terminal on my Linux box. I have edited Terminal.app's color scheme on my Mac to be identical to on my Linux box, and for the most part I am happy. I also am using the same .vimrc on the two machines, so code looks pretty much the same on the two different platforms. The one thing that is different is the highlighted text background color that appears when
set hlsearch is in the .vimrc.
On my Linux box, the highlight background color is the same color that is used for statements (i.e.
for in pretty much every language I've tried) and the foreground color gets inverted if it matches the background. However, on my Mac it is a jarring bright yellow color that is not part of my color scheme at all and no color inversion takes place with the foreground. I would like to change the highlighting background colort to be the same color as statements, just like on my Linux box. It would be a plus if I could get the foreground and background colors to switch like on Linux, too. I have checked the
/usr/share/vim/vimrc files, and both systems (Mac and Debian) have nothing in them pertaining to highlighting, as far as I can tell. Mac doesn't have an
Any ideas on how to edit this?