I would like to have an excellent syntax highliter for obj-c that matches or beats the one in my xcode.. I've installed base16 through yadr, and i've also installed cocoa.vim to have better syntax ...
I use gvim and the color scheme which I use is called 'slate'. I mostly just code in python, html and css and I like slate's syntax coloring except for a few syntax colors. Is it possible for me to ...
Okay so I am using the 'slate' color scheme in gvim and it is really great and I like it a lot except recently I have starting working with html and css files and for some reason, it starts ...
I like the code coloring in Github so that keywords gets highlighted when view source code. But in Bitbucket i see very light color and almost no diff between codes , keywords etc. very bad color ...
For example, if I open a text file, notepad++ would open it in 'default' theme. But if I open a php file for instance, it would open it in 'custom_theme1'. I know notepad++ is highly extensible, so I ...
I've come across a couple of websites that have been very helpful in allowing people to create custom color themes for their favorite IDE's. Visual Studio themes Eclipse themes Is there a similar ...