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Dracula

Dark theme for Vim and 214+ apps

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Install

These are the default instructions using Vim 8's |packages| feature. See sections below, if you use other plugin managers.

  1. Create theme folder (in case you don't have yet):
  • *nix:
mkdir -p ~/.vim/pack/themes/start
  • Windows: create directory $HOME\vimfiles\pack\themes\start

If you use vim 8.0 (and not 8.2), you may need to use ~/.vim/pack/themes/opt or $HOME\vimfiles\pack\themes\opt instead.

  1. Navigate to the folder above:
  • *nix:
cd ~/.vim/pack/themes/start
  • Windows: navigate to $HOME\vimfiles\pack\themes\start
  1. Clone the repository using the "dracula" name:
git clone https://github.com/dracula/vim.git dracula

(Or use your favorite GUI client, or download the ZIP)

  1. Edit your vimrc file with the following content:
packadd! dracula
syntax enable
colorscheme dracula

The location of the vimrc varies between platforms:

  • *nix: ~/.vim/vimrc or ~/.vimrc
  • Windows: $HOME\vimfiles\vimrc or $HOME\_vimrc

Install using other plugin managers

Navigate to your vim directory (*nix: ~/.vim; Windows: $HOME\vimfiles)

git submodule add git@github.com:dracula/vim.git bundle/dracula

Place colorscheme dracula after execute pathogen#infect().

Plugin 'dracula/vim', { 'name': 'dracula' }
:PluginInstall

Place colorscheme dracula after call vundle#end().

  • If you use vim-plug (`as` will install the plugin in a directory called 'dracula' instead of just 'vim'):
Plug 'dracula/vim', { 'as': 'dracula' }
:PlugInstall

Place colorscheme dracula after call plug#end().

  • If you use spacevim, put the following in ~/.SpaceVim.d/init.toml:
[options]
  colorscheme = "dracula"
  colorscheme_bg = "dark"
[[custom_plugins]]
  repo = "dracula/vim"
  name = "dracula"
  merged = false

Note that dracula must be in your 'runtimepath' to load properly: Version 2.0 introduced autoload functionality for part of the plugin, which doesn't work without 'runtimepath' properly set. Consult your plugin-managers documentation to make sure you put dracula on the 'runtimepath' before loading it.

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Contributors

This theme wouldn't exist without these people. Wanna help too? Check the repository on GitHub.

  • dsifford
  • benknoble
  • zenorocha
  • heinst
  • nanotee
  • nesl247
  • BlakeWilliams
  • lucazz
  • bdielman
  • hzchirs
  • niclas-ahden
  • d7xdev
  • andys8
  • raulchen
  • ashchan
  • renatoagds
  • siwatts
  • cousine
  • DerekStride
  • kazukazuinaina
  • vigoux
  • euclidianAce
  • aalvarado
  • adriantrunzo
  • andrepolischuk
  • BrandonMathis
  • blmayer
  • fourwood
  • dkarter
  • nuxlli

Made with by Zeno Rocha
under MIT license