I have done some digging in the actual xoria256.vim file and found
that the author was only coloring Django templates in the actual
terminal and ignoring the GUI. So I forked the scheme on github and
made the changes if anyone is interested or having similar issues.
I still did not find what is causing the bug of it breaking all the
other color schemes yet but I will be looking into it it further so
hopefully I can fix the issue.
On Feb 25, 11:45 am, Phil Dobbin <phildob...@...> wrote:
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> On 25/02/2012 16:30, blewisjr wrote:
> > My .vimrc and .gvimrc contained nothing more then the basic config
> > from the vim wiki which is just some small tweaks to searching,
> > nocompatible, syntax on, and a few extra mappings.
> > I am not sure why the terminal works fine but through some further
> > testing I think the issue is with the actual xoria256 color scheme
> > and the way MacVim actually sets the GUI. I know the scheme works
> > fine in gVim.
> > I came to this conclusion by disabling xoria256 in the
> > .gvimrc/.vimrc and allowing MacVim to load with the default color
> > scheme. I then used :colorscheme to change to desert, elflord and
> > other built in schemes and everything worked as expected. I then
> > did a :colorscheme to enable xoria256 and the keywords were not
> > highlighted properly and then changing to the other default color
> > schemes the highlighting continued to be broken in those as well.
> > Then I restarted macvim and everything was fine again till
> > xoria256 was manually loaded.
> > After this I would assume that xoria256 does something that MacVim
> > does not like. Not sure why because my assumptions were that
> > MacVim was vim only under a cocoa GUI.
> I suggest you contact the author of the colorscheme so he can debug it
> or at the very least append a codicil to the download highlighting (no
> pun intended) the anomaly of using it with MacVim.
> > On Feb 24, 8:22 pm, Phil Dobbin <phildob...@...> wrote: On
> > 24/02/2012 13:53, blewisjr wrote:
> >>>> This is really weird. First and foremost I use the xoria256
> >>>> color scheme. In my .vimrc have the scheme set to start up
> >>>> the xoria256 color scheme.
> >>>> If I load macvim in the terminal with mvim -v the color
> >>>> scheme loads up and everything is perfect. However if I
> >>>> launch with just mvim the color scheme is applied but all the
> >>>> keywords don't color correctly or at all.
> >>>> I tried numerous color schemes like desert and elf lord and
> >>>> they all do the same thing. When launched in the terminal
> >>>> they behave properly but when launched in the GUI they miss
> >>>> certain highlights on keywords but not all highlights. For
> >>>> instance in the terminal xoria256 highlights django templates
> >>>> perfectly but in the guy it misses all the django template
> >>>> keywords. (Yes I changed to filetype to htmldjango instead
> >>>> of just plain html)
> >>>> I am using Snapshot64 installed via homebrew.
> >>>> I just don't understand why the terminal launch would be
> >>>> perfect but the gui all messed up.
> > You could try downloading the source tarball of snapshot 64 &
> > compiling it to rule out homebrew as one potential cause (have
> > never used homebrew so I don't have any experience with it).
> > Also try disabling all plugins & launching MacVim to see if there's
> > a conflict there.
> > & posting your vimrc & gvimrc would help fellow listees to try to
> > debug.
> > It is strange. It's usually the other way 'round; colours are
> > usually a problem in the console not the GUI.
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