49555Re: Patch to allow ctermfg or bg values as #rrggbb
- Feb 29, 2008Hello all,
I just wanted to let you know that this patch works like a charm and
it's by far the closest to having gvim-like color themes inside my
terminal; PuTTY with "TERM=xterm-256color" in my case.
I happened to be fortunate enough to ask the right question at the
right time and stumble across this patch by conversing with Matt in
#vim on freenode. Together, we put together a vim regex script that
is easily sourced on your favorite vim colorscheme to convert it to
the correct #rrggbb format.
regex script available here --> http://www.cs.drexel.edu/~mjw452/ctermrgbify-scheme.vim
His latest source patch applied cleanly to my Slackware-12 vim-7.1
package and only minor tweaking was required to the runtime patch
since Matt diff'd against the latest svn build.
I highly suggest that you consider this for inclusion into the main
On Jan 3, 1:30 pm, "Matt Wozniski" <m...@...> wrote:
> On Dec 20, 2007 11:44 PM, Matt Wozniski <m...@...> wrote:
> > ...
> > So, I've reworked the patch to support, in addition to the
> > xterm-compatible palette, Eterm and Konsole's palettes. Which palette
> > is used for the matching is controlled by a new option, 'termpalette'
> > (short name 'tpal'). If the option is unset, I default to an xterm
> > palette, but display a warning that color matching might be
> > unaccurate.
> > For those interested, a comparison between the 3 palettes that I've
> > found so far can be seen here:
> > So, I'd appreciate comments. The reworked patch can be found:
> >http://www.cs.drexel.edu/~mjw452/ctermrgb-src.diff(source, against SVN)
> > against latest AAP)
> > And, the two modified colorschemes for testing are available at
> >http://www.cs.drexel.edu/~mjw452/autumnleaf-rgb.vim; it should be
> > trivial to modify other colorschemes in this way.
> > Please comment!
> > ~Matt
> Has anyone tried this out? I would love to have some feedback on
> this, since I think that it would be a really nice feature to make
> life easier for colorscheme authors!
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