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I think there are set of schemes in your directory version of
/usr/share/vim/vim64/colors which you can set with:
colorscheme <filename without .vim>

Also - if you like vim - you may even like it even more if you haven't
allready disovered mru and Tlist with ctags?

Cheers,

Piers Harding.




On Sat, Sep 02, 2006 at 06:34:37PM +0900, Alder Green wrote:
> I've been migrating to Vim recently. It has impressive Ruby/Rails
> support: indentation, intellisense for Ruby and Rails objects, a lot
> of shortcuts for fast editing of Rails projects... you can even script
> Vim in Ruby!
>=20
> Vim also has good syntax-highlighting support. Unfortunately, the
> color scheme applied through the syntax highlighting sucks. It lumps
> together too many elements:
>=20
> Methods, symbols, constants, class variables, instance variables,
> global variables, block parameters, predefined constants and variables
> --
>=20
> All those are colored blue. Which completely defeats the purpose of
> syntax-highlighting, to help you visually differentiate between the
> various syntactical elements of the code.
>=20
> Apparently, all the above (and several others)  *are* differentiated
> by the Vim Ruby syntax parser. However, the default color scheme
> colors them all the same. So the problem is with the color scheme.
>=20
> How do I get a nice color scheme that would do a better job of
> visually differentiating the various Ruby-related syntactical
> elements?
>=20
> --=20
> -Alder

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I think there are set of schemes in your directory version of
/usr/share/vim/vim64/colors which you can set with:
colorscheme <filename without .vim>

Also - if you like vim - you may even like it even more if you haven't
allready disovered mru and Tlist with ctags?

Cheers,

Piers Harding.




On Sat, Sep 02, 2006 at 06:34:37PM +0900, Alder Green wrote:
> I've been migrating to Vim recently. It has impressive Ruby/Rails
> support: indentation, intellisense for Ruby and Rails objects, a lot
> of shortcuts for fast editing of Rails projects... you can even script
> Vim in Ruby!
>=20
> Vim also has good syntax-highlighting support. Unfortunately, the
> color scheme applied through the syntax highlighting sucks. It lumps
> together too many elements:
>=20
> Methods, symbols, constants, class variables, instance variables,
> global variables, block parameters, predefined constants and variables
> --
>=20
> All those are colored blue. Which completely defeats the purpose of
> syntax-highlighting, to help you visually differentiate between the
> various syntactical elements of the code.
>=20
> Apparently, all the above (and several others)  *are* differentiated
> by the Vim Ruby syntax parser. However, the default color scheme
> colors them all the same. So the problem is with the color scheme.
>=20
> How do I get a nice color scheme that would do a better job of
> visually differentiating the various Ruby-related syntactical
> elements?
>=20
> --=20
> -Alder

--=20
Home - http://www.piersharding.com
xmpp:piers / ompka.net

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