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apprentice.vim : A dark low-contrast colorscheme.

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created by
Romain Lafourcade
 
script type
color scheme
 
description
Apprentice is a low-contrast colorscheme based on the awesome Sorcerer by Jeet Sukumaran.

It is essentially a streamlined version of the original with a reduced number of colors entirely taken from the default xterm palette to ensure a similar look in 256 colors-ready terminal emulators and GUI Vim.

For screenshots, visit Apprentice’s home page:

http://romainl.github.io/Apprentice/

For issues and pull requests, visit Apprentice's GitHub page:

https://github.com/romainl/Apprentice
 
install details
On UNIX-like systems:

$HOME/.vim/colors/apprentice.vim

On Windows:

$HOME\vimfiles\colors\apprentice.vim
 

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
apprentice-1.4.zip 1.4 2014-08-09 7.0 Romain Lafourcade * Completely reworked to work better in 8/16 colors terminal.
apprentice-1.3.zip 1.3 2014-07-23 7.0 Romain Lafourcade * The 8 colors part no longer defines a "Normal" background color.
* See the Github page for color swatches to customize your 8 colors terminal.
apprentice-1.2.zip 1.2 2014-04-19 7.0 Romain Lafourcade * Added installation instructions to README.
* Changed images in README to remove screnshot dir.
* Cleaned up the cterm colors for non-256 terminals.
* Changed htmlLink for more visibility.
* Fixed TabLineFill.
apprentice.zip 1.1 2014-04-03 7.0 Romain Lafourcade Fixes an Error vs CursorLine conflict.
Adds rules for Fugitive’s diffAdded and diffRemoved.
apprentice.zip 1.0 2014-03-31 7.0 Romain Lafourcade Initial upload
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