Good Wolf Color Scheme
Minimalist Sublime Text color scheme (comments/strings highlighted)
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Good Wolf is a minimalist color scheme. Steve Losh created the dark version of Good Wolf for Vim as a “syntax less” variant of Bad Wolf.
What do I mean by “syntax less”? I mean that the only things that are highlighted are:
- Strings: they are bolded and in a higher-contrast color than the foreground.
- Comments: they are a gravel gray color.
- HTML tags and attributes: they have brown tones (to stick out more).
- Markdown has highlighting.
For everything else, there is no syntax highlighting. You're free!
Good Wolf for Sublime Text
This color scheme is created for Sublime Text. In need of a similar nice light color scheme, I created Good Wolf (light) that has some tweaks but otherwise keeps the Spirit of Good Wolf.
To install it, look for “Good Wolf Color Scheme” in Package Control.