MultiLang Color Scheme
Color Schemes Designed For Humans To Read. These color schemes are designed to work with Sublime Text 2/3 as well as any other IDE that uses .tmTheme files.
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Copyright © Nicholas Jordon - All Rights Reserved
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- License: GNU GPL v3
- License URL: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.html
Table of Contents
Directly Supported Languages:
These languages have specific rules in the scheme to allow better syntax highlighting, and often are schemed to be distinguishable in mixed code.
- HTML, XML, CSS, PHP, Markdown, JSON
Non-Directly Supported Languages:
These languages are supported well (though possibly not as well as others) through the default interpretation settings, but have little or no specific rules in the scheme.
- Shell, CoffeeScript, Ruby, Clojure
Partially Supported Languages:
These languages have at least some support, but need to be Directly Supported in order to be considered completely supported.
These languages have been scheduled to be added to the Directly Supported list.
Community Work-in-progress Languages:
These are languages I do not know well enough to scheme myself, and will need the community (that's you) to send pull requests in order to have them added to the Directly/Non-Directly Supported lists.
- ColdFusion, Python, Ruby, ActionScript, C, C#, C++, Haskell, all others
MultiLang Color Scheme in Package Control.
Clone this repo to your
Preferences -> Color Scheme -> MultiLang Color Schemes -> <scheme-name>
That's it! Enjoy, your new schemes.
Everyone is welcome to submit their own ideas, and it is my hope that you do. I esspecially encourage people to create & submit their own versions of these schemes, as most people (myself included) enjoy having variety.
How to contribute
Fork the repo on Github:
Make your changes and log them to
Send a pull request to have your changes reviewed.
NOTE: Sending in your pull request does NOT mean I am obligated to apply your changes.
- Do these schemes work with Sublime Text 3?
- Will there ever be a light/white version of these themes?
- Yes. At the moment, we don't have the light version where we want it quite yet so it hasn't been released. In the future we will also have color variations of the white, including Pink, Orange and Blue versions
- I don't like the way <insert language> is colored, can you change it to something like <insert other language>?
- No, colors for all languages are chosen based on how they look next to other languages they are commonly found with, and not by “favorite” colors.
- Why is <insert programming language> not being highlighted?
- Sublime Text doesn't support all languages by default, so some languages may require you to install a plugin (aka package) in order for them to be highlighted.
- Can I make my own version of this project?
- Yes, but only under the terms of the license.
- Can I contribute to this project?
- Yes, see the section marked “Contributing.”