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darK - A Kate Syntax Highlighting Theme

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darK - A Kate Syntax Highlighting Theme
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Downloads:  6926
Submitted:  Feb 19 2007
Updated:  Jun 20 2008

Description:

darK v0.1

darK is color scheme for kdevelop/kate inspired by the Ruby on Rails Screencasts. I used it heavily for developing with Ruby (Ruby on Rails) and thus some of the keywords and types which are highlighted nicely for Ruby syntax highlighting may need to be implemented in the language of your choice. I've included a nicely formatted piece of ruby code so that you can see how the highlighting _should_ look in another language if it doesn't already.

Installation:
1) Either run install.sh script or _append_ the content of files kateschemarc.darK and katesyntaxhighlightingrc.darK to ~/.kde/share/config/kateschemarc and ~/.kde/share/config/katesyntaxhighlightingrc respectivelly.
2) Start kdevelop, go to Settings/Configure Editor/Fonts & Colors and change 'Default schema for kdevelop' to 'darK'

Author
Michael McCanna

Let me know if you like it (or not) or have problems with it.




Changelog:

darK 0.1:
- First Release!

darK 0.2:
- After using for most of my editing, changed some colors.




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 dark

 
 by revertex on: Jun 21 2008
 
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bein kate a develop tool, it should come with dark color schemas by default


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 Re: dark

 
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sorry, it was a typo, i mean "being"


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 It should but....

 
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It seems that it only comes with the default color scheme.

I haven't tried KDE4, it might do a better job of the dark colorscheming overall


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 Enhancement request

 
 by dannysauer on: Jan 25 2010
 
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It'd be nice if the syntax files included a leading blank line, so they'd be separated from existing syntax entries.

It would also be neat if the installer would check to see if there's already a [dark] section and either overwrite that or notify the user that dark is already installed.

And finally, it'd be neat to use
kde-config --localprefix
in order to identify the installation location, rather than hard-coding ~/.kde/. :)

Overall, though, I'm happy with the theme itself. Thanks for putting this together. :)


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 gray on black?

 
 by demonarg on: Nov 24 2011
 
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First of all, thanks!

For "plain text files" the text is gray on black :(
And for example with perl although there isn't a syntax definition in the katesyntaxhighlightingrc.darK I see a lot of keywords in gray too.

I really can't understand why kde or kate developers doesn't develop a dark color scheme ;)


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