~novakane/kosmikoa.nvim

 A dark color scheme for Neovim with support for LSP, Treesitter.
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You can also use your local clone with git send-email.

#Kosmikoa

Note that I don't use Neovim anymore so don't expect too much update. Feel free to fork or send patches though.

Dark colors scheme for Neovim

#Requirements

  • Neovim > 0.5
  • Tree-sitter - Optional but highly recommended
  • Polyglot - Optional, you could look at what plugins they use for the languages you like though

Have a look at kosmikoa.extras for config for terminal and other tools

#Install

Use your favorite plugin manager.

e.g. packer.nvim

use {
    'https://git.sr.ht/~novakane/kosmikoa.nvim',
    -- you can require it directly here
    config = function()
        require'kosmikoa'
    end,
}

e.g. vim-plug

Plug 'https://git.sr.ht/~novakane/kosmikoa.nvim'

#Usage

lua require 'kosmikoa'

or

colorscheme kosmikoa

#Support

#Languages

  • All maintained Tree-sitter parsers
  • c/c++
  • clojure
  • css
  • fennel
  • go
  • html5
  • javascript
  • json
  • jsx
  • less
  • log
  • lua
  • markdown
  • moonscript
  • nim
  • python
  • rust
  • scss
  • sh
  • toml
  • typescript
  • xml
  • yaml
  • zig

#Plugins

A lot of plugins should be good if they link colors to defaults neovim groups.

#Contributing

For patches, questions or discussion send a plain text mail to my public inbox ~novakane/public-inbox@lists.sr.ht with project prefix set to kosmikoa.nvim:

git config sendemail.to "~novakane/public-inbox@lists.sr.ht"
git config format.subjectPrefix "PATCH kosmikoa.nvim"

See here for some great resource on how to use git send-email if you're not used to it, and my wiki.

Format the code with StyLua.

I mostly use c, zig, lua and sh so if you want to improve other languages feel free to send a patch or a request so I can look a it.

#License

MIT