1 # vim-djmoch 2 3 My own, personal colorscheme. 4 5 ## Description 6 7 If you're looking for a beautiful colorscheme for Vim with beautiful, 8 well-balanced colors, then you should look elsewhere. If you want a 9 dark, low-contrast theme for your editor, this isn't for you. If you 10 want something that the author _didn't_ just name after himself, then 11 I'm sorry. 12 13 The several goals of __vim-djmoch__ are as follows: 14 15 1. High contrast, for readability. 16 2. Black-on-white, which is more natural to the eye. 17 3. I'm somewhat attached to the shade of blue, so that's used as an 18 accent. 19 20 Beyond those goals, the author reserves every right to make sudden, 21 radical changes without warning. The hope is that it will stabilize over 22 time, but as of September 2019 it's brand new and should be considered 23 unstable (or worse). 24 25 ## License 26 27 djmoch.vim is distributed under the same terms as Vim itself (see :help 28 license). djmoch.erb and Makefile are either derived or copied from 29 [vim-rnb](https://github.com/romainl/vim-rnb) and so carry forward that 30 project's MIT license (see 31 [LICENSE.rnb](https://git.danielmoch.com/vim-djmoch/tree/LICENSE.rnb)).