I’ve posted an update for my Molokai color scheme for Vim that now supports the terminal version of Vim on terminals capable of displaying 256 colors.

I don’t use the terminal version of Vim as often as GVim, but it is still occasionally useful, and I hated having to use two different color schemes; one on the GUI version and one on the terminal.

Of course, both are not exactly the same, since the terminal capabilities are still restricted, but they look fairly similar. The following screenshot shows GVim (left) and Vim on gnome-terminal (right) running side by side with the new molokai version:


You can get the updated script from the Vim site or from my dotfiles repository at GitHub.

Tomas Restrepo

Software developer located in Colombia. Sr. PFE at Microsoft.