bash script to change vim colorscheme based on the available themes

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Here\’s one script that you may find useful. A little variation or wrapper for this script can make your life colorful 🙂

You can write a wrapper to this to take one of the inputs randomly and then use it in alias to start vim.

#!/bin/bash –
#===============================================================================
#
#          FILE:  change_vim_colorscheme.sh
#
#         USAGE:  ./change_vim_colorscheme.sh
#
#   DESCRIPTION: Change the vim colorscheme from command prompt
#
#       OPTIONS:  —
#  REQUIREMENTS:  —
#          BUGS:  —
#         NOTES:  —
#        AUTHOR:  Amit Agarwal (AKA), [email protected]
#       COMPANY:  Individual
#       VERSION:  1.0
#       CREATED:  02/02/2010 10:30:07 PM IST
#      REVISION:  —
#===============================================================================

#Change the directory to where we will find all colors and then print them 🙂
cd ~/.vim/colors
for i in *.vim
do
echo \”${i%.vim}\”
done
#Read the choice of the user

read -p \”Enter one of the colorschemes :: \” choice
file=~/.vim/colors/$choice.vim
if [ ! -f $file ]
then
echo \”Colorscheme file \”$file\” does not exist\”
exit -1
fi

#Do the susbstitution in new file in /tmp
sed \’s#\\(^ *colorscheme\\).*#\\1 \’$choice\’#\’ ~/.vimrc > /tmp/vimrc
diff ~/.vimrc /tmp/vimrc
read -p \”Do you want to make the changes (y/n) :: \” yn
if [ $yn = \”y\” ]
then
echo {/tmp/,~/.}vimrc
cp {/tmp/,~/.}vimrc
else
echo \”Modified changes are available in /tmp/vimrc\”
fi

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Here\’s one of the mail that I received from the IndiBlogger team.

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There’s been lots of talk about how social media can bring change and make an impact on the world we live in. Well, here is one tangible way for us to take a small action that could have a HUGE outcome.

In case you have more questions about this, please write to [email protected] and a GiveIndia team member would be happy to reply.
Regards,

The IndiBlogger Team & The GiveIndia Team

blog.giveindia.org
@GiveIndia

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