Nowadays I use ‘org-indent-mode’ along with ‘visual-line-mode’ in Org-Mode files to display everything nicely without having to manually apply indentation and paragraph filling.
- Yoshi theme
My cat is named Yoshi and I was just working on a random new theme, which was
new-theme for a while. I couldn't think of a name so I named it after him.
Here is a list of the themed major and minor modes. Certain modes may only have been themed partially and this list may not be complete.
- Compilation mode
- CSS mode
- ERT Test results
- Highlight indent
- JS2 Mode
- Message mode
- Org mode
- Outline mode
- Rainbow delimiters
- ReStructured Text mode
- Sh mode
- Slime repl
- Term mode
- Texinfo mode
- Whitespace mode
This project is licensed under the GNU General Public License version 3 or (at your option) any later version. You can read the terms of this license here.
Installation comes in two flavors.
Installation with ELPA
Installation from git
To use a version from the latest git checkout you should clone the repository and then add the directory to your
In a shell execute:
cd ~/ git clone git://github.com/ryuslash/yoshi-theme.git
Then add to your
(add-to-list 'custom-theme-load-path (expand-file-name "~/yoshi-theme"))
Enabling Yoshi theme
Once you've installed Yoshi theme you can either use
M-x load-theme to enable it interactively for the current session, or put the following in your
(load-theme 'yoshi :no-confirm)
- Enable this by calling
(require 'yoshi-mode-line). This module enables the mode-line as is intended to be used with Yoshi theme.
Installation in Spacemacs
Edit your .spacemacs file
(SPC f e d) and add the
Add the theme to the top of the themes list to make it the default theme, for example:
dotspacemacs-themes '(yoshi monokai spacemacs-dark spacemacs-light solarized-light solarized-dark leuven zenburn)