GtkSourceView style schemes
This page contains third party styles for GtkSourceView based editors. Note that themes for GtkSourceView 2 are compatible with GtkSourceView 3.
How to install
To install a style just place its XML file into a folder of the style search path.
A typical search path for GtkSourceView version 2 looks like:
If this does not work in your distribution you can find out your style search path with this python script. To run it you need the python bindings for GtkSourceView 2. In Debian-based distributions this is package python-gtksourceview2.
A typical search path for GtkSourceView version 3 looks like:
List of styles
Styles emulating other editors
Espresso Libre (Pastie.org)
All five of the following themes were created by Will Farrington as a task for Google Highly Open Participation 2007.
Slush and Poppies
All screenshots of themes as of SVN r15.
This is a selection of styles from the GMate project, which contains dozens of styles based on other editors such as TextMate, Vim or Emacs.
GtkSourceSchemer - color scheme editor for GtkSourceView/gedit.
Scribd theme generator - online interactive tool that generates gtksourceview-compatible themes
vim2gtksourceview2: A script to convert vim themes to gtksourceview 2.0 themes.
several styles have been uploaded to gnome-look.org
Rather than listing themes on this page, we should try to get a section at http://art.gnome.org similar to this list for Vim. It really helps people a lot if they don't have to browse for different screenshots (which might even vary in quality once people start contributing their own schemes). -- SvenHerzberg