Colorschemes built for use with Treesitter

I thought it would be nice to get a nice running list of colorschemes that have been built to work with treesitter! post 'em here…

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I really like this one:

Also, not that this topic is a bad idea, just want to note that Colorschemes · nvim-treesitter/nvim-treesitter Wiki · GitHub exists.

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Oceanic-next, it has mostly treesitter support, contributions are always welcomed!

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I just fell in love with this color scheme and abandoned the gruvbox.
https://github.com/sainnhe/edge

Is there a perf advantage to using treesitter based highlighting vs not?
there doesnt seem to be, at least not enough to notice.

I’ve been working on a color scheme with tree-sitter support for a little while. I was waiting for the 0.5 release to announce it, but here it is anyways…

repo: GitHub - savq/melange: 🗡️ Dark color scheme for Neovim and Vim

preview:

Edit: I made it with rktjmp/lush.nvim. 10/10 would recommend.

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zephyr

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There is a list of supported coloschemes in nvim-treesitter repo

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Here is mine

Moved some lua code I had for building base16 colorschemes with support for lsp and treesitter from my dotfiles into nvim-base16. Here is my colorscheme (schemer-dark) built using that.

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GitHub - npxbr/gruvbox.nvim: Lua port of the most famous vim colorscheme has treesitter support!

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Just found another interesting one (haven’t tried it myself but seems cool):

smolck Been using this one for quite a while :slight_smile: