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I would like to have the colors the gruvbox coloring scheme for (g)vim uses in a lstlisting environment. Is the listings package too dumb to differentiate e.g. between "template", "const" and other keywords so they all get the same color?

  • in my experience listings can be manipulated to do pretty smart (or dumb) things. You can try with morekeywords or with some text replacement for const or template. Maybe if you put a screenshot of the desired colors and the code we can help. – alfC Mar 9 '16 at 4:52
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Listings only has quite a simple pattern matcher designed to distinguish keywords from punctuation etc. The minted package is more powerful (but requires shell-escape to use an external parser). Minted uses the python pygmetize syntax highlighter, for which there appears to be a gruvbox-style customisation here

https://github.com/daveyarwood/gruvbox-pygments

  • My documentation currently uses \begin{lstlisting}[style=...] and \listinline|...| everywhere. Is it easy to go from listings to mint in regards to an existing documentation that already uses listings? – apriori Mar 8 '16 at 22:58
  • @apriori try one with minted and if you like it then it's only a global replace in your editor to change them all, or just some, you can load both packages. – David Carlisle Mar 8 '16 at 23:25

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