nordless Meets MELPA

For two years, I have used minimalist themes which mostly disable syntax highlighting, until I wrote my very own.

Today, I am pleased to announce that nordless is now a MELPA package. nordless is a mostly colourless theme, with two main sources of inspiration: nofrils, an extremely minimalist colour scheme for vim, and nord, a north-bluish colour palette.

nordless is distributed under the terms of the GPL-3.0 licence. It would not have existed at all without nofrils, a neat, “anti-highlighting syntax” theme for vim by robertmeta. A lot of credits go to Arctic Ice Studio.

I should warn you: I have only tested nordless with my emacs configuration, and I am pretty sure there is still a lot to do. If you use it and find a case where some strange colour pops up, feel free to report this by filling an issue to the GitHub repository.