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background

オプション
background
短縮形
bg
オプションの種類
文字列
初期値
"dark" または "light"
有効範囲
Vim 全体に適用
互換性
Vi にはない
説明
見やすい色を表示するようにVimに背景色を教える。 "dark" に設定されていると、Vimは暗い背景によく合う色を使おうとする。"light" に設定されていると、Vimは明るい背景によく合う色を使おうとする。その他の値は無効である。
	When set to "dark", Vim will try to use colors that look good on a
	dark background.  When set to "light", Vim will try to use colors that
	look good on a light background.  Any other value is illegal.
	Vim tries to set the default value according to the terminal used.
	This will not always be correct.
	Setting this option does not change the background color, it tells Vim
	what the background color looks like.  For changing the background
	color, see |:hi-normal|.
	When 'background' is set Vim will adjust the default color groups for
	the new value.  But the colors used for syntax highlighting will not
	change.
	When a color scheme is loaded (the "colors_name" variable is set)
	setting 'background' will cause the color scheme to be reloaded.  If
	the color scheme adjusts to the value of 'background' this will work.
	However, if the color scheme sets 'background' itself the effect may
	be undone.  First delete the "colors_name" variable when needed.
	When setting 'background' to the default value with:
:set background&
	Vim will guess the value.  In the GUI this should work correctly,
	in other cases Vim might not be able to guess the right value.
	When starting the GUI, the default value for 'background' will be
	"light".  When the value is not set in the .gvimrc, and Vim detects
	that the background is actually quite dark, 'background' is set to
	"dark".  But this happens only AFTER the .gvimrc file has been read
	(because the window needs to be opened to find the actual background
	color).  To get around this, force the GUI window to be opened by
	putting a ":gui" command in the .gvimrc file, before where the value
	of 'background' is used (e.g., before ":syntax on").
	Normally this option would be set in the .vimrc file.  Possibly
	depending on the terminal name.  Example:
:if &term == "pcterm"
:  set background=dark
:endif
	When this option is set, the default settings for the highlight groups
	will change.  To use other settings, place ":highlight" commands AFTER
	the setting of the 'background' option.
	This option is also used in the "$VIMRUNTIME/syntax/syntax.vim" file
	to select the colors for syntax highlighting.  After changing this
	option, you must load syntax.vim again to see the result.  This can be
	done with ":syntax on".

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Last-modified: 2014-10-14 (火) 01:13:16 (1467d)