Ever had to scour the web to find an iTerm2 theme to match your VSCode theme, to keep your development environment in the same palette?
Introducing "ditto", a small CLI to convert any installed
VSCode theme(s) to importable iTerm2 Color Scheme(s). 🎨😌
The CLI is open-sourced on Github!
A CLI tool to convert your VSCode theme to an iTerm2 theme.
- NodeJS 10+. The tool does work with NodeJS 8.x, but we do not officially support it.
Tested on macOS, Linux and Windows (via Windows Terminal)
Running / Installation
We recommend using
npx to run the CLI:-
Or, alternatively, install it globally via npm and then run:-
$ npm install -g @campvanilla/ditto-cli $ ditto-cli
Setting in iTerm2
Once an iterm color scheme file is generated,
Cmd + Click on the file name (with extension as
iTerm2 to automatically import the preset into iTerm & then select the theme from preferences (
Cmd + i →
Colors tab →
Color Presets → Select the generated color preset).
|CLI Argument||Optional||Description||Default Value|
|--extensions-dir||yes||To specify the folder containing your VSCode extensions you've configured VSCode to|
Here's a quick preview on how this works,
Would love to hear feedback on this. 🙂