CudaText editor syntax and user interface themes
CudaText is an open source, lightweight and cross-platform text editor written by Alexey Torgashin, who is also the author of the popular SynWrite editor. The author of most plug-ins (Python scripts) for the CudaText is Andrey Kvichanskiy.
CudaText has a great configuration possibilities and many advanced features: syntax highlighting (for more than 160 languages), code folding, multiple carets, code structure, compiler integration, support for projects and sessions, and many more.
As a software developer, in my work I use primarily specialized programming environments like Embarcadero Delphi, Lazarus, CodeTyphon, Microsoft Visual Studio and Code::Blocks. But to browse source files from many projects, perform minor editing tasks, writing scripts, very useful is an auxiliary text editor. CudaText is great in such role.
I can not help the author of the CudaText in the development of the program because I work intensively over a dozen of my own projects, but I really like the CudaText and decided to develop some color schemes (themes).
Some useful links:
CudaText home page: http://uvviewsoft.com/cudatext/
Source code: https://github.com/Alexey-T/CudaText
Solarized Dark full theme (UI + Syntax)
Based on information available at http://ethanschoonover.com/solarized and Solarized Dark theme for Visual Studio Code and Atom.
Dracula full theme (UI + Syntax)
Based on information available at https://github.com/dracula/dracula-theme and Dracula theme for Visual Studio Code and Atom.