Solarized-Dark-for-Xcode - Solarized Dark Theme for Xcode

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I've moved away from using Solarized to a Night-Shift-friendly palette of my own creation; Cognac. It's available for many editors, including Xcode. I will still continue supporting this Solarized Dark theme for the Xcode community.

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https://github.com/ArtSabintsev/Solarized-Dark-for-Xcode

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