In my formative programming years I spent a lot of time writing Pascal code in the Borland Turbo Pascal IDE. It was one of the first programming languages that had a compiler, editor and debugger all included in one integrated tool.
So, here's my syntax highlighting theme for Atom that is reminiscent of the Borland Turbo Pascal IDE.
Grab it from:
You can also install the syntax theme directly in the Atom editor. Simply go to
Preferences > Themes and search for "turbo pascal"