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Quick python reference for terminal color escape codes

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clicolor

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Quick python reference for terminal color escape codes

Usage

Install options:

  • Install the package clicolor

  • Add as a submodule

git submodule add https://github.com/camas/clicolor
  • Or just copy cli.py and LICENSE somewhere

Then from clicolor.cli import CLI, ...

Examples

print(f"{CLI.BG_YELLOW}{CLI.GREEN}Green on yellow.{CLI.RESET}")

Green text on yellow background example

print(f"{CLI.BOLD}{CLI.RED}Bold red.{CLI.RESET}")

Bold red text example

print(f"{CLIT.bg(128,0,0)}{CLIT.fg(255,99,71)}Truecolor tomato red on maroon red background{CLI.RESET}")

Truecolor red example

test.py

use test.py to run a variety of tests including modifiers, 8/16 colors, 256 colors and Truecolors.

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