A string-coloring package for terminals
colorparse is a python package that will read and parse strings with defined color codes, showing their respective colors in the terminal. This way, a string can be easily colored, simplifying the work for the user. For the complete documentation, change log and more, visit the readthedocs page and the github page.
To install, upgrade or uninstall, use the following:
$ pip install colorparse $ pip install --upgrade colorparse $ pip uninstall colorparse
* the prefixes [t] refer to terminal-only, [m] for module-only and [d] for docs-only changes, respectively *
# version 1.1.6 (2020 - 03 - 12) - Fixed color code overflow when ending specific color types consecutively (e.g. "/;g:w/ green text/;; with white background/:: would make this text green", returns the part of the string "would make this text green" with the former color green).
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