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"Colorize snippets and copy to rich text clipboard"

Project description

ColorSnip

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Command line tool: Copies the content of the given file (or stdin) to the clipboard with syntax coloring, so it can be pasted into a format-retaining software.

Installation

Compatible with:

$ pip install colorsnip

Usage:

$ colorsnip [filename|-]

Use case

Pasting formatted code for a presentation in Keynote or the like.

If you want to access the HTML/RTF content directly, use pygments and the CLI tool pygmentize that it provides.

Caveats

  • richxerox dependency seems to install half of PyPI
  • Untested on Linux and Windows
  • Linux and Windows get the HTML rich text format only, while MacOS get HTML and RTF.

License

MIT (see top of code file)

Code of conduct

This project follows the contributor covenant.

For any feedback, contact the author via an issue, or twitter or by email (first name at last name dot fr).

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