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Lightweight module with ANSI control codes to dye python scripts, the simplest and lightest module to work with colors and formatting.

Project description

Lightweight module with ANSI control codes to dye python scripts.

This package contains just one module, it consist only on some declaration, something like:

RED = \x1b[31m

The module has the trivial task of extend the namespace of your application to include terms you can use to color and format terminal output using ANSI control codes.

Usage

from dye import *

print fg.BLUE+"colorz"+fg.RESET
print fg.LBLUE+"colorz"+fg.RESET

print style.BOLD + fg.GREEN + bg.YELLOW + "colorz" + style.RESET_ALL

The strings contained in the colorz variables are ANSI control codes.

In this set there are:

  • the basic 8 colors
BLACK
RED
GREEN
YELLOW
BLUE
MAGENTA
CYAN
WHITE
  • their high intensity versions
HBLACK
HRED
HGREEN
HYELLOW
HBLUE
HMAGENTA
HCYAN
HWHITE
  • The following styles are supported:
BOLD
DIM
UNDERL
BLINK
REVERSE
HIDDEN
  • reset sequences
RESET_ALL
RESET_BOLD
RESET_DIM
RESET_UNDERL
RESET_BLINK
RESET_REVERSE
RESET_HIDDEN

You can set text color using fg codes: fg.RED

You can set background color using bg codes: bg.RED

You can set styles using style codes: style.BOLD

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