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A simple way to add colours to terminal output in Python.

Project description

hl.colours add colours to terminal output.


Automatic installation:

pip install hl.colours

hl.colours is listed in PyPI and can be installed with pip or easy_install.

Manual installation: Download the latest source from PyPI.

tar xvzf hl.colours-$VERSION.tar.gz
cd hl.colours-$VERSION
sudo python install

The hl.colours source code is hosted on GitHub.

Usage Example


import hl.colours as k

for color in ['red', 'yellow', 'bblue', 'byellow']:
    print getattr(k, color)(color)

print k.yellow('This is yellow.')
print k.bred('This is stronger red.')

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