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A blessings polyfill for the windows command line

Project description

Known Vulnerabilities Requirements Status # Intercessions A blessings polyfill for the windows command line

Attempts to implement the full blessings API in a format that will work on windows. Makes use of colorama to help with styling.

Installation

pip install intercessions

Usage

from intercessions import Terminal

t = Terminal()
with t.location(0,0), t.hidden_cursor():
    print(t.bold_red('Hello World!') + t.clear_eol)
    raw_input('Press Enter' + t.clear_eol)

Known Issues

  1. Terminal.fullscreen will work, but will crash CMD/Powershell after exit. See tartley/colorama#139
  2. The following will not work as they have no command codes entered
  • standout
  • no_standout
  • subscript
  • no_subscript
  • superscript
  • no_superscript

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