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Switch color themes on the fly in cygwin's mintty terminal

Project description

A command line tool for switching colors on the fly in cygwin’s mintty terminal.

Installation

You know this:

pip install mintty-colors

This installs a command-line tool - mtc that let’s you control the colors of your mintty session.

Usage

List available themes

$ mtc list

Change current theme

$ mtc set <theme>

Configuration

You can add your own themes or override the built-in themes by putting a file at ~/.mintty-colors. This file is a config file where each section describes a mintty color scheme in the format used in mintty’s ~/.minttyrc file.

Example:

[solarized-light]
BackgroundColour=253,246,227
ForegroundColour=88,110,117
CursorColour=88,110,117
Black=0,43,54
BoldBlack=101,123,131
Red=220,50,47
BoldRed=220,50,47
Green=133,153,0
BoldGreen=133,153,0
Yellow=181,137,0
BoldYellow=181,137,0
Blue=38,139,210
BoldBlue=38,139,210
Magenta=108,113,196
BoldMagenta=108,113,196
Cyan=42,161,152
BoldCyan=42,161,152
White=147,161,161
BoldWhite=253,246,227

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