Your own expressive painter who colors text in your terminal.
Painter is fully tested with 100% coverage and also completely Flake8 compliant too!
Install Painter in your virtualenv as follows:
pip install painter
And now, go ahead and use it to output colors to your terminal:
from __future__ import print_function from painter import paint # Simple printing of colors print('Welcome to Painter!', paint.red('I can paint things red'), paint.blue('and blue')) # Chaining colors and styles print(paint.blue.on_red.bold.underline('and far more complex combos too')) print() # Using color patterns print(paint.rainbow('Awww look, a pretty rainbow :)')) print(paint.zebra('and a scary looking zebra!')) print() # Nested painting print(paint.on_red('I can also use a background color across', paint.blue('multiple'), paint.yellow('foreground colors'))) # Custom separator print(paint('and', 'allow', 'you to use', paint.red('custom separators'), sep='-')) print() # Creating themes cool_theme = paint.green.on_red.underline.bold print('Creating', cool_theme('your own theme'), 'is easy') # Easily disable painting of colors paint.enabled = False print('and I allow you to easily', paint.red('disable'), paint.blue('me')) print() paint.enabled = True print('Hope you have a', paint.blue('lovely day!'), paint.green(':)'))
The output of this script looks something like this:
For full details on using Painter, please check out the Painter GitHub Page.