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Swag up your shell output with escape code magic!

Project description

Color your shell output with escape code magic.

Demo

Demo

Installation

pip install swag

Usage

usage: swag [-h] {print,install} ...

positional arguments:
  {print,install}  [command] help
    install        install the colors to the folder of choice
    print          prints the text with the specified color and type to the
                   console

optional arguments:
  -h, --help       show this help message and exit

Raw Usage

Use from code

from swag import colors
print colors.COLORS["red"], "This will be red"
# Or use the swagprinter helpers:

from swag import swagprinter
from swag.swagprinter import INTENSE

swagprinter.print_green("Blah", INTENSE) # Prints an intense green

# Prints an intense green, to the end of the output:
swagprinter.print_green("Blah", INTENSE, true)

Installation to a folder

From the commandline do

swag install -d <path/to/folder> # default is ~/.colors

This will install all the escape codes to the ~/.colors or folder.

Now you can use the colors directly from the console via:

echo $(cat ~/.colors/blue) This will be blue

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