Travertino is a set of constants and utilities for describing user interfaces
Travertino is a set of constants and utilities for describing user interfaces, including:
$ pip install travertino
Then in your python code, import and use it:
>>> from travertino.colors import color, rgb, # Define a new color as an RGB triple >>> red = rgb(0xff, 0x00, 0x00) # Parse a color from a string >>> color('#dead00') rgb(0xde, 0xad, 0x00) # Reference a pre-defined color >>> color('RebeccaPurple') rgb(102, 51, 153)
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If you experience problems with Travertino, log them on GitHub. If you want to contribute code, please fork the code and submit a pull request.
Travertino uses Pre-commit and TownCrier to help maintain code quality. For details on how to use these tools as part of your development environment, see the Briefcase code contribution guide. Although that document is for a different project, the details about setting up your development environment are the same.
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