xtermStyle: Terminal Text Formatting Using Escape Sequences
Version 3.0.5

Can be used for coloring output in terminals. It was developed for the standard Ubuntu terminal but should be compatible with any terminal using xterm or ANSI escape sequences. If run in windows, RStudio, or any other platform not supporting such escape sequences it gracefully passes on any output without modifying it.

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AuthorChristofer Backlin [aut, cre]
Date of publication2015-05-21 00:34:27
MaintainerChristofer Backlin <christofer.backlin@medsci.uu.se>
LicenseGPL (>= 2)
Version3.0.5
URL https://github.com/backlin/xtermStyle
Package repositoryView on CRAN
InstallationInstall the latest version of this package by entering the following in R:
install.packages("xtermStyle")

Man pages

discrete.color: Map numbers onto a palette
display.xterm.colors: Display color tables
print.xtermStyle: Print a style object
style: Color termnal output
style.auto: Automatic styling according to object properties.
style.palette: Define the palette for auto-styling
xterm256.to.ANSI: Convert xterm256 color code to ANSI code
xterm.pal: Get predefined colour palettes

Functions

discrete.color Man page Source code
display.ANSI.colors Man page Source code
display.xterm.colors Man page Source code
display.xterm.pal Man page Source code
get.palette Man page Source code
onLoad Source code
print.xtermStyle Man page Source code
style Man page Source code
style.auto Man page Source code
style.clear Man page Source code
style.off Man page Source code
style.on Man page Source code
style.palette Man page Source code
xterm.pal Man page Source code
xterm.pal.inv Man page Source code
xterm256.to.ANSI Man page Source code

Files

NAMESPACE
R
R/core.r
R/colors.r
MD5
DESCRIPTION
man
man/style.palette.Rd
man/style.auto.Rd
man/xterm.pal.Rd
man/print.xtermStyle.Rd
man/discrete.color.Rd
man/xterm256.to.ANSI.Rd
man/style.Rd
man/display.xterm.colors.Rd
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