Get information about colors and convert them in the command line.
A more powerful tool for doing this has been released. You may want to look at Pastel instead.
- As HSL colors are easier to reason about by humans, you want to use an HSL color in software that only accepts RGB colors or hexadecimal color codes.
- You want to perform color manipulation to derive a color scheme from a base color.
Download a binary for your operating system on the
Make sure to place it in a location present in your
PATH environment variable.
Building from source
nimble install clr
Using this installation method, clr will be immediately available in your
See the command-line help:
clr Get information about colors and convert them in the command line. Usage: clr info <color> clr invert <color> clr lighten <color> <amount> clr darken <color> <amount> clr saturate <color> <amount> clr desaturate <color> <amount> clr spin <color> <degrees> clr (-h | --help) clr (-V | --version) Options: -h --help Show this screen. -V --version Show version. Notes: <color> accepts the following color formats: - #RGB - #RRGGBB - rgb(R, G, B) - hsl(H, S%, L%) - hsv(H, S%, L%) - HTML color names <amount> must be a value between 0 and 1. The value will affect the color in an absolute manner.
For colors to look correct, you need to set the environment variable
truecolor. You can make this permanent by adding the following
line to your shell startup file (such as
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