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Stylesheet-based markdown rendering for your CLI apps.

Glamour dark style example

glamour lets you render markdown documents & templates on ANSI compatible terminals. You can create your own stylesheet or simply use one of the stylish defaults.

Usage

import "github.com/charmbracelet/glamour"

in := `# Hello World

This is a simple example of Markdown rendering with Glamour!
Check out the [other examples](https://github.com/charmbracelet/glamour/tree/master/examples) too.

Bye!
`

out, err := glamour.Render(in, "dark")
fmt.Print(out)

Hello World example

Custom Renderer

import "github.com/charmbracelet/glamour"

r, _ := glamour.NewTermRenderer(
    // detect background color and pick either the default dark or light theme
    glamour.WithAutoStyle(),
    // wrap output at specific width
    glamour.WithWordWrap(40),
)

out, err := r.Render(in)
fmt.Print(out)

Styles

You can find all available default styles in our gallery. Want to create your own style? Learn how!

There are a few options for using a custom style:

  1. Call glamour.Render(inputText, "desiredStyle")
  2. Set the GLAMOUR_STYLE environment variable to your desired default style or a file location for a style and call glamour.RenderWithEnvironmentConfig(inputText)
  3. Set the GLAMOUR_STYLE environment variable and pass glamour.WithEnvironmentConfig() to your custom renderer

Glamourous Projects

Check out these projects, which use glamour:

  • Glow, a markdown renderer for the command-line.
  • GitHub CLI, GitHub’s official command line tool.
  • GLab, an open source GitLab command line tool.
  • Meteor, an easy-to-use, plugin-driven metadata collection framework.

License

MIT


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