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curl: show headers in bold #2538
The feature is only enabled if the output is believed to be a tty.
-J: There's some minor differences and improvements in -J handling, as
-i: only shows headers for HTTP transfers now (as documented).
-i: now shows trailers as well. Previously they were not shown at all.
--libcurl: the CURLOPT_HEADER is no longer set, as the header output is
The question is perhaps if there's a chance the curl executable might be used in a terminal/console on windows that supports them? If so, that might require us to toggle this feature on/off depending on the terminal type in use...
Technically, it does support the bold escape sequence in the most recent versions. Except conhost renders it as the bright version of the current colour, not bold.
In a completely default cmd-in-conhost window, this means bold is bright white and normal (default) text is (dim) white, so you do still benefit from the colour difference. In a default powershell-in-conhost window, normal (default) text is already bright white and setting 'bold' makes no difference.
This would also depend on the curl executable setting the