Dye is a Swift library for adding styles and colors to command-line outputs.
It works in terminal simulator that supports ANSI (most on macOS and Linux), as well as older apps on Windows, such as CMD.exe.
Dye is a SwiftPM package. Add it as a dependency in Package.swift:
.package(url: "http://github.com/dduan/Dye", from: "0.0.1")
… or the URL in Xcode.
Dye also builds with CMake. It works on Windows 10 and Swift 5.2.
The file Examples/main.swift is a sample application that
demonstrates most of Dye's APIs. To get a taste of how Dye works, try it out
swift run example, and take a look at its source code.
This is what the example CLI app looks like in Command Prompt on Windows:
Read the docstring in the source code for detailed API documentation.
Dye follows the NO_COLOR convention.
MIT. See LICENSE.md
If you don't need Windows Support, I recommend you check out Chalk.