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#!/bin/sh
# Convert ANSI (terminal) colours and attributes to HTML
# Author:
# http://www.pixelbeat.org/docs/terminal_colours/
# Examples:
# ls -l --color=always | ansi2html.sh > ls.html
# git show --color | ansi2html.sh > last_change.html
# Generally one can use the `script` util to capture full terminal output.
# Changes:
# V0.1, 24 Apr 2008, Initial release
# V0.2, 01 Jan 2009, Phil Harnish <philharnish@gmail.com>
# Support `git diff --color` output by
# matching ANSI codes that specify only
# bold or background colour.
# P@draigBrady.com
# Support `ls --color` output by stripping
# redundant leading 0s from ANSI codes.
# Support `grep --color=always` by stripping
# unhandled ANSI codes (specifically ^[[K).
# V0.3, 20 Mar 2009, http://eexpress.blog.ubuntu.org.cn/
# Remove cat -v usage which mangled non ascii input.
# Cleanup regular expressions used.
# Support other attributes like reverse, ...
# P@draigBrady.com
# Correctly nest <span> tags (even across lines).
# Add a command line option to use a dark background.
# Strip more terminal control codes.
# V0.4, 17 Sep 2009, P@draigBrady.com
# Handle codes with combined attributes and color.
# Handle isolated <bold> attributes with css.
# Strip more terminal control codes.
# V0.12, 12 Jul 2011
# http://github.com/pixelb/scripts/commits/master/scripts/ansi2html.sh
if [ "$1" = "--version" ]; then
echo "0.12" && exit
fi
if [ "$1" = "--help" ]; then
echo "This utility converts ANSI codes in data passed to stdin" >&2
echo "It has 2 optional parameters:" >&2
echo " --bg=dark --palette=linux|solarized|tango|xterm" >&2
echo "E.g.: ls -l --color=always | ansi2html.sh --bg=dark > ls.html" >&2
exit
fi
[ "$1" = "--bg=dark" ] && { dark_bg=yes; shift; }
if [ "$1" = "--palette=solarized" ]; then
# See http://ethanschoonover.com/solarized
P0=073642; P1=D30102; P2=859900; P3=B58900;
P4=268BD2; P5=D33682; P6=2AA198; P7=EEE8D5;
P8=002B36; P9=CB4B16; P10=586E75; P11=657B83;
P12=839496; P13=6C71C4; P14=93A1A1; P15=FDF6E3;
shift;
elif [ "$1" = "--palette=solarized-xterm" ]; then
# Above mapped onto the xterm 256 color palette
P0=262626; P1=AF0000; P2=5F8700; P3=AF8700;
P4=0087FF; P5=AF005F; P6=00AFAF; P7=E4E4E4;
P8=1C1C1C; P9=D75F00; P10=585858; P11=626262;
P12=808080; P13=5F5FAF; P14=8A8A8A; P15=FFFFD7;
shift;
elif [ "$1" = "--palette=tango" ]; then
# Gnome default
P0=000000; P1=CC0000; P2=4E9A06; P3=C4A000;
P4=3465A4; P5=75507B; P6=06989A; P7=D3D7CF;
P8=555753; P9=EF2929; P10=8AE234; P11=FCE94F;
P12=729FCF; P13=AD7FA8; P14=34E2E2; P15=EEEEEC;
shift;
elif [ "$1" = "--palette=xterm" ]; then
P0=000000; P1=CD0000; P2=00CD00; P3=CDCD00;
P4=0000EE; P5=CD00CD; P6=00CDCD; P7=E5E5E5;
P8=7F7F7F; P9=FF0000; P10=00FF00; P11=FFFF00;
P12=5C5CFF; P13=FF00FF; P14=00FFFF; P15=FFFFFF;
shift;
else # linux console
P0=000000; P1=AA0000; P2=00AA00; P3=AA5500;
P4=0000AA; P5=AA00AA; P6=00AAAA; P7=AAAAAA;
P8=555555; P9=FF5555; P10=55FF55; P11=FFFF55;
P12=5555FF; P13=FF55FF; P14=55FFFF; P15=FFFFFF;
[ "$1" = "--palette=linux" ] && shift
fi
[ "$1" = "--bg=dark" ] && { dark_bg=yes; shift; }
echo -n "
<style type=\"text/css\">
.ef0,.f0 { color: #$P0; } .eb0,.b0 { background-color: #$P0; }
.ef1,.f1 { color: #$P1; } .eb1,.b1 { background-color: #$P1; }
.ef2,.f2 { color: #$P2; } .eb2,.b2 { background-color: #$P2; }
.ef3,.f3 { color: #$P3; } .eb3,.b3 { background-color: #$P3; }
.ef4,.f4 { color: #$P4; } .eb4,.b4 { background-color: #$P4; }
.ef5,.f5 { color: #$P5; } .eb5,.b5 { background-color: #$P5; }
.ef6,.f6 { color: #$P6; } .eb6,.b6 { background-color: #$P6; }
.ef7,.f7 { color: #$P7; } .eb7,.b7 { background-color: #$P7; }
.ef8, .f0 > .bold,.bold > .f0 { color: #$P8; font-weight: normal; }
.ef9, .f1 > .bold,.bold > .f1 { color: #$P9; font-weight: normal; }
.ef10,.f2 > .bold,.bold > .f2 { color: #$P10; font-weight: normal; }
.ef11,.f3 > .bold,.bold > .f3 { color: #$P11; font-weight: normal; }
.ef12,.f4 > .bold,.bold > .f4 { color: #$P12; font-weight: normal; }
.ef13,.f5 > .bold,.bold > .f5 { color: #$P13; font-weight: normal; }
.ef14,.f6 > .bold,.bold > .f6 { color: #$P14; font-weight: normal; }
.ef15,.f7 > .bold,.bold > .f7 { color: #$P15; font-weight: normal; }
.eb8 { background-color: #$P8; }
.eb9 { background-color: #$P9; }
.eb10 { background-color: #$P10; }
.eb11 { background-color: #$P11; }
.eb12 { background-color: #$P12; }
.eb13 { background-color: #$P13; }
.eb14 { background-color: #$P14; }
.eb15 { background-color: #$P15; }
"
# The default xterm 256 colour palette
for red in $(seq 0 5); do
for green in $(seq 0 5); do
for blue in $(seq 0 5); do
c=$((16 + ($red * 36) + ($green * 6) + $blue))
r=$((($red * 40 + 55) * ($red > 0)))
g=$((($green * 40 + 55) * ($green > 0)))
b=$((($blue * 40 + 55) * ($blue > 0)))
printf ".ef%d { color: #%2.2x%2.2x%2.2x; } " $c $r $g $b
printf ".eb%d { background-color: #%2.2x%2.2x%2.2x; }\n" $c $r $g $b
done
done
done
for gray in $(seq 0 23); do
c=$(($gray+232))
l=$(($gray*10 + 8))
printf ".ef%d { color: #%2.2x%2.2x%2.2x; } " $c $l $l $l
printf ".eb%d { background-color: #%2.2x%2.2x%2.2x; }\n" $c $l $l $l
done
echo -n '
.f9 { color: '`[ "$dark_bg" ] && echo "#$P7;" || echo "#$P0;"`' }
.b9 { background-color: #'`[ "$dark_bg" ] && echo $P0 || echo $P15`'; }
.f9 > .bold,.bold > .f9, body.f9 > pre > .bold {
/* Bold is heavy black on white, or bright white
depending on the default background */
color: '`[ "$dark_bg" ] && echo "#$P15;" || echo "#$P0;"`'
font-weight: '`[ "$dark_bg" ] && echo 'normal;' || echo 'bold;'`'
}
.reverse {
/* CSS doesnt support swapping fg and bg colours unfortunately,
so just hardcode something that will look OK on all backgrounds. */
'"color: #$P0; background-color: #$P7;"'
}
.underline { text-decoration: underline; }
.line-through { text-decoration: line-through; }
.blink { text-decoration: blink; }
</style>
<pre>
'
p='\x1b\[' #shortcut to match escape codes
P="\(^[^°]*\)¡$p" #expression to match prepended codes below
# Handle various xterm control sequences.
# See /usr/share/doc/xterm-*/ctlseqs.txt
sed "
s#\x1b[^\x1b]*\x1b\\\##g # strip anything between \e and ST
s#\x1b][0-9]*;[^\a]*\a##g # strip any OSC (xterm title etc.)
#handle carriage returns
s#^.*\r\{1,\}\([^$]\)#\1#
s#\r\$## # strip trailing \r
# strip other non SGR escape sequences
s#[\x07]##g
s#\x1b[]>=\][0-9;]*##g
s#\x1bP+.\{5\}##g
s#${p}[0-9;?]*[^0-9;?m]##g
#remove backspace chars and what they're backspacing over
:rm_bs
s#[^\x08]\x08##g; t rm_bs
" |
# Normalize the input before transformation
sed "
# escape HTML
s#\&#\&amp;#g; s#>#\&gt;#g; s#<#\&lt;#g; s#\"#\&quot;#g
# normalize SGR codes a little
# split 256 colors out and mark so that they're not
# recognised by the following 'split combined' line
:e
s#${p}\([0-9;]\{1,\}\);\([34]8;5;[0-9]\{1,3\}\)m#${p}\1m${p}¬\2m#g; t e
s#${p}\([34]8;5;[0-9]\{1,3\}\)m#${p}¬\1m#g;
:c
s#${p}\([0-9]\{1,\}\);\([0-9;]\{1,\}\)m#${p}\1m${p}\2m#g; t c # split combined
s#${p}0\([0-7]\)#${p}\1#g #strip leading 0
s#${p}1m\(\(${p}[4579]m\)*\)#\1${p}1m#g #bold last (with clr)
s#${p}m#${p}0m#g #add leading 0 to norm
# undo any 256 color marking
s#${p}¬\([34]8;5;[0-9]\{1,3\}\)m#${p}\1m#g;
# map 16 color codes to color + bold
s#${p}9\([0-7]\)m#${p}3\1m${p}1m#g;
s#${p}10\([0-7]\)m#${p}4\1m${p}1m#g;
# change 'reset' code to a single char, and prepend a single char to
# other codes so that we can easily do negative matching, as sed
# does not support look behind expressions etc.
s#°#\&deg;#g; s#${p}0m#°#g
s#¡#\&iexcl;#g; s#${p}[0-9;]*m#¡&#g
" |
# Convert SGR sequences to HTML
sed "
:ansi_to_span # replace ANSI codes with CSS classes
t ansi_to_span # hack so t commands below only apply to preceeding s cmd
/^[^¡]*°/ { b span_end } # replace 'reset code' if no preceeding code
# common combinations to minimise html (optional)
s#${P}3\([0-7]\)m¡${p}4\([0-7]\)m#\1<span class=\"f\2 b\3\">#;t span_count
s#${P}4\([0-7]\)m¡${p}3\([0-7]\)m#\1<span class=\"f\3 b\2\">#;t span_count
s#${P}1m#\1<span class=\"bold\">#; t span_count
s#${P}4m#\1<span class=\"underline\">#; t span_count
s#${P}5m#\1<span class=\"blink\">#; t span_count
s#${P}7m#\1<span class=\"reverse\">#; t span_count
s#${P}9m#\1<span class=\"line-through\">#; t span_count
s#${P}3\([0-9]\)m#\1<span class=\"f\2\">#; t span_count
s#${P}4\([0-9]\)m#\1<span class=\"b\2\">#; t span_count
s#${P}38;5;\([0-9]\{1,3\}\)m#\1<span class=\"ef\2\">#; t span_count
s#${P}48;5;\([0-9]\{1,3\}\)m#\1<span class=\"eb\2\">#; t span_count
s#${P}[0-9;]*m#\1#g; t ansi_to_span # strip unhandled codes
b # next line of input
# add a corresponding span end flag
:span_count
x; s/^/s/; x
b ansi_to_span
# replace 'reset code' with correct number of </span> tags
:span_end
x
/^s/ {
s/^.//
x
s#°#</span>°#
b span_end
}
x
s#°##
b ansi_to_span
" |
# Convert alternative character set
# Note we convert here, as if we do at start we have to worry about avoiding
# conversion of SGR codes etc., whereas doing here we only have to
# avoid conversions of stuff between &...; or <...>
#
# Note we could use sed to do this based around:
# sed 'y/abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz{}`~/▒␉␌␍␊°±␤␋┘┐┌└┼⎺⎻─⎼⎽├┤┴┬│≤≥π£◆·/'
# However that would be very awkward as we need to only conv some input.
# The basic scheme that we do in the python script below is:
# 1. enable transliterate once ¡ char seen
# 2. disable once µ char seen (may be on diff line to ¡)
# 3. never transliterate between &; or <> chars
sed "
# change 'smacs' and 'rmacs' to a single char so that we can easily do
# negative matching, as sed does not support look behind expressions etc.
# Note we don't use ° like above as that's part of the alternate charset.
s#\x1b(0#¡#g;
s#µ#\&micro;#g; s#\x1b(B#µ#g
" |
(
python -c "
# vim:fileencoding=utf8
import sys
import locale
encoding=locale.getpreferredencoding()
old='abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz{}\`~'
new='▒␉␌␍␊°±␤␋┘┐┌└┼⎺⎻─⎼⎽├┤┴┬│≤≥π£◆·'
new=unicode(new, 'utf-8')
table=range(128)
for o,n in zip(old, new): table[ord(o)]=n
(STANDARD, ALTERNATIVE, HTML_TAG, HTML_ENTITY) = (0, 1, 2, 3)
state = STANDARD
last_mode = STANDARD
for c in unicode(sys.stdin.read(), encoding):
if state == HTML_TAG:
if c == '>':
state = last_mode
elif state == HTML_ENTITY:
if c == ';':
state = last_mode
else:
if c == '<':
state = HTML_TAG
elif c == '&':
state = HTML_ENTITY
elif c == u'¡' and state == STANDARD:
state = ALTERNATIVE
last_mode = ALTERNATIVE
continue
elif c == u'µ' and state == ALTERNATIVE:
state = STANDARD
last_mode = STANDARD
continue
elif state == ALTERNATIVE:
c = c.translate(table)
sys.stdout.write(c.encode(encoding))
" 2>/dev/null ||
sed 's/[¡µ]//g' # just strip aternative flag chars
)
echo "</pre>"