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= Win32::Console * http://rubyforge.org/projects/winconsole * http://github.com/luislavena/win32console * http://rdoc.info/projects/luislavena/win32console == DEPRECATION NOTICE Win32::Console has been deprecated in favor of an external tool named ANSICON: * https://github.com/adoxa/ansicon * http://blog.mmediasys.com/2010/11/24/we-all-love-colors/ This project is left here for history purposes but no further development will be done. == DESCRIPTION Win32::Console allows controling the windows command line terminal thru an OO-interface. This allows you to query the terminal (find its size, characters, attributes, etc). The interface and functionality should be identical to Perl's counterpart. A port of Perl's Win32::Console and Win32::Console::ANSI modules. This gem packages Gonzalo Garramuno's Win32::Console project, and includes a compiled binary for speed. The Win32::Console project's home can be found at: http://rubyforge.org/projects/win32console == FEATURES Win32::Console::ANSI is a class derived from IO that seamlessly translates ANSI Esc control character codes into Windows' command.exe or cmd.exe equivalents. To ease usage, you can use in combination with term-ansicolor gem and avoid writing ANSI codes manually. == EXAMPLES To output a simple bolded string, try this script: require 'rubygems' require 'win32console' include Win32::Console::ANSI include Term::ANSIColor puts bold << "bolded text" << clear << " and no longer bold." == INSTALL To install from rubygems, simple run: gem install win32console To install from source, make sure you have the Ruby development kit from RubyInstaller on your Windows host, install the following gems: * rake * hoe * rake-compiler Then run the following: rake gem gem install pkg\win32console-1.3.0.gem == DEVELOPERS: After checking out the source, run: $ rake newb This task will install any missing dependencies, run the tests/specs, and generate the RDoc. == LICENSE This program is FREE; you can redistribute, modify, disassemble, or even reverse engineer this software at your will. Keep in mind, however, that NOTHING IS GUARANTEED to work and everything you do is AT YOUR OWN RISK - I will not take responsibility for any damage, loss of money and/or health that may arise from the use of this program! This is distributed under the terms of Larry Wall's Artistic License.