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Midje and Lein-midje obey the
MIDJE_COLORIZE environment variable. It can take three values
This turns coloring on. Failures are in red. Future facts are in cyan. Lein-midje colors summary lines either red or green so that you can easily check whether all facts passed or some failed. See the tutorial for examples.
This turns coloring off.
This colors the background behind the letters, rather than the letters themselves. That can be more readable if you use dark text on a light background.
On Unix systems, the default is
true. On Windows systems, it's
false. (By default, the Windows shell doesn't obey ANSI terminal control characters. This article may help you change that default, though it's rather out of date.)