hodler converts iTerm 2 color schemes into forms that X resources users (XTerm) and Suckless Simple Terminal users can use.
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README.md

Overview

Hodler converts iTerm 2 color scheme Property Lists into forms that the Suckless Simple Terminal "st" and X resources-based terminal emulaters (e.g., XTerm) can consume.

Installation

Hodler is built using the Go Programming Language. Go is required to build and modify the tool.

$ go get -u github.com/matttproud/hodler/cmd/hodler

Go generates staticly linked binaries, so users of Hodler needn't have Go installed for casual use.

Usage

Users of st can generate a fragment to embed into their local config.h.

$ hodler -in adio.itermcolors -out config.h -output_format Suckless

Users of XTerm and other X resources systems will fancy this:

$ hodler -in adio.itermcolors -out Xresources -output_format Xresources

Examples

Borland theme in ST:

![Demo of ST with Borland Theme](Demo ST Borland.png)

Borland theme in XTerm:

![Demo of XTerm with Borland Theme](Demo XTerm Borland.png)

Reference case of Borland theme in iTerm 2:

![Demo of iTerm 2 with Borland Theme](Demo iTerm2 Borland.png)

Build Status

Build Status