hodler converts iTerm 2 color schemes into forms that X resources users (XTerm) and Suckless Simple Terminal users can use.
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Latest commit 428aca7 Jan 31, 2016 @matttproud st: fix anomalies with terminal artifacts.
The ST terminal handles the terminal artifacts (e.g., cursor,
{back,fore}grounds in strange ways.  If the total corpus of colors is
more than 16 and these special artifacts live outside of the first 16,
we need to handle them specially by pushing them outside of the 255
range.
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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

Borland theme in XTerm:

Demo of XTerm with Borland Theme

Reference case of Borland theme in iTerm 2:

Demo of iTerm 2 with Borland Theme

Build Status

Build Status