colorcoke - modify the extended, non-ANSI terminal colorset
colorcoke shows off some cool things you can do with the Term::ExtendedColor family of modules.
colorcoke lets one modify the extended colorset (88-16 or 256-16 colors, respectively) for a running terminal session. The change takes effect immediately - no need to restart the terminal, like when using xrdb.
Shades and tints can be generated for an arbitary number of ranges.
The ANSI colors can be left untouched, be included in a shade or set separately. One can also exclude everything but the ANSI colors. The ANSI colors is untouched by default.
The grey scale ramp (extended color index 232-255) is left untouched by default. To include them, set the end point to 255.
Additional colors can be left untouched by specifying their index with the --no flag. This can also be configured in the configuration file.
The base color to use is specified with the -c flag, and the stepping is controlled with the -r, -g and -b flag - red, green and blue channel.
Red, blue and green amount is specified with -rr, -rg and -rb when the randomizing option is used.
-c, --color the base color -r, --red red channel stepping -g, --green green channel stepping -b, --blue blue channel stepping -s, --start first color index to operate on (default: 17) -e, --end last color index to operate on (default: 231) -a, --ansi modify the ANSI color range only -1, --single set a single color (HEX, index) --random randomize the colors -rr, --rand-red control amount of red -rg, --rand-green control amount of green -rb, --rand-blue control amount of blue -n, --no do not modify color index n -h, --help show the help and exit -v, --version show version info and exit -m, --man show the manpage and exit
Magnus Woldrich CPAN ID: WOLDRICH firstname.lastname@example.org http://japh.se
Term::ExtendedColor, Term::ExtendedColor::Xresources, Term::ExtendedColor::TTY
Copyright 2010, 2011, 2019- Magnus Woldrich <email@example.com>. This program is free software; you may redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.