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NAME

Term::Colormap - Colormaps for ANSI 256 Color Terminals!

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VERSION

Version 0.19

SYNOPSIS

Provide colormaps and functions to simplify rendering colored text using ANSI 256 colors.

    use Term::Colormap qw( colormap colorbar print_colored );

    my $rainbow = colormap('rainbow');

    colorbar($rainbow);

    print_colored( $rainbow->[3], "orange" )';

EXPORT

    add_mapping
    color2rgb
    color_table
    colorbar
    colored
    colored_text
    colormap
    colormap_names
    print_colored
    print_colored_text
    rgb2color

SUBROUTINES/METHODS

add_mapping

    Add custom colormaps to the list of available colormaps.

    add_mapping('my_colors', [ 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 ])

    color_table('my_colors');

color2rgb

    Returns rgb value for a color value.

    my $rgb = color2rgb( 255 ); #eeeeee  Very Light Gray

color_table

    Print color table (color, number, rgb) for a colormap.

    my $rainbow = colormap('rainbow');

    color_table($rainbow);

colorbar

    Print a colorbar for a colormap.

    my $rainbow = colormap('rainbow');

    colorbar($rainbow);          # Prints horizontal colorbar,  2 characters wide per color
    colorbar($rainbow, 3);       # Prints horizontal colorbar,  3 characters wide per color
    colorbar($rainbow, 10, 'v'); # Prints   vertical colorbar, 10 characters wide per color

colored

    Returns a background colored string which can be printed.

    my $colorful_string = colored( $rainbow->[3], "Text with orange background" );

    print $colorful_string . "\n";

colored_text

    Returns a colored string which can be printed.

    my $colorful_string = colored( $rainbow->[3], "Orange Text" );

    print $colorful_string . "\n";

colormap

    A colormap is an ordered set of color values (0-255).

    Returns a colormap as an Array Reference.

    See AVAILABLE COLORMAPS for colormap names.

    my $rainbow = colormap('rainbow');

    my $ash = colormap('ash');

colormap_names

    Returns the list of available colormaps.

    my @available_colormaps = colormap_names();
    Print text using a background color.

    my $rainbow = colormap('rainbow');

    print_colored( $rainbow->[3], "Text with orange background" );
    Print colored text.

    my $rainbow = colormap('rainbow');

    print_colored_text( $rainbow->[3], "Orange Text" );

rgb2color

    Returns color value for an rgb color

    my $color = rgb2color( 'eeeeee' ); 255  Very Light Gray

AVAILABLE COLORMAPS

    rainbow - 32 colors : Red -> Orange -> Yellow -> Green -> Cyan -> Blue -> Magenta

    primary -  8 colors : Black, Red, Green, Yellow, Blue, Magenta, Cyan, Off-White

    bright  -  8 colors : Gray, Bright Red, Bright Green, Bright Yellow,
                          Bright Blue, Bright Magenta, Bright Cyan, White

    ash     - 12 colors : Black -> Gray

    snow    - 12 colors : Gray  -> White

    gray    - 24 colors : Black -> Gray -> White


    blue-cyan-green        - 19 colors : Blue -> Cyan -> Green

    red-pink-yellow        - 16 colors : Red -> Pink -> Yellow

    green-orange-pink-blue - 16 colors : Green -> Orange -> Pink -> Blue

What do they look like?

    Run the show_colormap script to display them in your terminal.

AUTHOR

Felix Tubiana, <felixtubiana at gmail.com>

BUGS

Please report any bugs or feature requests to bug-term-colormap at rt.cpan.org, or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=Term-Colormap. I will be notified, and then you'll automatically be notified of progress on your bug as I make changes.

SUPPORT

You can find documentation for this module with the perldoc command.

    perldoc Term::Colormap

You can also look for information at:

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Inspired by Term::ANSIColor

LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT

Copyright 2014 Felix Tubiana.

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