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.
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, green and blue amount is specified with
-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
Copyright 2010, 2011 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.