View Source Owl.Palette (Owl v0.4.0)

Poor man's color picker.

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Functions

Returns palette with codes from 0 to 255.

Returns palette with named codes.

Returns palette with individual RGB values.

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@spec codes() :: Owl.Data.t()

Returns palette with codes from 0 to 255.

Owl.Palette.codes() |> Owl.IO.puts()

Selected color can be used as follows

# print "test" using foreground color with code 161
"test" |> Owl.Data.tag(IO.ANSI.color(161)) |> Owl.IO.puts

# print "test" using background color with code 161
"test" |> Owl.Data.tag(IO.ANSI.color_background(161)) |> Owl.IO.puts
@spec named() :: Owl.Data.t()

Returns palette with named codes.

Owl.Palette.named() |> Owl.IO.puts()

Selected color can be used as follows

# print "test" using cyan foreground color
"test" |> Owl.Data.tag(:cyan) |> Owl.IO.puts

# print "test" using light_green foreground color
"test" |> Owl.Data.tag(:light_green) |> Owl.IO.puts

# print "test" using light_green background color
"test" |> Owl.Data.tag(:light_green_background) |> Owl.IO.puts
@spec rgb() :: Owl.Data.t()

Returns palette with individual RGB values.

Owl.Palette.rgb() |> Owl.IO.puts()

Selected color can be used as follows

# print "test" using foreground color RGB(4, 3, 2)
"test" |> Owl.Data.tag(IO.ANSI.color(4, 3, 2)) |> Owl.IO.puts

# print "test" using background color RGB(4, 3, 2)
"test" |> Owl.Data.tag(IO.ANSI.color_background(4, 3, 2)) |> Owl.IO.puts