Col 1.0.0 -- high-level console color library

col: high-level console color formatting for Ruby

If you want a dash of color in your Ruby console program, use
Term::ANSIColor.
If your color formatting requirements are more complicated, use Col.
Col provides as much convenience as possible without modifying builtin
classes.

Synopsis

require 'col'

puts Col("Hello world!").red.bold
puts Col("Hello world!").rb
puts Col("Hello world!").fmt [:red, :bold]
puts Col("Hello world!").fmt :rb

puts Col("Hello ", "world!").fmt :red, :green
puts Col("Hello ", "world!").fmt "r,g"

puts Col("Hello ", "world!").fmt [:red, :bold], [:green, :bold]
puts Col("Hello ", "world!").fmt "rb,gb"

puts Col("Hello ", "world!").fmt [:bold], [:cyan, :italic, 

:on_white]
puts Col("Hello ", “world!”).fmt “_b,ciow”

puts Col("Hello ", "world!").fmt [:blue, :on_yellow], [:on_green]
puts Col("Hello ", "world!").fmt "b_oy,__og"

puts Col.inline( "Hello ", :red, "world!", :blue )

puts Col.inline(
  "Hello ",   [:red, :bold, :on_white],
  "world!",   :b_oy
)

See http://gsinclair.github.com/col.html for full details.

(Installation: gem install col)

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