Crayonizer 0.7

A CLI tool that colors in the output of other apps
Crayonizer - Crayonizing the Make command-line application with the Crayonizer utility
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Crayonizer is an open source and command-line utility designed to "crayonize" the output of other command-line applications.

Crayonizer is written in straight-C with few dependencies. The program uses pattern matches to color in and transmogrify selected text.

last updated on:
December 27th, 2013, 7:53 GMT
price:
FREE!
homepage:
sites.google.com
license type:
GPL v3 
developed by:
Colum Paget
category:
ROOT \ Utilities
Crayonizer
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Crayonizer - Crayonizing the ifconfig command-line application with the Crayonizer utilityCrayonizer - Crayonizing the dmesg command-line application with the Crayonizer utility
What's New in This Release:
  • This version adds many bugfixes, adds matches by line number and within a specified subregion, and adds an "stripansi" setting to remove already-existing ANSI codes from program output and an "expectlines" setting to support the subregion match.
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