xoris is an uncomplicated util that helps (me) to easy insert (while editing CSS-files) a rgb-color value of any part of the screen into the editor.
The philosophy of xoris is simple - it dumps color to stdout. Program can do this in three variants:
1. hex (#b0958e);
2. string of rgb numbers (229 229 229);
3. abstract name (gray90).
To get such enumerated color specifications, click: Button1, Ctrl+Button1, Shift+Button1 correspondingly.
Don't forget to type 'xoris -h' for additional help.
xoris was tested on 24-dept display only.
· X Window
· ANSI C compiler
To compile type:
To install type (as root): make install
For quick test how it works type:
% xoris | xmessage -file -
For a more convenience way try such script:
xoris | xmessage -buttons 'Grab,Quit' -nearmouse
-xrm '*iconName:xoris output'
-title 'xoris output'
[ $? -eq 102 ] && exit
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· An insidious bug with getopt(3) for Macs with PowerPC processors was fixed.
· Possible segfaults on amd64 were fixed.