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Announcing colour-text and colour-print



> On 1 Oct 2019, at 10:12, Gisle Vanem <gisle.vanem at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> ?Barry Scott wrote:
> 
>> Here is an example:
>> from colour_text import ColourText
>> ct = ColourText()
>> ct.initTerminal()
>> print( ct( "The next section is in green: <>green example<>." ) )
> 
> Looking at the sources, it seems 'win32' should be
> supported. But no; with the above example:
>  c:\>py -3 example.py
>  The next section is in green: ?[32mexample?[m.

 That are two posibility.
1. You did not call initTerminal
2. You are on an old version of windows that does not understand SGI.

Barry

> 
> No colours, just the pesky SGI-codes.
> 
> BTW. it fails completely in Python 2.7.
> 
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