Pansies - Powershell ANSI Escape Sequences, functions for colored output, etc.

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This module contains classes and functions for doing ANSI colored output using Virtual Terminal escape sequences in the console from .Net and PowerShell on platforms where they are supported: Windows 10, Linux, OS X, etc. The goal of this project is to experiment with some classes and interfaces to try and address PowerShell #2381 and give PowerShell full RGB support for Write-Host, but also provide full color support in format files, etc.

https://github.com/PoshCode/Pansies

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