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pastel - Terminal output styling with intuitive and clean API.

  •    Ruby

Terminal output styling with intuitive and clean API that doesn't monkey patch String class. Pastel is minimal and focused to work in all terminal emulators.

jsesc - Given some data, jsesc returns the shortest possible stringified & ASCII-safe representation of that data

  •    Javascript

For any input, jsesc generates the shortest possible valid printable-ASCII-only output. Here’s an online demo.jsesc’s output can be used instead of JSON.stringify’s to avoid mojibake and other encoding issues, or even to avoid errors when passing JSON-formatted data (which may contain U+2028 LINE SEPARATOR, U+2029 PARAGRAPH SEPARATOR, or lone surrogates) to a JavaScript parser or an UTF-8 encoder.

paint - Ruby gem for ANSI terminal colors 🎨︎

  •    Ruby

Paint creates terminal colors and effects for you. It combines the strengths of term-ansicolor, rainbow, and similar projects into a simple to use, however still flexible terminal colors gem with no core extensions by default. and run bundle install.

swift-commandlinekit - Framework supporting the development of command-line tools in Swift on macOS and Linux

  •    Swift

CommandLineKit defines different types of Flag subclasses for handling options (i.e. flags without parameters) and arguments (i.e. flags with parameters). Arguments are either singleton arguments (i.e. they have exactly one value) or they are repeated arguments (i.e. they have many values). Arguments are parameterized with a type which defines how to parse values. The framework natively supports int, double, string, and enum types, which means that in practice, just using the built-in flag classes are almost always sufficient. Nevertheless, the framework is extensible and supports arbitrary argument types. A flag is identified by a short name character and a long name string. At least one of the two needs to be defined. For instance, the "help" option could be defined by the short name "h" and the long name "help". On the command-line, a user could either use -h or --help to refer to this option; i.e. short names are prefixed with a single dash, long names are prefixed with a double dash.

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