print-console-colors: Print all ANSI console colors

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Print all ANSI console colors.

This is convenient when you are trying to set your console colors, for example when configuring Termonad.

For installation and usage instructions, see the README.

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Dependencies ansi-terminal (>=0.9), base (>=4.7 && <5), print-console-colors [details]
License BSD-3-Clause
Copyright Copyright (c) 2019 Dennis Gosnell
Author Dennis Gosnell
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Uploaded by cdepillabout at 2019-09-17T22:17:11Z
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Print all the ANSI console colors for your terminal.

Picture showing how the program looks

This program is useful when trying to set your terminal emulator colors, for instance, when configuring Termonad.


print-console-colors is available on Hackage. You can install it with stack, cabal, or nix.

  • Stack:

    $ stack install print-console-colors
  • Cabal:

    $ cabal install print-console-colors
  • Nix:

    $ nix-env -f '<nixpkgs>' -iA haskellPackages.print-console-colors


After installing it, just run the print-console-colors command!