8 unstable releases (3 breaking)
|0.4.1||Nov 28, 2020|
|0.4.0||Nov 21, 2020|
|0.3.2||Nov 13, 2020|
|0.2.2||Oct 31, 2020|
|0.1.0||Oct 28, 2020|
#631 in Command-line interface
435 downloads per month
Command-line tool for displaying colors, written in Rust
colo is young and evolving rapidly. There will likely be big changes in the next releases.
How to use
colo is explained on the website.
Here is the list of supported color spaces.
How to install
colo is explained on the releases page.
Build from source 🛠
If you want to build
colo from source, make sure you have the Rust toolchain (including Cargo) installed. Then clone this repository and run
cargo install --path .
Or, if you don't want to clone the repository, you can run
cargo install --git https://github.com/Aloso/colo
This builds the code from the main branch. You can specify a different branch with
--branch or a tag with
Code of Conduct 🤝
Please be friendly and respectful to others. This should be a place where everyone can feel safe, therefore I intend to enforce the Rust code of conduct.
I appreciate your help! The easiest way to help is to file bug reports or suggest new features in the issue tracker.
If you want to create a pull request, make sure the following requirements are met:
- The code is documented
- If you add a dependency that includes unsafe code, please explain why it is required
- Please try to keep compile times small, if feasible
Also, to pass continuous integration, the code must
- be properly formatted with
- compile on the latest stable Rust version on Ubuntu, Windows and macOS.
- all tests must pass
To contribute to the website, send a PR to the
That's it! If you have any questions, feel free to create an issue.