Using ANSI colors?
belambert at mac.com
Sun Jan 7 17:14:55 UTC 2018
> On Dec 23, 2017, at 2:22 PM, Ben Lambert <belambert at mac.com> wrote:
>>> I've wondered about this for a while. Is it possible to print with ANSI
>>> colors in a Slime repl buffer?
>>> If I load the cl-ansi-text library from Quicklisp (ql:quickload
>>> :cl-ansi-text), and I run (cl-ansi-text:yellow "yellow") in the Slime REPL
>>> the output is: " [33myellow [0m". When I run the same commands directly in
>>> an SBCL REPL, it prints as expected "yellow" in a yellow color.
>>> Is it possible to use ANSI colors in Slime? Or maybe there's some
>> <https://github.com/deadtrickster/slime-repl-ansi-color <https://github.com/deadtrickster/slime-repl-ansi-color>> implements
>> what you're looking for. If you're comfortable with emacs lisp, you're
>> quite welcome to send a pull request to implement this functionality
>> in slime-repl without resorting to defadvice.
> Awesome thanks!
> I got that code to work, although I'm not sure if the "how to use" instructions are quite right.
> I'm not very familiar with Emacs Lisp, but I took a stab at it anyway. I wasn't quite able to get it to work. I'm not sure I understand how the buffer positions and markers. Perhaps you have any tips for what's wrong?
> https://github.com/belambert/slime/commit/68074c9e096e65ddd1f70fd271907d4692244f27 <https://github.com/belambert/slime/commit/68074c9e096e65ddd1f70fd271907d4692244f27>
Bump. Any idea how to make this work?
> (Presumably, you would also want to be able to turn on/off the colors, but I didn't try to figure that out yet).
>> Luís Oliveira
>> http://kerno.org/~luis/ <http://kerno.org/~luis/>
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