131503Re: max colors in text based terminals
- Jun 4, 2012On Tuesday, June 5, 2012 1:26:30 PM UTC+12, Tony Mechelynck wrote:
> ...konsole implements the 256 colors (not 256 cubed but 256 /in toto/)...My konsole (2.7.4) really does do 256 cubed colours, 16Mi, or appears to be trying to as far as my eyes can see.
Picking a colour randomly from rgb.txt, dark salmon, in bash:
$ echo $'\e[38;2;233;150;122m hello \e[0m'
Chris Jones asked:
>The purpose of syntax highlighting being to help differentiate textA developer looking at code all day long, every day, can tweak the colours to get ones he or she likes.
>elements at a glance, I'm not sure the ability to display 16M colors
>concurrently is in itself relevant.
>All the same, I'd be curious to know what the Konsole developers had inCompatibility with guis, maybe. Or maybe it was just there.
>mind when they implemented 16M colors support.
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