Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Colourise  your shell scripts
#!/usr/bin/ksh
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#                       Define Colours for scripts.
#
#       Written : Stan Lovisa
#       Date    : 26-10-2012
#       Mod     :
#
# Black         0;30     Dark Gray      1;30
# Blue          0;34     Light Blue     1;34
# Green         0;32     Light Green    1;32
# Cyan          0;36     Light Cyan     1;36
# Red           0;31     Light Red      1;31
# Purple        0;35     Light Purple   1;35
# Brown         0;33     Yellow         1;33
# Light Gray    0;37     White          1;37
# 0 normal, 1 bold, 4 underline, 7 reverse video
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
#       Notes. How to use.
#
#       printf "${TXTGREEN}"    To switch on colour.
#       printf "${TXTNC}"       To switch off colour.
#
#----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
TXTRED="\033[1;31m"
TXTREDRV="\033[7;31m"
TXTLBLUE="\033[1;34m"
TXTBLUERV="\033[7;36m"
TXTGREEN="\033[0;32m"
TXTGREENRV="\033[7;32m"
TXTYELLOW="\033[1;33m"
TXTYELLOWRV="\033[7;33m"
TXTNC="\033[1;0m"




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