ansi-parse

Ansiparse is a library for converting raw terminal output, replete with escape codes, into formatted HTML
README

%%0.4.0%%

Ansiparse is a library for converting raw terminal output,
replete with escape codes, into formatted HTML.

Ansiparse is distributed under the ISC license.

Homepage: https://github.com/diskuv/ansi-parse

Original Author: Joel Jakubovic

Maintainer: Jonah Beckford

Installation

ansi-parse can be installed with opam:

opam install ansi-parse

If you don't use opam consult the opam file for build
instructions.

Documentation

The documentation and API reference is automatically generated by
ocamldoc from the interfaces. It can be consulted online
and there is a generated version in the doc directory of the
distribution.

Sample programs

If you installed ansi-parse with opam sample programs are located in
the directory opam config var ansi-parse:doc.

In the distribution sample programs and tests are located in the
main and driver directories of the distribution. They can be
built and run with:

OCAMLRUNPARAM=b dune build -p ansi-parse @runtest

The resulting binaries are:

  • _build/default/test3.exe

  • _build/default/driver/driver.exe

Local Development

Build, test and pin your locally checked out repository with:

opam install . --verbose --with-test --with-doc

Your changes, if any, must be git commit-ed for opam install to see
your changes.

Install
Sources
0.4.0.tar.gz
md5=5683e4ac14bc065a3a5bcf72d5e8b530
sha512=9e7286aaa9a04bef29b5acefef1f0700e054e06418b99e9cba444afdb9a81222f42f8cd8d2c7d9a91b64c4fff0c49a4c0fd7fd7e052694a02484c9dce5d6a5c7
Dependencies
odoc
>= "2.0.0" & with-doc
ppx_expect
>= "v0.14.1" & with-test
tyxml
>= "4.3"
angstrom
>= "0.15.0"
dune
>= "2.9"
ocaml
>= "4.03"
Reverse Dependencies