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Spectre.Console

Spectre.Console NuGet Version

A .NET 5/.NET Standard 2.0 library that makes it easier to create beautiful, cross platform, console applications.
It is heavily inspired by the excellent Rich library for Python.

Table of Contents

  1. Features
  2. Installing
  3. Documentation
  4. Examples
  5. Sponsors
  6. License

Features

  • Written with unit testing in mind.
  • Supports tables, grids, panels, and a rich inspired markup language.
  • Supports the most common SRG parameters when it comes to text styling such as bold, dim, italic, underline, strikethrough, and blinking text.
  • Supports 3/4/8/24-bit colors in the terminal.
    The library will detect the capabilities of the current terminal and downgrade colors as needed.

[Example](docs/input/assets/images/example.png)

Installing

The fastest way of getting started using Spectre.Console is to install the NuGet package.

dotnet add package Spectre.Console

Documentation

The documentation for Spectre.Console can be found at https://spectreconsole.net/

Examples

To see Spectre.Console in action, install the dotnet-example global tool.

> dotnet tool restore

Now you can list available examples in this repository:

> dotnet example

And to run an example:

> dotnet example tables

Sponsors

The following people are sponsoring Spectre.Console to show their support and to ensure the longevity of the project.

I really appreciate it.
Thank you very much!

License

Copyright © Patrik Svensson, Phil Scott

Spectre.Console is provided as-is under the MIT license. For more information see LICENSE.


*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the spectre.console README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.