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RDoc::RI::AnsiFormatter

This formatter uses ANSI escape sequences to colorize stuff works with pagers such as man and less.

Constants

ATTR_MAP
HEADINGS

Public Class Methods

new(*args) click to toggle source
 
               # File rdoc/ri/formatter.rb, line 382
def initialize(*args)
  super
  @output.print "\033[0m"
end
            

Public Instance Methods

bold_print(txt) click to toggle source
 
               # File rdoc/ri/formatter.rb, line 402
def bold_print(txt)
  @output.print "\033[1m#{txt}\033[m"
end
            
display_heading(text, level, indent) click to toggle source
 
               # File rdoc/ri/formatter.rb, line 412
def display_heading(text, level, indent)
  level = 3 if level > 3
  heading = HEADINGS[level]
  @output.print indent
  @output.print heading[0]
  @output.print strip_attributes(text)
  @output.puts heading[1]
end
            
write_attribute_text(prefix, line) click to toggle source
 
               # File rdoc/ri/formatter.rb, line 387
def write_attribute_text(prefix, line)
  @output.print prefix
  curr_attr = 0
  line.each do |achar|
    attr = achar.attr
    if achar.attr != curr_attr
      update_attributes(achar.attr)
      curr_attr = achar.attr
    end
    @output.print achar.char
  end
  update_attributes(0) unless curr_attr.zero?
  @output.puts
end
            

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