palette - a simple tool for managing terminal color schemes

Dependencies and installation

This tool optionally uses Pillow for parsing Xresources files, but will (mostly) function without it.

To install, just make install, or if you'd rather install it globally, make prefix=/usr/local install as root.

Usage notes

Generally: palette some-name

For a list of available palettes, try palette -l.

You can drop your own palettes into ~/.config/palettes. XResources and setvtrgb-style files are supported.

Copyright © 2016 Star Taylor — star@startaylor.net

Distributed under the terms of the Solipsistic Public License; see LICENSE for details.

Pull requests welcome.