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Two further notes on win32:

  1. Anecdotally, I recommend you don't use Win32::Console::ANSI; if you've got the VirtualTerminalLevel = 1 registry setting. It reduced the functionality of the colors when I enabled that line.
  2. IO::Prompter's prompt() command doesn't seem to handle win32 CRLF newlines correctly: when I hit ENTER like it told me to, it said "' is invalid. Six hexadecimal characters are expected; such as in the table above.". Then when I typed a 6 digit string like 123456 , it said the same thing. I added in some debug statements, and found out the CR was still there. I added $rgb =~ s/[\r]*$//; after $rgb = prompt ... and that fixed the interface for me.

In reply to Re^4: 'rgb_palette' - Term::ANSIColor Helper -- errors on strawberry by pryrt
in thread 'rgb_palette' - Term::ANSIColor Helper by kcott

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