Ruby gem for ANSI terminal colors 🎨︎ VERY FAST

Ruby Paint Paint manages terminal colors and effects for you. It combines the strengths of term-ansicolor, rainbow and other similar projects into a simple to use, however still flexible terminal colorization gem with no core e
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