On Mon, 11 Jul 2011 23:08:48 -0400, roytam1 <> wrote:
|---Quote (Originally by rconn)---
|It would be pointless, because TCC has ANSI support built-in (and has for a number of years).
|But the color is different from ANSICON/PuTTY:
Make a color bright with, for example, "$e[33;1m". The "$e[33m$[1m" which you
use is odd in my experience. I don't believe the standard is specific about
what happens if you use "$e[1m" alone.
According to Wiki,
CSI n [;k] m SGR – Select Graphic Rendition Sets SGR parameters, including
text color. After CSI can be zero or more parameters separated with ;. With no
parameters, CSI m is treated as CSI 0 m (reset / normal), which is typical of
most of the ANSI escape sequences.