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NAME

       pipetty - a tool to pipe from a pseudoterminal

SYNOPSIS

       pipetty command [ args...  ]

DESCRIPTION

       pipetty  lets  you  make  a  program unaware that its output is being redirected.  This is
       usually useful for tools that detect whether they're run from a terminal and modify  their
       output, typically colorizing it only when run interactively.

       Usually,  disabling  colors  when redirected is a good thing as most tools can't cope with
       ANSI codes.  Use pipetty when you do want colors, like when  you're  going  to  feed  that
       output to ansi2html or less -R.

CAVEATS

       Certain programs, such as bash, don't quite like their stdin to be on a different terminal
       than stdout.

SEE ALSO

       ansi2html, ansi2txt, less.

                                            2016-06-25                                 pipetty(1)