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       ansi2html - ansi to HTML converter


       ansi2html [-nwctl] <log >outfile


       ansi2html  will  convert  the ANSI log into an HTML page, converting ANSI color codes into
       appropriate tags.  All common colors and attributes are supported.


       -n, --no-header
              Don't produce an HTML header.  This allows including the log into a  web  page  you
              make   some   other   way.   You  are  responsible  for  setting  background  color
              appropriately — to black or something dark in the  default  on-black  mode,  or  to
              white/light  when -w is used.  Fancy-schmancy background images are fine as long as
              they are dark (or light) enough.

       -w, --white
              Make the background white.  This is contrary to most  terminals  but  matches  most
              webpages.   Text requested to be bolded (normally bright white) will be turned bold
              black, but explicit bright white will not be changed, becoming invisible (just like
              explicit black is invisible in the normal on-black mode), same as on real terminals
              (see -c).

       -c, --contrast
              Forbid invisible text.  Whenever foreground color is same as background,  it'll  be
              turned  halfway  across  the color space (so white and black become gray).  This is
              inaccurate wrt real terminals, and most  web  users  already  know  how  to  mouse-
              highlight  "spoiler"  text,  but  can  be  useful  if  you process logs that assume
              different white-vs-black background than you.

       -t, --title text
              Set the page title to the next argument.  Mutually exclusive with -n.

       -l, --no-wrap
              Disable word-wrapping.  Like text terminals, ansi2html wraps text by default, which
              is contrary to the usual browser default for plain text.

       --style text
              Injects  some  text  into the stylesheet, obviously doesn't make any sense with -n.
              Example: --style 'pre {font-family: Consolas}'


       Most ANSI codes other than color codes are ignored; possibly causing misformatted  output.
       In general, anything unfit for a hardcopy terminal won't work.


       ansi2txt(1), ttyrec2ansi(1), pipetty(1).

                                            2018-05-27                               ansi2html(1)