Acme::CPANModules::COLOR - Modules that follow the COLOR & NO_COLOR

    This document describes version 0.003 of Acme::CPANModules::COLOR (from
    Perl distribution Acme-CPANModules-COLOR), released on 2021-03-27.

    The NO_COLOR convention (see lets user disable
    color output of console programs by defining an environment variable
    called NO_COLOR. The existence of said environment variable, regardless
    of its value (including empty string, undef, or 0), signals that
    programs should not use colored output.

    Another similar convention is the use of the COLOR environment variable.
    False value (empty string or the value 0) means that programs should
    disable colored output, while true value (values other than the
    mentioned false values) means that programs should enable colored
    output. This convention allows force-enabling colored output instead of
    just force-disabling it, although programs supporting it need to add a
    line of code or two to check the value of the environment variable.

    If you know of other modules that should be listed here, please contact

    *   AppBase::Grep

    *   App::abgrep

    *   App::diffdb

    *   App::diffwc

    *   App::hr

    *   App::riap

    *   App::wordlist

    *   Color::ANSI::Util

    *   Data::Dump::Color

    *   Data::Format::Pretty::JSON

    *   Data::Format::Pretty::Perl

    *   Data::Format::Pretty::YAML

    *   Debug::Print

    *   Log::Any::Adapter::Screen

    *   Log::ger::Output::Screen

    *   Perinci::CmdLine::Classic

    *   Perinci::CmdLine::Lite

    *   Perinci::Result::Format

    *   Perinci::Result::Format::Lite

    *   Progress::Any::Output::TermProgressBar

    *   Term::ANSIColor::Conditional

    *   Term::ANSIColor::Patch::Conditional

    *   Term::App::Roles

    *   Text::ANSITable

    *   Text::DiffU

  What is an Acme::CPANModules::* module?
    An Acme::CPANModules::* module, like this module, contains just a list
    of module names that share a common characteristics. It is a way to
    categorize modules and document CPAN. See Acme::CPANModules for more

  What are ways to use this Acme::CPANModules module?
    Aside from reading this Acme::CPANModules module's POD documentation,
    you can install all the listed modules (entries) using cpanmodules CLI
    (from App::cpanmodules distribution):

        % cpanmodules ls-entries COLOR | cpanm -n

    or Acme::CM::Get:

        % perl -MAcme::CM::Get=COLOR -E'say $_->{module} for @{ $LIST->{entries} }' | cpanm -n

    or directly:

        % perl -MAcme::CPANModules::COLOR -E'say $_->{module} for @{ $Acme::CPANModules::COLOR::LIST->{entries} }' | cpanm -n

    This Acme::CPANModules module also helps lcpan produce a more meaningful
    result for "lcpan related-mods" command when it comes to finding related
    modules for the modules listed in this Acme::CPANModules module.

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    to an existing test-file that illustrates the bug or desired feature.

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