pastel random | pastel mix red | pastel lighten 0.2 | pastel format hex
pastel random mix red lighten 0.2 format hex
pastel random then mix red then lighten 0.2 then format hex
pastel random ! mix red ! lighten 0.2 ! format hex
eval (echo "pastel $argv" | sed 's/ | / | pastel /g')
pstl "random | mix red | lighten 0.2 | format hex"
I do a fair bit of viz work, this tool could come in handy for generating color schemes I think.
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Heck, you could even rig up a shell script to toggle among Brew installations in order to create self-contained dev environments, synchronize with a Brewfile, and generate a Brewfile.lock.
brew install https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/homebrew-core/4e60ba14762ad17eef498ce5719aa06bc639d2b1/Formula/pastel.rb
Edit: I guess that, even as simple as it would be to implement, it still is another useful output format
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