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Description

	These scripts have been compiled from various sources by Jari
	Aalto <jari.aalto@cante.net>

colortable16.sh

	URL	: http://www.frexx.de/xterm-256-notes/
	Author	: Wolfgang Frisch <xororand@unfoog.de>:
	License	: GPL v3+

256colors2.pl

	URL	: ftp://invisible-island.net/xterm/
	Author	: Thomas Dickey <dickey@his.com>
	License : MIT

	This file can also be foudn from a secondary page at
	www.frexx.de (see above), but the canonical source is the
	xterm distribution.

	Note: an alternative implementation in Python is available
	from http://zhar.net/projects/shell/terminal_colors by John
	Eikenberry <jae@zhar.net>

8colors.sh

	From invisible-island.net

16colors.sh

	From invisible-island.net

colortest

	URL	: http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=1349
	Author	: Entheon <jazzworksweb@yahoo.com> (0.1 2005-09-12)
 	License : Public domain

	xterm 256 color test and visual colors list. Rhe text in the
	file reads "by entheon, do whatever the hell you want with
	this file".

	Ther is one problem with this program. You need to manually
	reset terminal colors back to default with command:

	      setterm -reset

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