Colourettu 1.1.0 for Python released

Version 1.1.0 of Colourettu has been released.

Colourettu is a Python library I’ve written for dealing with colours and “palettes” (groups of colours).

A quick example:

import colourettu
c1 = colourettu.colour()                # defaults to #FFF
c2 = colourettu.colour("#eee")          # equivalent to #EEEEEE
c3 = colourettu.colour("#456bda")
c4 = colourettu.colour([3, 56, 129])    # as an RGB tuple or list
c5 = colourettu.colour((63, 199, 233))
c6 = colourettu.colour([0.242, 0.434, 0.165], normalized_rgb=True)

all_colours = [c1, c2, c3, c4, c5, c6]

p2 = colourettu.palette()
p2.to_image('p2.png', max_width=360, vertical=False)

Colourettu p2

The easiest to install (or upgrade) Colourettu (assuming you already have Python installed) is to use pip:

pip install colourettu --upgrade

The changes for this version include a project logo (above), and the addition of the palette class.

Colourettu documentation is now online. A full changelog is online as part of that. The code for Colourettu is hosted on Github.

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