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Yes, it does. But, unless you want to familiarize yourself with "patching" (please do, either now or at leisure), in this trivial case: if as I understand you have the distribution already installed, it's a matter of simple replacement of just 2 lines in a text editor. Third line edit, in "patch", is to pacify a (dubious -- I hope Perlancar would agree) test during installation. Just make a backup copy and edit Task at hand is kind of borderline in whether sticking to maxima "do not re-invent the wheel" would ultimately benefit you or not. Maybe you'll later encounter unexpected cases of "wrapping text" foreseen by Perlancar many years ago, but not by you with home-made implementation. Maybe not. Sorry for mentoring :)

In reply to Re^3: Text::ANSI::Util for wrapping "colorful" text by vr
in thread Text::ANSI::Util for wrapping "colorful" text by ibm1620

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