How to use the supports-color.stderr.has256 function in supports-color

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github DefinitelyTyped / DefinitelyTyped / types / supports-color / supports-color-tests.ts View on Github external
// Terminal standard output supports 256 colors
}

if (stdout.has16m) {
    // Terminal standard output supports 16 million colors (truecolor)
}

if (stderr) {
    // Terminal standard error supports color
}

if (stderr.hasBasic) {
    // Terminal standard error supports color
}

if (stderr.has256) {
    // Terminal standard error supports 256 colors
}

if (stderr.has16m) {
    // Terminal standard error supports 16 million colors (truecolor)
}