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I don't know whether my question belongs on Stack Overflow or Super User (or maybe even Unix & Linux?). Can you please take a look at my draft, and give a recommendation?

The coffee-script REPL by default shows the output in yellow, which is hardly readable when your background is white. Unfortunately, I couldn't find a way to configure it, but I don't want to change my background permanently to black just because of this issue.

Do you know know whether the coffee REPL is configurable? If not, is there an alternative? Disabling colored output completely would be fine for me, too.

I'm using Arch Linux and CoffeeScript version 1.6.2.

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I vote for Stack Overflow, because it's about "software tools commonly used by programmers". – Rob W May 20 '13 at 14:53
@RobW Good argument. I'll post to stackoverflow. Thanks! – Philipp Claßen May 20 '13 at 15:34
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I followed Rob W's argument to ask questions about software tools commonly used by programmers on stackoverflow.

Here is the question: Change the output color of the coffeescript REPL (no yellow)

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