This idea of this project came up after I read this github blog post. The CLI Ruby Script for generating memes caught my attention but being an Ubuntu user, I couldn't get ruby to work properly or even gem to compile native extensions. After wasting 1h30 of my time, installing emacs without my knowledge, and ripping out my grub when apt-get removing ruby, I decided to rewrite it so that I can one day make it work. My favourite toy at the moment is node.js.
So my bet is to rewrite this in less than 150 lines and to be able to actually run it easily ; node.js as very few dependencies and npm is just the best (easy when compared to gem)
Generate meme images using http://memegenerator.net! Save yourself some time!
- Features many popular memes
- no tests
Generate a Y U NO meme: $ meme Y_U_NO 'write tests?'
See a list of available generators: $ meme --list
Get the url to the online interface for a given meme $ meme view P_HERE_THERE
$ npm install meme
/!\ DEPRECATED I am no longer the owner of the meme package on npm. This won't be what you're looking for /!\
$ git clone https://github.com/floby/node-meme $ cd node-meme
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