Display pictures in your Linux terminal with a retro 256 color design.
- Licence: MIT
- Author: Julien CHAUMONT
- Contact: github[at]julienc.io
- Version: 1.0.1 - 29/01/2014
This program was made for practising GoLang and does not claim any skill in this language. Just enjoy the result!
Video demonstration: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=89tYEL3nyLI
In order to use
terimg, you will need:
- A 256 color compatible shell (
gnome-terminaldoes the trick)
gocompiler such as
Just run the compiled program:
terimg <png_file> [terminal_width] [preserve_ratio]
[preserve_ratio] to any value in order to try to preserve
the picture size ratio.
terimg is working with
terimg uses a default configuration which is set in
gives all the rgb values of the 256 colors the user's terminal can
display. You can use the Python script
display_colors.py to print
all the available colors of your own terminal in the correct order.
You will then need to modify
rgb.csv in order to have better