Display images in your terminal, kind of
Start by obtaining Rust from https://rustup.rs. Afterwards, run
cargo install termimage
After the installation process finishes, running
termimage should produce an error message.
If it does, you're ready to move on to the Usage sexion below.
If, however, you've encountered a problem during the installation, do not hesitate to open an issue here.
From Debian repository
The following line in
deb https://debian.nabijaczleweli.xyz stable main
With my PGP key (the two URLs are interchangeable):
wget -O- https://debian.nabijaczleweli.xyz/nabijaczleweli.gpg.key | sudo apt-key add # or sudo wget -O/etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/nabijaczleweli.asc https://keybase.io/nabijaczleweli/pgp_keys.asc
Then the usual
sudo apt update sudo apt install termimage
will work on x86_64 and i686.
See the repository README for more information.
termimage, which builds the latest released version,
termimage-git, which builds the latest git revision, and
termimage-bin, which downloads the latest official build artifacts.
If you use an AUR helper, you should be able to
yay -S termimage
Otherwise, you should be able to clone an individual package repository and compile it with
makepkg by running
git clone https://aur.archlinux.org/termimage.git && cd termimage && makepkg -si
From pre-built executables
Alternatively, have a glance over at the releases page, which should host Windows and Linux x86_64 binaries.
Installation should be a matter of downloading them, marking as executable, and copying somewhere to your
Display an image
Print all images in a dir to a file.
(for f in $(find image_dir -type f); do termimage -s 150x33 $f; done) > out_file
For more usage examples see the documentation.
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