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Tart (Terminal art)

Draw pretty pictures in your terminal with ease

Installation

Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'tart'

And then execute:

$ bundle

Or install it yourself as:

$ gem install tart

Usage

Build an image map like this one found in examples/mario.tart:

............KK...KK
............KWKKKKK
............KWWKRRRK
............KKWWRRRRK
...........KRKWRKKKKKKK
...........KRRKKKKKKKKKK
..........KRRKKKWWWWKK
.........KKKKKWWWKWK
.........KWWKKWWWKWKKK
.........KWWKKKWWWWWWWKKKKKKK
.........KWWWKWWKWWWWWKKGGGGKK
..........KWWWWKKKWWWKGGKKKKGGK
...........KKWWWWKKKKGGKGGGGKGGK
............KKKWWWWKKGKGGGGGGKGK
...........KKRRKKKKKGKGGGGGGGGKGK
..........KKRRRRRKRKKGKGGGGGGKGKK
..........KKRRRRRRKKKGGKGGGGKGGGKK
.........KKKKRRRRRKWWKGGKKKKGGGGGK
.KKKKKKKKKKKKKKRRKWWWWKKGGGGKGGKKK
KKRWWRRWWRKKKKKKKKWWWWKGGGGGGKKKWWK
KRRWWRRWWKKKKKKKWWKWWKKGGGGGGKWWWK
KRRWWRRWKRRKKKKKKKKKKRKKKKKKKWWKK
KKRWWRRKKRKKKKKKKKKRRRKWWWWWWWK
.KKKKKKKRRKKKKKKKKKRRRKKWWWWKK
.......KRRKKKKK...KRRKKKKKKKK
.......KRRKK.......KKK
........KK

Where K is black, G is green, etc. All the possible colors can be found here

Then run

tart bake examples/mario.tart

And something pretty happens:

Picture of Mario

Check out the examples if you'd like.

Contributing

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request

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