ASCII Arty¶ ↑
Light-weight ASCII art generator
ASCII Arty is a little ASCII art generator that uses the Figlet library. Just feed it a string and it’ll create a fancy ASCII art image.
Figlet font library
# Basic usage (cli) $ artii 'Art!' # => _ _ # => /\ | | | | # => / \ _ __| |_| | # => / /\ \ | '__| __| | # => / ____ \| | | |_|_| # => /_/ \_\_| \__(_) # => # To use a different font $ artii 'Art!' --font slant # => ___ __ __ # => / | _____/ /_/ / # => / /| | / ___/ __/ / # => / ___ |/ / / /_/_/ # => /_/ |_/_/ \__(_) # => # Integrated usage a = Artii::Base.new :font => 'slant' a.asciify('Art!') # => ___ __ __ # => / | _____/ /_/ / # => / /| | / ___/ __/ / # => / ___ |/ / / /_/_/ # => /_/ |_/_/ \__(_) # =>
(sudo) gem install artii
Allow integrated objects to accept a print out a pre-defined text value
Ability to load non *.flf files (fonts are available, .flc file-types seem to be an issue right now)
Ability to set custom configurations, so you don’t have to constantly set the options (like font) unless you want to
Some nice built-in utilities (to make for easier demoing)
Font list should show samples of the faces in addition to the names
Font list should be able to show a given range (fonts starting with specific letters, or a range of letters)
Font list should be searchable (a la grep)
Font list needs to be generated from <strike>a) included fonts</strike> and b) a user-specified location (see To Do about custom configurations)
Prior Art¶ ↑
Figlet (www.figlet.org) implementation written by Tim Fletcher (email@example.com). Found originally in the text gem (github.com/threedaymonk/text), and re-implemented here due to its removal.
Note on Patches/Pull Requests¶ ↑
Fork the project.
Make your feature addition or bug fix.
Add tests for it. This is important so I don’t break it in a future version unintentionally.
Commit, do not mess with rakefile, version, or history. (if you want to have your own version, that is fine but bump version in a commit by itself I can ignore when I pull)
Send me a pull request. Bonus points for topic branches.
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Copyright © 2016 Michael Tierney
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