Signed-off-by: Erik Hollensbe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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ansiview: view old ANSI art in your terminal
This is a very basic cp437 -> utf8 codec driver through what amounts to UNIX
cat otherwise. To use it:
Pass it the ANSI over standard input or pass it a filename.
Check out some art packs at 16colo.rs, unzip, and try this script or some similar variation on it in your UTF-8-compatible terminal:
for i in *.ANS; do clear; ansiview $i; echo $i; read; done
Then you can walk through the whole directory; hit enter to cycle to the next file.
UTF-8 compatible, minimum 16 color terminal. Your terminal should be at least
80x25 to see most artwork, however you may benefit from much taller heights
and sometimes width;
130x75 is great.
$ go get github.com/erikh/ansiview
Erik Hollensbe email@example.com, but most of the work was really done by the person who did the CP437 codec in golang's standard library. Props to them!
MIT (c) 2020 Erik Hollensbe