Terminal image viewer
Matthew Oertle <email@example.com>
ablk is a image viewer that uses the UTF-8 block character and 24-bit ANSI escape sequences to render an image in the terminal window. Useful over SSH into a remote machine to get an idea of what an image file looks like.
usage: ablk [-h] [–delay DELAY] [–no-name] images [images …]
- positional arguments:
images Image files
- optional arguments:
- -h, --help
show this help message and exit
- --delay DELAY, -d DELAY
Delay between each image
- --no-name, -n
Show filename of image
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