Generate pseudo-random art
alart is a pseudo-random art generator.
Example art can be found at http://metanohi.name/projects/alart/images/
alart is free software under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 3 (or any later version). This is version 0.1.1 (codename: “Fox”) of the program.
Extract the downloaded file and run this in a terminal:
# python setup.py install
Examples can then be found in the examples directory.
Just run this:
# pip install alart
# easy_install alart
Note that this will not make the examples available.
Python 2.5 is required, though newer versions might be needed for Encapsulated PostScript support.
alart depends on cairo and cairo’s Python bindings for generating images. Version 1.6 is needed for best output support, but earlier versions (e.g. 1.4) works ok. To install it, do one of these things:
alart depends on PyGame 1.8.0+ (perhaps earlier versions are also supported) for showing generated images. If you only want to generate images and not show them in an interactive window, you do not need PyGame graphics and sound. To install it, do one of these things:
To use alart, just run alart. This will display a generated image with default options. To generate a new image while in the window, press R.
To see a list of alart’s command-line options with explanations, run alart --help. To see alart’s module help, run pydoc alart.
alart uses Git for code management. To get the newest code, run:
$ git clone git://gitorious.org/alart/alart.git
Bugs can be reported to email@example.com (address of sole developer).
Copyright (C) 2010, 2011 Niels Serup
Copying and distribution of this file, with or without modification, are permitted in any medium without royalty provided the copyright notice and this notice are preserved. This file is offered as-is, without any warranty.