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Render image files in the terminal

Project description

Render images in the terminal. Pronounced ‘Lo-Res’.

install

pip install lores. Done.

lores depends on [pillow][], [requests][], and [vari][]; the above command installs dependencies as needed.

[pillow]: https://github.com/python-imaging/Pillow [requests]: https://github.com/kennethreitz/requests [vari]: https://github.com/philadams/vari

use

Render a local or remote image in your terminal:

lores fixtures/parrot.png lores –columns=40 http://octodex.github.com/images/original.jpg

![example/example.png](./example/example.png)

help

As expected, via -h or –help:

usage: lores [-h] [-c COLUMNS] imfile

Render images on the terminal. http://github.com/philadams/lores

positional arguments:
imfile image file to render
optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-c COLUMNS, --columns COLUMNS
 width of img in terminal columns

future

  • better error reporting (don’t just defer to e.g. requests or PIL libs)

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