Python Interface for UNSCII bitmapped fonts
UNSCII for Python
This provides a wrapper around the collection of bitmapped fonts known as UNSCII.
The original motivation was to create a lightweight way to get text on to small displays such as OLEDs and LCD Screens that may be attached to devices such as a Raspberry Pi or Arduino. There are other libraries out there that do this, but most push the work to Pillow by providing it with .ttf fonts. I wanted a more lightweight way to quickly get text on to the screens without using so many resources, particularly on an Arduino.
Future versions will have a command line utility to generate the minimum amount of code to get strings for python and C++ to make this more useful with C++ and CircuitPython embedded stacks.
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