An ASCII animation interpreter for the terminal.
Asciimation is like the flipbooks where one draws a single frame per page, and flips through it to create an animation.
The above asciimation is created from the following file contents:
x:10 # minimum terminal width y:1 # minimum terminal height BEGIN # keyword to seperate headers from frames octobanana # the first frame END # keyword to seperate frames OCTOBANANA # the second frame
The interpreter reads from a plain text file. The start of the file contains the headers. The 'x' header is the minimum width of the terminal needed to properly display the animation, and 'y' is the height. The headers are optional, but the
BEGIN line must be present.
BEGIN tells the interpreter where to begin parsing the frames. Each frame is seperated by a newline with a special delimiter on it. The default delimiter is the word
While the above example uses a single line per frame, a frame is interpreted as anything inbetween the seperators.
See the examples folder for some ideas!
The following shell commands will build the project:
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git clone <repo_name> cd <repo_name> ./build.sh -r
To build the debug version, run the build script without the -r flag.
The following shell commands will install the project: