ansilove.js

A script to display ANSi and artscene related file formats on web pages
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commit 66a56a7e0ca1ab07988b12aab58f64ce3a82d616
parent 4c84899b3ffe11cb76c59a83d2dde21fa274cc9d
Author: Andy Herbert <andy.herbert@gmail.com>
Date:   Thu, 21 Nov 2013 20:19:54 +0000

Changed instances of "Ansilove" to "AnsiLove".

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MLICENSE | 2+-
MREADME.md | 12++++++------
Mexample/example_usage.ans | 6+++---
3 files changed, 10 insertions(+), 10 deletions(-)

diff --git a/LICENSE b/LICENSE @@ -1,6 +1,6 @@ Copyright (C) 2013 Andrew Herbert and Frederic Cambus. -Ansilove.js™ is a trademark of Frederic Cambus, used with permission. +AnsiLove.js™ is a trademark of Frederic Cambus, used with permission. https://github.com/andyherbert/ansilove.js All rights reserved. diff --git a/README.md b/README.md @@ -1,13 +1,13 @@ ## Description -Ansilove.js is a partial rewrite of [ansilove][1] and [AnsiLove-C][2] in the Javascript programming language. Unlike the original projects, Ansilove.js enables artscene related file formats to be displayed directly on a webpage on the client-side, and supports ANSi (.ANS), PCBOARD (.PCB), BiNARY (.BIN), ADF (.ADF), iDF (.IDF), TUNDRA (.TND) and XBiN (.XB) formats. +AnsiLove.js is a partial rewrite of [ansilove][1] and [AnsiLove-C][2] in the Javascript programming language. Unlike the original projects, AnsiLove.js enables artscene related file formats to be displayed directly on a webpage on the client-side, and supports ANSi (.ANS), PCBOARD (.PCB), BiNARY (.BIN), ADF (.ADF), iDF (.IDF), TUNDRA (.TND) and XBiN (.XB) formats. -Ansilove.js supports the majority of options found in the original set of tools. +AnsiLove.js supports the majority of options found in the original set of tools. [ansilove™][1] is a trademark of Frederic Cambus. [AnsiLove-C™][2] is a trademark of Stefan Vogt, Brian Cassidy and Frederic Cambus. -Ansilove.js has been tested on Safari, Firefox, and Chrome. Results may vary widely on Internet Explorer browsers. +AnsiLove.js has been tested on Safari, Firefox, and Chrome. Results may vary widely on Internet Explorer browsers. ## Features @@ -197,12 +197,12 @@ It is also possible to retrieve a record for a file without generating an image ## License -Ansilove is released under a MIT-style license. See `LICENSE` file for details. +AnsiLove.js is released under a MIT-style license. See `LICENSE` file for details. ## Author -Ansilove is developed by [Frederic Cambus](http://www.cambus.net) -Ansilove.js is developed by [Andrew Herbert](http://andyh.org) +AnsiLove is developed by [Frederic Cambus](http://www.cambus.net) +AnsiLove.js is developed by [Andrew Herbert](http://andyh.org) ## Resources diff --git a/example/example_usage.ans b/example/example_usage.ans @@ -1,4 +1,4 @@ -[?33hAnsilove.render("cl!-al02.ans", function (canvas, sauce) { +[?33hAnsiLove.render("cl!-al02.ans", function (canvas, sauce) { document.getElementById("ansi-container").appendChild(canvas); console.log(sauce); }, {"bits": "9"}); @@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ // And for producing extremely long files, // spanning multiple canvas elements by splitting every nth row... -[?33hAnsilove.splitRender("long_ansi.ans", function (canvases, sauce) { +[?33hAnsiLove.splitRender("long_ansi.ans", function (canvases, sauce) { canvases.forEach(function (canvas) { canvas.style.verticalAlign = "bottom"; // For perfect, gap-less viewing document.getElementById("ansi-container").appendChild(canvas); @@ -16,7 +16,7 @@ // And for ansimations... -var controller = [?33hAnsilove.animate("ansimation.ans", function (canvas, sauce) { +var controller = [?33hAnsiLove.animate("ansimation.ans", function (canvas, sauce) { document.getElementById("ansi-container").appendChild(canvas); console.log(sauce); controller.play(2800, function () {