ansilove

ANSI and ASCII art to PNG converter in C
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commit f744c73fea053506d47b502bb8a26be6d60f4409
parent 69deeed666009a8d2b0952960dd658e67407e1d7
Author: ByteProject <stefan.vogt@byteproject.net>
Date:   Tue, 27 Dec 2011 20:15:19 +0100

pointed out that libgd is needed to compile / execute the binary

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diff --git a/README.md b/README.md @@ -1,10 +1,10 @@ # AnsiLove/C -This is a complete rewrite of [AnsiLove/PHP](http://ansilove.sourceforge.net) in the C programming language. Unlike it's PHP ancestor, AnsiLove/C is intended as UNIX command line tool you install to /usr/bin. Right now the project is in an early stage of development and is neither considered as finished nor as stable product. +This is a complete rewrite of [AnsiLove/PHP](http://ansilove.sourceforge.net) in the C programming language. It will convert ANSi and artscene related file formats into PNG images. Unlike it's PHP ancestor, AnsiLove/C is intended as UNIX command line tool you install preferably to /usr/bin. Right now the project is in an early stage of development and is neither considered as finished nor as stable product. # Specs -AnsiLove/C is strictly using the `C99 standard` to achieve high portability to all major operating systems. It's developed from ground up with the vision to compile just fine on your platform. Supported compilers are `gcc` and `Clang`, others may work but aren't tested. All files are linked to the C standard headers. An exception is compilation on `Mac OS X`, where defines in the sources ensure linking to `<Foundation/Foundation.h>`. I for one develop AnsiLove/C on a Mac, you'll find a Xcode project file in this repository. +AnsiLove/C is strictly using the `C99 standard` to achieve high portability to all major operating systems. It's developed from ground up with the vision to compile just fine on your platform. Be sure to link against `libgd` when compiling which is also needed when running the binary. Supported compilers are `gcc` and `Clang`, others may work but aren't tested. All files are linked to the C standard headers. An exception is compilation on `Mac OS X`, where defines in the sources ensure linking to `<Foundation/Foundation.h>`. I for one develop AnsiLove/C on a Mac, you'll find a Xcode project file in this repository. # Why porting to C?