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What program is used for drawing this ascii art?
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Made my first command-line tool with Golang
Also check GitHubs comminuty guidelines for projects ( https://github.com/TheZoraiz/ascii-image-converter/community ) for at least the contributing guide.
I'm using the cobra library to implement command-line functionality. All the flags are handed in cmd/root.go in this function.
What are some alternatives?
cobra - A Commander for modern Go CLI interactions
jp2a - Converts jpg images to ASCII
changie - Automated changelog tool for preparing releases with lots of customization options
kong - Kong is a command-line parser for Go
SmartThingsTerminal - SmartThings Terminal is a cross platform CLI tool for the SmartThings API - interact with your smart home from the command line.
diagram - CLI app to convert ASCII arts into hand drawn diagrams.
zswap-cli - Command-line tool to control zswap Linux kernel module options
ASCII_Art_Paint - The editor for ASCII-graphics, combining a graphical editor and an image to text converter. Decorate your text and surprise your readers with an original social media post or blog post using ASCII graphics. The tool does not require an internet connection and can work offline in a browser.
tdraw - Draw ASCII art in terminal
ASCII-Image-art - ASCII ART
durdraw - Versatile Unicode, ANSI & ASCII Art editor for drawing in the Linux/Unix/macOS terminal, with animation, 256 color support and custom themes