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A Python Sexy fonts for the console

A Python Sexy fonts for the console

python-cfonts

This is a Python port of cfonts. Thanks for the original code and beautiful console fonts!

NOTE: This project supports Python 2.7+ and 3.4+

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Installation

$ pip install python-cfonts

Usage

Command line interface:

$ cfonts --help
Usage: cfonts [OPTIONS] TEXT

  This is a tool for sexy fonts in the console. Give your cli some love.

Options:
  --version                       Show the version and exit.
  -m, --max-length INTEGER        Use to define the amount of maximum
                                  characters per line
  -s, --spaceless                 Use to disable the padding around your
                                  output
  -z, --line-height INTEGER       Use to define your line height
  -l, --letter-spacing INTEGER    Use to define your letter spacing
  -a, --align [left|center|right]
                                  Use to align your text output
  -b, --background [transparent|black|red|green|yellow|blue|magenta|cyan|white|bright_black|bright_red|bright_green|bright_yellow|bright_blue|bright_magenta|bright_cyan|bright_white]
                                  Use to define the background color
  -c, --colors TEXT               Use to define the font color
  -f, --font [console|block|simpleBlock|simple|3d|simple3d|chrome|huge]
                                  Use to define the font face
  --help                          Show this message and exit.

Or generate the fonts pragramatically:

from cfonts import render, say

output = render('Hello world', colors=['red', 'yellow'], align='center')
print(output)

Tests

$ pipenv run pytest

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