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    0.2.0 • Public • Published

    Walet CLI

    Installation

    Installation is possible using npm or yarn:

    yarn global add @walet/cli
    
    # or
    
    npm install --global @walet/cli

    Usage

    When installed, this package adds a global walet shell command.

    At present, this project is in its early stages, so functionality is basic.

    You can generate a colour scheme from an image using its file path, or its http(s) URL.

    walet --image /path/to/file.jpg
    walet --image some/relative/file.jpg
    walet --image https://example.com/image.jpg

    This will output a list of colours, with a preview along-side:

    Terminal showing output of walet command

    Options

    --image / -i

    The URL or path to the image.

    • If a URL is passed, it must be HTTP or HTTPS, and the image must be accessible with a simple, unauthenticated GET request.
    • If a file path is passed, it may be either an absolute path, or a path relative to the current working directory.

    This option is required; if it is not provided, an error will be thrown.

    --light / -l

    If supplied, a light (as opposed to dark) theme will be generated. By default, this is disabled, and so a dark theme will be generated.

    --backend / -b

    Specifies the colour scheme backend to use. The current choices are:

    • vibrant - node-vibrant (default)
    • wal - A port of pywal's colour scheme generator (using ImageMagick)

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    Install

    npm i @walet/cli

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    Version

    0.2.0

    License

    WTFPL

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