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Custom parrots from your command line :tada:
npm install -g parrotify-cli
Requires node > 8
To display the parrot in your command line you need iTerm > 3, a parrot.gif will be generated in your current directory anyway.
Will start the wizard ✨ which will guide you through the parrot generation process 🦄
You can also give these options:
> parrotify [options] Options: -V, --version output the version number -w --wizard Use the wizard (inquirer) to create your custom parrot ⚡️ -b --base [base] Base parrot to use -o --overlay [overlay] Image to place on top of the parrot -p --position [position] Position of the overlay (face, hand or hat) -d --delay [delay] How hard does the parrot party? -h, --help output usage information
The overlay will autoposition itself based on it's ratio and chosen base (experimental).
> parrotify -o http://vignette3.wikia.nocookie.net/runescape2/images/0/0a/Wizard_hat_\(t\)_detail.png -p hat -b mega
A gif file will be generated in the current path showing the result parrot. By default it will be called parrot.gif
Error handling whenever user data is not entered properly (missing overlay and positions defined)
Give an error when node version < 8
Prevent replacing existing parrot.gif in the folder.
Customise overlay size option.
Please see our contributing.md
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