|0.1.0||Aug 16, 2022|
#1069 in Development tools
A (P)iet (Int)erpreter with a builtin png-decoder.
Piet is a programming language in which programs look like abstract paintings. The language is named after Piet Mondrian, who pioneered the field of geometric abstract art.
This is a piet program that prints "Hello World!"
cargo install pint
or you can clone this repo and build it from source
The codel-size is inferred automatically. You can also pass it manually:
pint some_test.png -c <codel_size>
Since the png-decoder is built from scratch it only implements the most common Png color-types TruecolorRGB and Indexed. There is currently no support for gifs.
make shows you the options for this crate.
$ make unit_test or $ cargo t
There also integration tests that check the result of the test-images located in tests/fixtures
$ make integration_tests or $ bash tests/integration_tests
I would appreciate any kind of contribution (as long as the tests pass :)) or feedback since this is my first time writing rust. Maybe there is somebody willing to finish the png decoder to support all kinds of pngs