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PROGRAM:

NAME


aafigure - convert ASCII art to an image

SYNOPSIS


aafigure [option...] [input-file]

aafigure {-h | --help | --version}

DESCRIPTION


aafigure is an ASCII art to image converter.

ASCII art figures can be parsed and output as SVG, PNG, PDF and more.

OPTIONS


The program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two
dashes (--). Mandatory or optional arguments to long options are also mandatory or
optional for any corresponding short options.

-o, --output=file
Write output to file rather than to the standard output.

-e, --encoding=encoding
Set character encoding for input text. The default is ‘UTF-8’.

-w, --wide-chars=properties
Specify which characters should be considered wide. properties is a comma-separated
list of East Asian width[1] symbols:

F
East Asian Fullwidth

H
East Asian Halfwidth

W
East Asian Wide

Na
East Asian Narrow

A
East Asian Ambiguous

N
Neutral (Not East Asian)

The default is ‘F,W’.

-t, --type=format
Use the provided output format. By default, output format is inferred from the output
file name extension.

The following formats are supported: SVG, PDF, PNG and any file format supported by
Python Imaging Library.

-D, --debug
Enable debug outputs.

-T, --textual
Disable horizontal fill detection.

-s, --scale=scale
Use the specified scale.

-a, --aspect=aspect
Use the specified aspect ratio.

-l, --line-width=width
For SVG output format, use the specified line width.

--proportional
Use a proportional font rather than a fixed-width font.

-f, --foreground=#rrggbb
Use the specified foreground color. The default is black (#000000).

-x, --fill=#rrggbb
Use the specified fill color. The default is the foreground color.

-b, --background=#rrggbb
Use the specified background color. The default is white (#ffffff).

-O, --option=extra-options
Pass special options to backends. (For expert users only.)

-h, --help
Display help and exit.

--version
Display version information and exit.

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