UniMatrix - カタカナ有マトリックスをターミナルで忠実に再現

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pip install git+https://github.com/will8211/unimatrix.git


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▲「unimatrix -c red -u "macOS"」と実行すると、赤色の「macOS」が降ってきます。

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▲「 unimatrix -c yellow -l 'e'」と実行すると、黄色の絵文字が使えます。

全てのオプションを確認したい場合「unimatrix --help」を実行します。

 $ unimatrix --help

  unimatrix [-a] [-b] [-c COLOR] [-h] [-l CHARACTER_LIST] [-n] [-o] [-s SPEED]
            [-u CUSTOM_CHARACTERS]

  -a                   Asynchronous scroll. Lines will move at varied speeds.

  -b                   Use only bold characters

  -c COLOR             One of: green (default), red, blue, white, yellow, cyan,
                       magenta, black

  -g COLOR             Background color (See -c). Defaults to keeping
                       terminal's current background.

  -h                   Show this help message and exit

  -l CHARACTER_LIST    Select character set(s) using a string over letter
                       codes (see CHARACTER SETS below.)

  -n                   Do not use bold characters (overrides -b)

  -o                   Disable on-screen status

  -s SPEED             Integer up to 100. 0 uses a one-second delay before
                       refreshing, 100 uses none. Use negative numbers for
                       even lower speeds. Default=85

  -t TIME              Exit the process after TIME seconds

  -u CUSTOM_CHARACTERS Your own string of characters to display. Enclose in
                       single quotes ('') to escape special characters. For
                       example: -u '#$('

  -w                   Single-wave mode: Does a single burst of green rain,
                       exits. You can put in a .bashrc file to run when your
                       terminal launches. Works well with speed at 95.

  -a --asychronous
  -b --all-bold
  -c --color=COLOR
  -g --bg-color=COLOR
  -h --help
  -l --character-list=CHARACTER_LIST
  -s --speed=SPEED
  -n --no-bold
  -o --status-off
  -t --time
  -u --custom_characters=CUSTOM_CHARACTERS
  -w --single_wave

  When using '-l' or '--character_list=' option, follow it with one or more of
  the following letters:

  a   Lowercase alphabet
  A   Uppercase alphabet
  c   Lowercase Russian Cyrillic alphabet
  C   Uppercase Russian Cyrillic alphabet
  e   A few common emoji ( ☺☻✌♡♥❤⚘❀❃❁✼☀✌♫♪☃❄❅❆☕☂★ )
  g   Lowercase Greek alphabet
  G   Uppercase Greek alphabet
  k   Japanese katakana (half-width)
  K   Klingon "pIqaD" alphabet (Requires supporting font) *
  m   Default 'Matrix' set, equal to 'knnssss'
  n   Numbers 0-9
  o   'Old' style non-unicode set, like cmatrix. Equal to 'AaSn'
  r   Lowercase Roman numerals ( mcclllxxxxvvvvviiiiii )
  R   Uppercase Roman numerals ( MCCLLLXXXXVVVVVIIIIII )
  s   A subset of symbols actually used in the Matrix films ( -=*_+|:<>" )
  S   All common keyboard symbols ( `-=~!z#$%^&*()_+[]{}|\;':",./<>?" )
  u   Custom characters selected using -u switch

  For exmaple: '-l naAS' or '--character_list=naAS' will give something similar
  to the output of the original cmatrix program in its default mode.
  '-l ACG' will use all the upper-case character sets. Use the same
  letter multiple times to increase the frequency of the character set. For
  example, the default setting is equal to '-l knnssss'.

  * Klingon characters should work with ConScript-compliant fonts

  SPACE, CTRL-c or q   exit
  - or LEFT            decrease speed by 1
  + or RIGHT           increase speed by 1
  [ or DOWN            decrease speed by 10
  ] or UP              increase speed by 10
  a                    toggle asynchronous scrolling
  b                    cycle through bold character options
                           (bold off-->bold on-->all bold)
  1 to 9               set color: (1) Green   (2) Red   (3) Blue     (4) White
                                  (5) Yellow  (6) Cyan  (7) Magenta  (8) Black
                                  (9) Terminal default
  ! to )               set background color (same colors as above, but pressing
                           shift + number)
  o                    toggle on-screen status

  Mimic default output of cmatrix (no unicode characters, works in TTY):
    $ unimatrix -n -s 96 -l o

  Use the letters from the name of your favorite operating system in bold blue:
    $ unimatrix -B -u Linux -c blue

  Use default character set, plus dollar symbol (note single quotes around
      special character):
    $ unimatrix -l knnssssu -u '$'

  No bold characters, slowly, using emojis, numbers and a few symbols:
    $ unimatrix -n -l ens -s 50

UniMatrixはマトリックスプログラムの先駆者Chris Allegretta/Abishek V. Ashok両氏によるCMatrixをベースにして作成されたとのこと。CMatrix風に実行したい場合は以下のコマンドラインを使います。

unimatrix -n -s 96 -l 'o'