A friendly language for graphic design http://github.com/brow/noise
|Latest on Hackage:||0.0.1|
This package is not currently in any snapshots. If you're interested in using it, we recommend adding it to Stackage Nightly. Doing so will make builds more reliable, and allow stackage.org to host generated Haddocks.
This project is an implementation of Noise written in Haskell. It includes an interpreter and a library of modules that you can use to write your own interpreter.
First, install the Haskell Platform. Then:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:brow/noise.git cd noise cabal install
Let’s make sure it worked:
$ noise --help Usage: noise [file] -h --help Print this help text.
noise reads Noise code from standard input and writes SVG to standard output:
echo "shape.circle(10,10,10,fill:color.red)" | noise > circle.svg
It can also read from a file:
echo "shape.rectangle(0,0,10,10,fill:color.blue)" > rectangle.noise noise rectangle.noise > rectangle.svg
convert from the ImageMagick package to write other image formats:
echo "shape.circle(10,10,10,fill:color.green)" | noise | convert -size 20x20 svg:- circle.png
I recommend using
cabal-dev to maintain a sandboxed build environment. If you don’t have it already:
cabal install cabal-dev
Then, in the project root:
cabal-dev install-deps --enable-tests cabal-dev configure --enable-tests
After performing the above setup once, you can build and test
noise like so:
cabal-dev build && cabal-dev test
For a more detailed and colorful test report, try this:
cabal-dev build && ./dist/build/test/test