vivid.ex - Vivid is a simple 2D rendering library written in Elixir.

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Vivid is a simple 2D rendering library. I implemented a simple ASCII renderer for debugging and testing purposes, so at any time you can pipe almost any Vivid struct to IO.puts and the contents of the buffer will be rendered and printed onto the screen.

https://github.com/jamesotron/vivid.ex

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