terminal-image-cli - Display images in the terminal

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Works in any terminal that supports colors. In iTerm, the image will be displayed in full resolution, since iTerm has special image support.



get-stdin : ^6.0.0
meow : ^5.0.0
terminal-image : ^0.1.0



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