Commit ffe26e8e authored by mbionchi's avatar mbionchi

add anim specification in the readme

parent 6f50424c
......@@ -13,8 +14,12 @@ that is the root of the site and contains text files to be displayed.
allow telnet-site to do things such as flowing paragraphs and indenting list items.
The syntax is described in the FORMATTING section.
Furthermore, the text files can specify animations, as described in the
Both the text window as well as the file index window are scrollable.
......@@ -26,6 +31,7 @@ flags.
Otherwise, you can run
gcc -o telnetsite -lncurses ./src/*.c
......@@ -51,6 +57,7 @@ exec <path-to-binary> <path-to-site.d>
where <path-to-binary> is the path to the telnet-site executable, and
<path-to-site.d> is the path to the root directory of the site.
......@@ -78,8 +85,33 @@ will be aligned to the first letter character on this line, for example:
Animation specification must start with a ;anim on the line by
itself and end with either ;loop or ;noloop on the line by itself.
In between those two lines, it is expected that the user will specify
frames by using the keyword ;frame followed by the number of ticks this
frame should last (where one tick is 1/10th a second), all on one line
with nothing else on it. On the next line, and until the next ;frame,
the lines will be treated as frame data. The number of lines must be
the same among all frames.
For example, here's a specification of a loading spinner:
;frame 1
loading... |
;frame 1
loading... /
;frame 1
loading... -
;frame 1
loading... \
- sometimes scrolling breaks over telnet or seems to assume invalid terminal size
- flow algo segfaults if a contiguos word is longer that the paragraph max width
You know it.
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