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Artist mode is an Emacs package, that draw ascii character on a text area with mouse and/or keyboard.
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{{Package
The shapes are made up with the ascii characters including lines, rectangles, squares, poly-lines, ellipses and circles.
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|name=Artist Mode
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|description=Learn to become an artist with [[Emacs]]
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|source=http://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/emacs.git/tree/lisp/textmodes/artist.el
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|maintainer=[[FSF]]
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|in_emacs=yes
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|Development status=active
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}}
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'''Artist mode''' is a paint like application for [[Gnu Emacs]]. You can create following shapes with it -
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* lines
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* squares
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* rectangles and poly-lines
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* ellipses
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* circles with your mouse and/or keyboard.  
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Use this mode to insert text diagrams or figures in your source
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comments.
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== See Also ==
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[[Picture Mode]]
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== External Links ==
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; [http://www.cinsk.org/emacs/emacs-artist.html Screencast of Artist mode]
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: Illustrates how to create inline documentation using ASCII diagrams. Watch this screencast and be inspired.
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[[Category:Draw]]

Latest revision as of 15:16, 30 March 2012

Artist Mode
Description Learn to become an artist with Emacs
Author name of author
Maintainer FSF
Source http://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/emacs.git/tree/lisp/textmodes/artist.el
Part of Emacs yes

Artist mode is a paint like application for Gnu Emacs. You can create following shapes with it -

  • lines
  • squares
  • rectangles and poly-lines
  • ellipses
  • circles with your mouse and/or keyboard.

Use this mode to insert text diagrams or figures in your source comments.

See Also[edit]

Picture Mode


External Links[edit]

Screencast of Artist mode
Illustrates how to create inline documentation using ASCII diagrams. Watch this screencast and be inspired.