VT340 Emulation

Grant Taylor cctalk at gtaylor.tnetconsulting.net
Mon Jun 21 23:45:41 CDT 2021

On 6/21/21 6:10 PM, Ethan Dicks via cctalk wrote:
> I would love some sample ReGIS files, color or B&W.  Anything, really.

Here's the (relatively) simple ReGIS (.rgs) file that I made, modeled 
after something I saw on Twitter.

I'm copying and pasting the ReGIS file because it's mostly printable 
text.  The only exception is that "^[" on the first and last line are 
really the ASCII representation of the escape character.


If it looks relatively simple, that's because it's three (identical, but 
rotated) shapes consisting of six points returning to the 1st to close 
the shape.  From memory, it enters ReGIS mode, sets a color, defines the 
shape to be filled, and repeats.

> Thanks!

You're welcome.

I'll happily email anybody copies of the ReGIS file(s) and / or Sixel 
file(s) that I have.  Simply let me know that you'd like a copy. 
(Please email me directly instead of sending me too(s) to the list.)

Teas:  My one of my two favorite Sixels is a TRON tank.

P.S.  I've configured answer backs on my main systems and plumbed the 
skeleton into my rc files to allow the systems to know if the client 
(based on answer back of known systems) supports Sixel / ReGIS.  I have 
grand ideas of making Zsh conditionally display a stop sign if / when $? 
is not zero.  Maybe a yellow attention triangle with an exclamation 
point.  }:-)

Grant. . . .
unix || die

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