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Programming language: Haskell
License: MIT License
Tags: Graphics    
Latest version: v0.2.0.0

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README

Fractal Art

This program generates colorful Wallpapers.

Usage

These are optional

It automatically detects your screen resolution.

Command Argument Description Default
-w, --width Integer sets width of the generated image Screen Width
-h, --height Integer sets height of the generated image Screen Height
-f, --file Path specify filename and path ~/.fractalart/wallpaper.bmp
-n, --no-bg don't set the wallpaper

Installation

Arch Linux

This package is available in the AUR as fractalart-git.

Building manually

Make sure you have stack and zlib installed.

Then do:

$ git clone https://github.com/TomSmeets/FractalArt.git
$ cd FractalArt
$ stack install

Your executable will copied to your local-bin path. For Unix systems this path is $HOME/.local/bin and on Windows %APPDATA%\local\bin.

Windows

If you want a new wallpaper each time you start your PC, put the executable into a startup folder.

For Windows 7 this folder is located at: %APPDATA%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup

but can also be found in: Start Menu -> All Programs

Linux

On Linux you have to set your wallpaper path to: ~/.fractalart/wallpaper.bmp

And somehow run the program on startup.

Gnome

You can add ~/.cabal/bin to your path

or move dist/build/FractalArt/FractalArt inside /usr/local/bin/

Create ~/.config/autostart/fractalart.desktop

[Desktop Entry]
Name=FractalArt
GenericName=Fractal Art
Comment=Generate Wallpapers
Exec=FractalArt
Terminal=false
Type=Application
Categories=Graphics

This will execute the command FractalArt after login.

To set your wallpaper path run:

gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.background picture-uri file://$HOME/.fractalart/wallpaper.bmp

Example images

[Image0](examples/image0.bmp?raw=true)

[Image1](examples/image1.bmp?raw=true)