It is a command that can display a list of files with images.
If you type
lisx on the terminal like this, the image files in the directory will be listed.
If you install it not only locally but also on the server, you can use it for quick confirmation of images in the image directory of the Web application via ssh.
It works on each OS. All you need
--A terminal emulator that can display images with SixelGraphics
only. For the terminal, use mlterm / Xterm / urxvt / iTerm2 etc. In Windows10 it's easy to use wsltty with WSL. Please refer to this article.
ImageMagick now has a standard conversion process to sixel. Let's install from the OS repository normally. For Ubuntu etc.
~% sudo apt-get install imagemagick
From the repository at here, unzip it by
clone or by downloading the zip.
Since the substance of lsix is a shell script that uses Imagemagick's
convert command, installation is completed simply by copying the file
lsix under the extracted directory to a location in your path.
lisx on the directory where the images are, and there are no options.
In the case of such a gif animation
It will be expanded and displayed.
PDF can also be displayed, but since it takes a little time to convert, it will be passed through by default, so it is OK to explicitly specify
lsix * pdf etc.
Please give it a try!