Eagle Advanced Graphics Library for Emacs
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README.org

Eagle - Eagle Advanced Graphics Library for Emacs

Eagle (Eagle Advanced Graphics Library for Emacs) is an easy to use, customizable 2D and 3D graphics library.

It is "easy to use" because it neither requires you to be expert in math, nor the API is hard to use. Knowing basic maths is enough, advanced maths wrapped into easy to use, intuitive functions. What you need to do is to specify the points, and what things to draw with those points.

We call it "customizable" because you can customize the operation of Eagle. Eagle has good defaults, most of the things are customizable by setting appropiate variables.

Installation

Package

Eagle is not available on any ELPA right now.

Quelpa

(quelpa '(eagle :fetcher git
                :url "https://codeberg.org/akib/emacs-eagle.git"))

Straight.el

(straight-use-package
 '(eagle :type git :repo "https://codeberg.org/akib/emacs-eagle.git"))

Manual

Put eagle.el in your load-path, it has no dependency.

Packages using Eagle

  • Cube - 3D Rubik's Cube in Emacs