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Chris Forbes is maintaining the C# bindings.

using libravatarsharp;
var uri = AvatarUri.FromEmail( "" );

(!) The library does not support federation.


The Libravatar library is maintained by fr33domlover and is available on hackage.

import Network.Libravatar
myUrl = avatarUrl (Right "") True Nothing (Just 100)


There is a Libravatar node.js module that can be used in the following way:

var libravatar = require('libravatar');
libravatar.url(email='', openid=null, { size: 96, default: 'mm' }, https=false,
  function (error, avatar_url) {
    console.log('<img src="' + avatar_url + '">');

You can also use the ember-cli module.


The Libravatar::URL module is part of the Gravatar::URL package (libgravatar-url-perl in Debian and Ubuntu) since version 1.03.

use Libravatar::URL;
my $avatar_url = libravatar_url(email => '');
print '<img src="' . $avatar_url . '">';

As of version 1.04, you can also use OpenID URLs instead of email addresses:

my $avatar_url = libravatar_url(openid => '');


Melissa Draper maintains the Services_Libravatar PEAR package. Here's an example of how it works:

require_once 'Services/Libravatar.php';
$libravatar = new Services_Libravatar();
$avatar_url = $libravatar->getUrl('');
print '<img src="' . htmlspecialchars($avatar_url) . '" alt="avatar"/>';

or like this for OpenID-based avatars served over HTTPS:

$avatar_url = $libravatar->getUrl('', array('https' => true));


The pyLibravatar module can be used like this:

from libravatar import libravatar_url
avatar_url = libravatar_url(email = '')
print '<img src="' + avatar_url + '">'


The source code for Rawatar can be found on


Kang-min Liu has created a Libravatar Ruby gem.

require 'libravatar'
avatar_url = => '')
print '<img src="', avatar_url, '">'

You can also use :openid => '' instead of providing an email address.


The txLibravatar module can be used like this:

from txlibravatar import libravatar_url
d = libravatar_url(email = '')
d.addCallback(lambda x: print '<img src="' + x + '">')


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