PIL is dead; long live Pillow
The Python Imaging Library has been dead for years, and cannot be installed via pip. There is a supported fork called Pillow which adds Python 3 support and such, but a single trivial API change breaks compatibility.
In general the change is from `import Image` to `from PIL import Image`. Affected files are `actions/real_sprite.py`, `ast/alt_sprites.py` and `main.py`. Other than that, Pillow has made no architectural changes at all, and NML works perfectly with the new dependency.
#2 Updated by ThomasWinwood over 4 years ago
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Ah, I see the problem. I installed NML through PyPI, which hasn't been updated since 2012 - well before revisions 013ceeaee4d1 and ab7e104b7811 added Pillow support. I didn't check the repository before reporting the bug, because I assumed PyPI had the latest available stable version.
I guess I'm asking for more regular updates pushed to PyPI, since it's rather severely outdated as is - PyPI is how Python users expect to install tools like NML.