App::termpub - Epubreader for the terminal
termpub aims to be a full features epub reader for the terminal. It supports internal and external links, skips the front matter and will display images with an external viewer. Your reading position will be saved and restored.
Many text movement commands are compatible with less(1).
- h, ?
Display help screen.
Go to the next chapter.
Go to the previous chapter.
Jump to the table of contents.
Followed by any lowercase letter, marks the current position with that letter.
Followed by any lowercase letter, returns to the position which was previously marked with that letter. Followed by another single quote, returns to the position at which the last "large" movement command was executed.
- [num] %
Go to a line N percent into the chapter.
- [num] g
Go to line num in the chapter, defaults to 1.
- [num] G
Go to line num in the chapter, default to the end of the chapter.
- [num] o
Open link num. termpub calls xdg-open with the url as first argument if the link references an external ressource.
Cancel numeric prefix num argument.
- KEY_DOWN, j
Scroll one line down.
- KEY_UP, k
Scroll one line up.
- KEY_NPAGE, SPACE
Scroll forward one window.
- KEY_PPAGE, KEY_BACKSPACE
Scroll backward one window.
Go to the beginning of the current chapter.
Go to the ned of the current chapter.
Go back or forward in the chapter history.
If you have cpanminus installed, you can simply install this program by calling
$ cpanm .
Otherwise you can build a standalone script with
and copy the generated script termpub somewhere in your path. In this case you need to installed the dependencies yourself. Termpub depends on the perl modules Mojolicious, Curses and Archive::Zip. On Debian the following command will install these packages.
$ apt-get install libmojolicious-perl libcurses-perl libarchive-zip-perl
Copyright 2019 Mario Domgoergen
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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