Tie::Handle::TtyRec - write a ttyrec
use Tie::Handle::TtyRec; my $handle = Tie::Handle::TtyRec->new("foo.ttyrec"); print $handle "hello", "world";
A ttyrec is a format used for recording terminal sessions. Notably, practically all NetHack games are recorded using ttyrecs. ttyrecs include precise timing data and can be a little fiddly. This module lets you focus on your application, instead of making sure your ttyrec headers are perfect.
The usual way to use this module is through its
new interface. It will clobber the file you decide to record to, unless you pass
append => 1 as additional arguments to
Each argument to print will be put into its own ttyrec frame, using the current time. So, the following will create three separate frames,
print $handle "foo", "bar", "baz";
The following will create only one frame,
print $handle "foo" . "bar" . "baz";
Shawn M Moore,
COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
Copyright 2007-2012 Shawn M Moore.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.