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Term::VT102 - a class to emulate a DEC VT102 terminal ++

The VT102 class provides emulation of most of the functions of a DEC VT102 terminal. Once initialised, data passed to a VT102 object is processed and the in-memory "screen" modified accordingly. This "screen" can be interrogated by the external progr...

AJWOOD/Term-VT102-0.91 - 09 Nov 2008 21:26:03 GMT - Search in distribution

Term::VT102::ZeroBased - Term::VT102 but with zero-based indices ++

Term::VT102, a module for terminal emulation, uses 1-based indices for screen positions. I find this annoying. So this is a simple wrapper around Term::VT102 that converts 1-based indices to 0-based indices. Why, in particular, would you want this? E...

SARTAK/Term-VT102-ZeroBased-1.02 - 05 Jun 2009 04:23:47 GMT - Search in distribution

Term::VT102::Incremental - get VT updates in increments ++

Term::VT102::Incremental is a thin wrapper around Term::VT102 with a few internal differences. This module takes the exact same arguments in the constructor as Term::VT102, but has one extra method: "get_increment". ATTRIBUTES vt Intermal Term::VT102...

JASONMAY/Term-VT102-Incremental-0.05 - 04 Jun 2011 21:11:18 GMT - Search in distribution

Term::VT102::Boundless - A Term::VT102 that grows automatically to accomodate whatever you print to it. ++

This is a subclass of Term::VT102 that will grow the virtual screen to accomodate arbitrary width and height of text. The behavior is more similar to the buffer of a scrolling terminal emulator than to a real terminal, making it useful for output dis...

NUFFIN/Term-VT102-Boundless-0.04 - 11 Oct 2010 09:14:20 GMT - Search in distribution

NetHack::Menu - parse and interact with a NetHack menu ++

NetHack requires a lot of menu management. This module aims to alleviate the difficulty of parsing and interacting with menus. This module is meant to be as general and flexible as possible. You just give it a Term::VT102 object, send the commands it...

SARTAK/NetHack-Menu-0.08 - 08 Jul 2013 22:46:58 GMT - Search in distribution

HTML::FromANSI - Mark up ANSI sequences as HTML 2 ++

This small module converts ANSI text sequences to corresponding HTML codes, using stylesheets to control color and blinking properties. It exports "ansi2html()" by default, which takes an array, joins it it into a single scalar, and returns its HTML ...

NUFFIN/HTML-FromANSI-2.03   (1 review) - 20 Sep 2007 00:25:19 GMT - Search in distribution

App::Textcast - Light weight text casting ++

What's a textcast? It's a screencast of a terminal session. The idea is to record the terminal session and replay it in another terminal without loosing resolution, as screencasts do, nor using much disk space due to conversion from text to video. Th...

NKH/App-Textcast-0.06.15 - 03 Mar 2010 14:02:11 GMT - Search in distribution

MooseX::NonMoose - easy subclassing of non-Moose classes 11 ++

"MooseX::NonMoose" allows for easily subclassing non-Moose classes with Moose, taking care of the annoying details connected with doing this, such as setting up proper inheritance from Moose::Object and installing (and inlining, at "make_immutable" t...

DOY/MooseX-NonMoose-0.26   (1 review) - 25 Feb 2014 23:17:57 GMT - Search in distribution

HTML::FromANSI::Tiny - Easily convert colored command line output to HTML 2 ++

Convert the output from a terminal command that is decorated with ANSI escape sequences into customizable HTML (with a small amount of code). This module complements Parse::ANSIColor::Tiny by providing a simple HTML markup around its output. Parse::A...

RWSTAUNER/HTML-FromANSI-Tiny-0.103 - 16 Mar 2014 01:57:52 GMT - Search in distribution

Parse::ANSIColor::Tiny - Determine attributes of ANSI-Colored string 1 ++

Parse a string colored with ANSI escape sequences into a structure suitable for reformatting (into HTML, for example). The output of terminal commands can be marked up with colors and formatting that in some instances you'd like to preserve. This mod...

RWSTAUNER/Parse-ANSIColor-Tiny-0.501 - 16 Mar 2014 01:29:24 GMT - Search in distribution

Class::Method::Modifiers - provides Moose-like method modifiers 15 ++

Method modifiers are a convenient feature from the CLOS (Common Lisp Object System) world. In its most basic form, a method modifier is just a method that calls "$self->SUPER::foo(@_)". I for one have trouble remembering that exact invocation, so my ...

ETHER/Class-Method-Modifiers-2.10 - 04 Mar 2014 19:05:31 GMT - Search in distribution

lib/Momo.pm 3 ++

Why I want to write this module? If you heard about Moose or Moo,you know they are pretty module for perl object-oriented program. Compare with old style of perl5 object-oriented program: package Foo; BEGIN{ push @ISA,"Some::SuperClass"; } # or use b...

TOMORROW/Momo-1.2 - 29 Mar 2014 04:33:25 GMT - Search in distribution




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