Term::ANSIScreen - Terminal control using ANSI escape sequences River stage one • 4 direct dependents • 6 total dependents

Term::ANSIScreen is a superset of Term::ANSIColor (as of version 1.04 of that module). In addition to color-sequence generating subroutines exported by ":color" and ":constants", this module also features ":cursor" for cursor positioning, ":screen" f...

AUDREYT/Term-ANSIScreen-1.50 - 08 Jan 2012 18:12:39 GMT

Term::Report - Easy way to create dynamic 'reports' from within scripts. River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

Term::Report can be used to generate nicely formatted dynamic output. It can also use Term::StatusBar to show progress and Number::Format so numbers show up more readable. All output is sent to STDOUT by default. The current release may not be compat...

SHAYH/Term-Report-1.18 - 11 Aug 2003 14:20:40 GMT

Term::WinConsole - Perl extension for text based windows management. River stage zero No dependents

First of all, WinConsole uses ANSI sequences so don't expect to use it if your terminal is not ANSI/VT100 compliant. WinConsole uses a backbuffer to build your screens. This means that all printing operations are invisible to the user until the next ...

JMVILOMET/Term-WinConsole-0.02 - 16 Jul 2002 13:17:36 GMT

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