Term::Getch - A simple alternate ReadKey()-like interface for MSWin32 River stage zero No dependents

This module is for all those Win32 users who can't get Term::ReadKey to work with ActiveState's Perl. I don't know if anybody else can, or can't get it to work, but I know I had a heck of a time today trying to get Term::ReadKey to work. So, finally,...

JBRYAN/Term-Getch-0.20 - 16 Sep 2000 02:17:57 UTC

Term::Screen - A Simple all perl Term::Cap based screen positioning module River stage one • 5 direct dependents • 5 total dependents

Term::Screen is a very simple screen positioning module that should work wherever "Term::Cap" does. It is set up for Unix using stty's but these dependences are isolated by evals in the "new" constructor. Thus you may create a child module implementi...

JSTOWE/Term-Screen-1.06 - 04 Dec 2016 20:14:49 UTC

Term::Sample - Finger printing of your keyboard typing River stage zero No dependents

Term::Sample implements simple typing analysis to find the "personality" in your typing. It uses Timer::HiRes and Win32::Console for best results. If it is not run on a Win32 system, it defaults to Term::ReadKey instead of Win32::Console. I'm not sur...

JBRYAN/Term-Sample-0.25 - 17 Sep 2000 03:12:58 UTC

Term::Animation - ASCII sprite animation framework River stage zero No dependents

This module provides a framework to produce sprite animations using ASCII art. Each ASCII 'sprite' is given one or more frames, and placed into the animation as an 'animation object'. An animation object can have a callback routine that controls the ...

KBAUCOM/Term-Animation-2.6 - 29 Mar 2011 23:50:30 UTC

Term::ScreenColor - Term::Screen based screen positioning and coloring module River stage zero No dependents

Term::ScreenColor adds ANSI coloring support, along with a few other useful methods, to those provided in Term::Screen....

RUITTENB/Term-ScreenColor-1.20 - 04 Oct 2010 23:07:56 UTC

Term::Screen::ReadLine - Term::Screen extended with ReadLine River stage zero No dependents

This module extends Term::Screen with a readline() function. It also makes it possible to use a *single* Esc to escape instead of the Term::Screen double Esc....

OESTERHOL/Term-Screen-ReadLine-0.38 - 27 Aug 2013 13:52:23 UTC

Term::ReadPassword::Win32 - Asking the user for a password (for Win32) River stage zero No dependents

This module lets you ask the user for a password from the keyboard just as Term::ReadPassword. Using Term::ReadPassword is a good way to make password prompts, but it doesn't work with ActivePerl under Windows. So I wrote this module. You can use thi...

SZABGAB/Term-ReadPassword-Win32-0.05 - 26 Aug 2014 06:58:24 UTC
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