[Melbourne-pm] Presentation tool that simulates typing on a tty...

Alfie John alfiejohn at gmail.com
Tue Apr 19 16:02:48 PDT 2011

Hey Daniel,

Your Googlefu might fail you, but your CPANfu shouldn't:


I think you're after IO::Prompt.


On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 8:55 AM, Daniel Pittman <daniel at rimspace.net> wrote:

> So, approximately forever ago I saw a presentation given by Damian, in
> which he used some presentation thingy that ran in a regular TTY and
> simulated typing input and obtaining output – typos included for free,
> but without the risk of actually typing yourself during a
> presentation.  (IIRC, it actually waited for a keypress to simulate
> each bit of the output, for extra verisimilitude.)
> Which now, three or four years later, would actually be really useful
> to me.  So, I hope that someone here can point me at it; Google fails
> me.
> Thanks,
>    Daniel
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