[Thamesvalley-pm] Equivalent to Term::ReadKey

Greg Matthews gmatt at nerc.ac.uk
Fri Jun 27 07:15:02 PDT 2008

Mark Robson wrote:
> You could shell out to "stty -echo"  and "stty echo" to disable and
> enable echo.

the original version of this script used that technique (designed to 
work with 5.005)

> Or you could install Term::ReadKey from an RPM that you build yourself
> (building RPMs of perl modules isn't that difficult, rpmforge has
> many .spec files pre-build)

yup... been thinking for a while that we ought to have a corporate rpm 
repo. Think I'll try this route.



> Depends how your deployment process works and how many different distros
> you need to support.
> Mark
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