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App::Cleo - Play back shell commands for live demonstrations
my $cleo = App::Cleo->new(%options);
App::Cleo is the back-end for the cleo utility. Please see the cleo
documentation for details on how to use this.
The constructor accepts arguments as key-value pairs. The following keys are
Number of milliseconds to wait before displaying each character of the command.
The default is "25_000".
String to use for the artificial prompt. The token %d will be substituted
with the number of the current command. The default is "(%d)$".
Path to the shell command that will be used to run the commands. Defaults to
either the "SHELL" environment variable or "/bin/bash".
- run( $commands )
Starts playback of commands. If the argument is a string, it will be treated
as a file name and commands will be read from the file. If the argument is a
scalar reference, it will be treated as a string of commands separated by
newlines. If the argument is an array reference, then each element of the
array will be treated as a command.
Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer <firstname.lastname@example.org
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