Provided by: shelr_0.16.3-2_all
shelr - screencasting for shell ninjas
Shelr records terminal output and can replay it. Also you can shere Your records at http://shelr.tv/ or other services.
shelr command [id]
record Will record your terminal unless you type exit or Ctrl+D and store it to $HOME/.local/share/shelr/ If you want sound recording pass --sound option. You should have sox installed. list lists all your shellcasts. play plays local or remote shellcast. push publish your shellcast dump dump shellcast as json to current directory.
Record your shellcast: $ shelr record $ # do something ... $ exit List recorded shellcasts: $ shelr list Play local shellcast: $ shelr play 1293702847 # play your own local record $ shelr play record.json # created with shelr dump $ shelr play last # will play most recent local record Play remote shellcast: $ shelr play http://shelr.tv/records/4d1f7c3890820d6144000002.json Publish your shellcast: $ shelr push 1293702847 $ shelr push last # will push most recent local record Setup recording backend: $ shelr backend script $ shelr backend ttyrec
(C) 2010, 2011, 2012 Antono Vasiljev firstname.lastname@example.org Licensed under GPLv3+
script(1), scriptreplay(1), ttyrec(1), ttyplay(1) June 2012 SHELR(1)