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NAME

       Term::Filter - Run an interactive terminal session, filtering the input and output

VERSION

       version 0.03

SYNOPSIS

         package My::Term::Filter;
         use Moose;
         with 'Term::Filter';

         sub munge_input {
             my $self = shift;
             my ($got) = @_;
             $got =~ s/\ce/E-  Elbereth\n/g;
             $got;
         }

         sub munge_output {
             my $self = shift;
             my ($got) = @_;
             $got =~ s/(Elbereth)/\e[35m$1\e[m/g;
             $got;
         }

         My::Term::Filter->new->run('nethack');

DESCRIPTION

       This module is a Moose role which implements running a program in a pty while being able
       to filter the data that goes into and out of it. This can be used to alter the inputs and
       outputs of a terminal based program (as in the "SYNOPSIS"), or to intercept the data going
       in or out to record it or rebroadcast it (App::Ttyrec or App::Termcast, for instance).

       This role is intended to be consumed by a class which implements its callbacks as methods;
       for a simpler callback-based API, you may want to use Term::Filter::Callback instead.

ATTRIBUTES

   input
       The input filehandle to attach to the pty's input. Defaults to STDIN.

   output
       The output filehandle to attach the pty's output to. Defaults to STDOUT.

   pty
       The IO::Pty::Easy object that the subprocess will be run under. Defaults to a newly
       created instance.

METHODS

   input_handles
       Returns the filehandles which will be monitored for reading. This list defaults to "input"
       and "pty".

   add_input_handle($fh)
       Add an input handle to monitor for reading. After calling this method, the "read" callback
       will be called with $fh as an argument whenever data is available to be read from $fh.

   remove_input_handle($fh)
       Remove $fh from the list of input handles being watched for reading.

   run(@cmd)
       Run the command specified by @cmd, as though via "system". The callbacks that have been
       defined will be called at the appropriate times, to allow for manipulating the data that
       is sent or received.

CALLBACKS

       The following methods may be defined to interact with the subprocess:

       setup
           Called when the process has just been started. The parameters to "run" are passed to
           this callback.

       cleanup
           Called when the process terminates. Will not be called if "setup" is never run (for
           instance, if the process fails to start).

       munge_input
           Called whenever there is new data coming from the "input" handle, before it is passed
           to the pty. Must return the data to send to the pty (and the default implementation
           does this), but can do other things with the data as well.

       munge_output
           Called whenever the process running on the pty has produced new data, before it is
           passed to the "output" handle. Must return the data to send to the "output" handle
           (and the default implementation does this), but can do other things with the data as
           well.

       read
           Called when a filehandle other than "input" or "pty" has data available (so will never
           be called unless you call "add_input_handle" to register your handle with the event
           loop). Receives the handle with data available as its only argument.

       read_error
           Called when an exception state is detected in any handle in "input_handles" (including
           the default ones). Receives the handle with the exception state as its only argument.

       winch
           Called whenever the parent process receives a "SIGWINCH" signal, after it propagates
           that signal to the subprocess. "SIGWINCH" is sent to a process running on a terminal
           whenever the dimensions of that terminal change. This callback can be used to update
           any other handles watching the subprocess about the new terminal size.

BUGS

       No known bugs.

       Please report any bugs through RT: email "bug-term-filter at rt.cpan.org", or browse to
       <http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/ReportBug.html?Queue=Term-Filter>.

SEE ALSO

       IO::Pty::Easy

       App::Termcast

       App::Ttyrec

SUPPORT

       You can find this documentation for this module with the perldoc command.

           perldoc Term::Filter

       You can also look for information at:

       ·   AnnoCPAN: Annotated CPAN documentation

           <http://annocpan.org/dist/Term-Filter>

       ·   CPAN Ratings

           <http://cpanratings.perl.org/d/Term-Filter>

       ·   RT: CPAN's request tracker

           <http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/Bugs.html?Dist=Term-Filter>

       ·   Search CPAN

           <http://search.cpan.org/dist/Term-Filter>

AUTHOR

       Jesse Luehrs <doy at tozt dot net>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

       This software is copyright (c) 2012 by Jesse Luehrs.

       This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as
       the Perl 5 programming language system itself.