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Show Coderwall: Termnote, Keynotes in your Terminal

Website: https://krainboltgreene.github.com/termnote
Github: https://github.com/krainboltgreene/termnote

TermNote is a program that allows you to write presentations either in Ruby:

require 'termnote'

include TermNote

show.add chapter title: "Hello, World"
show.add code language: "Ruby", source: <<-SOURCE
  puts "Hello, world!"
SOURCE
show.start

Or via a .yaml file:

---
type: chapter
title: Hello, World
subtitle: By Kurtis
---
type: code
source: |
  puts "Hello, world!"

and then with the termnote binary:

$ termnote someshow.yml

Here's an example of the slides in use:

Chapter
Text
List
Code

You can then use j or k to navigate through the slides.

Installation

Install it yourself via:

$ gem install termnote

Usage

Usage is pretty simple, there are 4 types of slides:

  • Chapter, a single title [optional: and subtitle]
  • Text, a blob of text called content [optional: and title]
  • List, a list of items [optional: and title]
  • Code, a syntax highlighted blob called source

You can change the way things are printed out by overriding the classes for
your specific presentation, but only if you do things programatically.