A Livesplit-inspired speedrunning split timer for terminal / command-line.
- Global hotkeys
🌈Animated rainbow best splits
- 24-bit terminal color
- Undo / delete split
- Pause / resume
- Splits and history stored in single human-editable file
- 60 FPS rendering with low CPU usage
- Robust time computations: float math is mostly avoided
Flitter has been tested on Linux, but in theory it should work on MacOS as well. Windows is not supported.
Flitter is mostly written in OCaml.
Install opam: opam install instructions
Set up opam and install OCaml dependencies:
$ opam init $ opam switch create 4.07.0 $ opam install dune core lwt re color sexp_pretty uutf lwt_ppx uuseg notty
Flitter uses a tiny amount of Python to provide global hotkeys.
Install pip for Python 3. For example, on Ubuntu / Debian:
$ sudo apt install python3-pip
Install Python package dependencies:
$ pip3 install --user pynput
$ git clone --recursive https://github.com/alexozer/flitter.git $ cd flitter $ dune build $ dune install
Create your splits:
examples/splits.scm somewhere. Edit it and add your game and split information. The personal best splits, world record splits, and gold segments are not required.
Launch Flitter with your splits file:
$ flitter my-splits.scm
Warning: Don't edit your splits file while Flitter is running, your changes will be overwritten.
Keybindings are all global hotkeys; they will work even when the terminal is not focused.
||Start / split / save and reset if run finished|
||Start / split|
||Delete last segment|
||Pause / reset (save run if finished and save golds)|
||Pause / delete run (don't save anything)|
||Quit (if not currently timing)|
Feel free to make an issue or a pull request!