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README.md

Shelr -- tool for terminal screencasting.

Build Status

shelr allows you to record/replay and publish your terminal on http://shelr.tv. Code for Shelr.tv service is also available on github.

Installation

From gem

You'll need ruby and rubygems installed.

[sudo] gem install shelr

On ubuntu older than precise or debian older than wheezy you should also add following to your .bashrc or .zshrc

export PATH=/var/lib/gems/1.8/bin:$PATH

Watch asciicast for details :)

From packages

Watching other's records in your terminal

shelr play http://shelr.tv/records/4f4ca2a43cd1090001000002.json

You can watch them online at http://shelr.tv/

Recording your terminal

shelr record

Recording started. Do what you whant to record... To finish recording type 'exit' or just Ctrl+D.

Publishing your record

shelr push last

When you have some asciicasts at your machine you can pick one:

shelr list
<select id of your record>
shelr push <ID>

There is alias for last record:

If you want private record, provide --private switch:

shelr push last --private

Such record will be accessible by secret URL with access_key.

Dependencies

Linux/Hurd

You need script tool from linux-utils. It's already installed if You use Linux. Note that old school BSD script will not work.

BSD/OSX

Unfortunally BSD and OSX ship old script wich lack timing support. If You use this systems - install ttyrec via ports macprots or homebrew and setup it as recording backend.

 brew install ttyrec      # OSX
 sudo port install ttyrec # BSD / OSX
 shelr backend ttyrec     # BSD / OSX

Copyright

(Э) 2010, 2011, 2012 Antono Vasiljev and contributors.

See LICENSE.txt for details.

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