Gotta Go Fast
A command line utility for practicing typing and measuring your WPM and accuracy. Written with brick.
$ cabal install gotta-go-fast
$ git clone https://github.com/callum-oakley/gotta-go-fast $ cd gotta-go-fast $ stack install
If you’re on macOS, you can also grab an executable from releases.
gotta-go-fast the name of a file, and it will extract a random 20 line
section for you to type – or the whole thing if the file is short enough.
You’ll get a WPM and accuracy report after typing through the whole sample
with no errors (use backspace to go back and make corrections).
$ gotta-go-fast README.md
Errors are highlighted in red.
gotta-go-fast more than one file, and it will choose one at random.
$ gotta-go-fast src/*
The maximum number of lines to sample, and the width at which to wrap them, can
be changed by setting
The colour for untyped text and the colour for errors can be changed by setting
--fg-error to the appropriate ISOColor
If you are greeted with a blank screen, you should try changing
gotta-go-fast --help for details.