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Add support for remote presentating. #9
This adds the optional switches '-p|--present' and '-s|--speaker'.
--speaker will act the same as tslide normally does, except it will also host a local HTTP server that another terminal can connect to using --present. All connections will see the same slides, except with blockquotes stripped -- this lets the speaker see notes on their terminal but not expose them to the viewers.
I was considering forking to add this, since it does expand the scope of the module a bit. All functionality is opt-in though, and no server is started unless
This is blocked on substack/node-charm#28 getting merged, since I'm piping different charm instances locally vs to each viewer.