Term::VT102::Boundless - A Term::VT102 that grows automatically to accomodate whatever you print to it.
use Term::VT102::Boundless; my $t = Term::VT102::Boundless->new( # you can optionally specify minimal dimensions cols => 80, rows => 24, ); $t->process($_) for @text; warn "screen dimensions are " . $t->cols . "x" . $t->rows;
This is a subclass of Term::VT102 that will grow the virtual screen to accomodate arbitrary width and height of text.
The behavior is more similar to the buffer of a scrolling terminal emulator than to a real terminal, making it useful for output displays in scrolling media.
Overrides "new" in Term::VT102, providing default
rows values of
1 (instead of
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Copyright (c) 2007 Yuval Kogman. All rights reserved This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the MIT license or the same terms as Perl itself.