tpp man page
TPP — Text Presentation Program
tpp <Options> <FILE>
Tpp stands for text presentation program and is an ncurses-based presentation tool. The presentation can be written with your favorite editor in a simple description format and then shown on any text terminal that is supported by ncurses - ranging from an old VT100 to the Linux framebuffer to an xterm.
It supports color, various output modes, sliding in text, command prompt, LaTeX conversion and more.
-h/--help display help
-l output.tex input.tpp converts tpp slides into tex
-x allow usage of "--exec"
-v/--version display version number
display next entry within page
- space, cursor-down, cursor-right
display next page
- b, cursor-up, cursor-left
display previous page
- q, Q
- j, J
jump directly to page
- s, S
jump to the start page
- e, E
jump to the last page
- c, C
start command line
The tpp presentation formats consists of normal text lines and special commands. Special commands are contained in lines that begin with "--" and the command name.
See /usr/share/doc/tpp/README for complete list of command names, and /usr/share/doc/tpp/examples for TPP presentation examples, including presentation slides that have been in real-life presentations.
Vim Syntax File
In /usr/share/doc/tpp/contrib you'll find a syntax file for the vim editor. See /usr/share/doc/tpp/README for installation instructions.
Tpp was written by Nico Golde <email@example.com> and Andreas Krennmair <firstname.lastname@example.org>