5 releases (3 stable)
|1.0.2||Jul 10, 2022|
|1.0.1||Jun 13, 2022|
|1.0.0||Jun 8, 2022|
|0.2.1||Jun 7, 2022|
|0.2.0||Jun 7, 2022|
#866 in Command line utilities
📚(f)low (s)tate (r)eading e(x)change – flow state reading in the terminal
Inspired by (but not affiliated with) Renato Casutt and his revolutionary work on Bionic Reading.
For detailed usage run
fsrx 1.0.2 Colby Thomas <email@example.com> 📚(f)low (s)tate (r)eading e(x)change flow state reading in the terminal USAGE: fsrx [OPTIONS] [PATH] ARGS: <PATH> path to file (or supply input via stdin) OPTIONS: -c, --contrast high contrast -f, --fixation <FIXATION> fixation intensity [default: m] [possible values: l, m, h] -h, --help Print help information -s, --saccade <SACCADE> saccade intensity [default: h] [possible values: l, m, h] -V, --version Print version information
$ echo "the quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog" | fsrx $ fsrx input.txt | less $ fmt -w60 input.txt | fsrx -c -fh -sl
$ cargo install fsrx
incoming @ homebrew-fsrx
fsrx via the AUR
fsrx from the official repositories
All contributions are greatly appreciated. Please keep in mind this project is meant to be as lightweight as possible, so not every idea will be considered.
If you have a suggestion that would make fsrx better, please fork the
repo and create a pull
request. You can also
simply open an issue and select
- Fork the repo
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b [your_username]/xyz)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -m 'add some xyz')
- Rebase off main (
git fetch --all && git rebase origin/main)
- Push to your branch (
git push origin [your_username]/xyz)
- Fill out pull request template
See the open issues for a full list of proposed features (and known issues).
Distributed under the MIT License. See LICENSE.md for more information.