Simple typing tutor
git clone git://git.alexkarle.com/typist.git
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commit 2e3fb9894edade72342ca68073b0c021b9e5afa2 (patch)
parent 0decc56ccae44332966b70594a93d145f42d304e
Author: Alex Karle <alex@alexkarle.com>
Date:   Mon, 11 Jan 2021 22:23:42 -0500

Update README to reflect that it works!

The old README had a lot of "when implemented" and "will..." language.
This patch updates it to reflect what is actually done (and the fact
that the MVP is totally workable!)

MREADME | 14++++++--------
1 file changed, 6 insertions(+), 8 deletions(-)

diff --git a/README b/README @@ -3,16 +3,14 @@ typist Simple typing tutor. Key idea: you will type more of what you've already typed. Why not -practice off of what you already know? +practice off of what you've already written? -typist (once implemented) will take existing files as arguments, -reduce them to typeable lines, and then time how long it takes to -get it right (and how many tries). It will store stats per line in -its own database, and present stats / repeat failed items. +typist takes existing files as arguments, reduces them to typeable lines +and then times how long it takes to get it right (and how many tries). -Current State -------------- -I've whipped up the basics. Give it a whirl! +Examples +-------- +I've implemented the basics. Give it a whirl! # practice some Perl $ typist typist # type some Perl