Vroom::Vroom is a Perl module that offers slide shows in Vim.
> mkdir MySlides # Make a Directory for Your Slides
> cd MySlides # Go In There
> vim slides.vroom # Write Some Slides
> vroom --vroom # Show Your Slides
Ever given a Slide Show and needed to switch over to the shell?
Now you don't ever have to switch again. You're already there.
The slides are named in alpha order. That means you can bring them all into a Vim session with the command: vim 0*. vroom --vroom does exactly that.
Vroom creates a file called ./.vimrc with helpful key mappings for navigating a slideshow. See "KEY MAPPINGS" below.
Please note that you will need the following line in your $HOME/.vimrc file in order to pick up the local .vimrc file.
Vroom takes advantage of Vim's syntax highlighting. It also lets you run slides that contain code.
Since Vim is an editor, you can change your slides during the show.