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Project description

auto_everything

Linux(mainly ubuntu) automation

Installation

sudo pip3 install auto_everything

or

wget https://github.com/yingshaoxo/auto_everything/raw/master/env_setup.sh
sudo bash env_setup.sh

Magic

wget https://github.com/yingshaoxo/auto_everything/raw/master/demo/install_YouCompleteMe.py
python3 install_YouCompleteMe.py

Get involved

You know, one man's work is kind of boring, so if you have any better way to implement some function, feel free to pull a request.

Basic API

Import

from auto_everything.base import Terminal
t = Terminal()

Run a command & get reply

reply = t.run_command('uname -a')
print(reply)

Run commands & wait until it was finished

commands = """
sudo apt update
uname -a
"""
t.run(commands, wait=True)

Run a program

t.run_program('firefox')

Run a python script

t.run_py('your_file.py')

Run a bash script

t.run_sh('your_file.sh')

Detect if a program or script is running

status = t.is_running('terminal')
print(status)

Kill it

t.kill('terminal')

For simplify Python development

Import

from auto_everything.base import Python
py = Python()

Turn Python Class into a Command Line Program

py.fire(your_class_name)

Make it global executable:

py.make_it_global_runnable(executable_name="Tools")

Example

Let's assume you have a file named Tools.py:

from auto_everything.base import Python
py = Python()

class Tools():
    def hi(self):
        print("Hi, Python!")

py.fire(Tools)
py.make_it_global_runnable(executable_name="MyTools")

After the first running of this script by python3 Tools.py hi, you would be able to use MyTools to run this script at anywhere within your machine:

yingshaoxo@pop-os:~$ MyTools hi
Hi, Python!

Advanced API

Create(start) or Cancel(stop) a systemd serviece

from auto_everything.base import Super
s = Super(username="root")

s.service("service_name", "your_python_file_path")

System management

Get package list

from auto_everything.base import OS
os_ = OS()

python_packages = os_.list_python_packages()
lubuntu_packages = os_.list_packages()

print(python_packages)
print(lubuntu_packages)

Install or Uninstall a Python package

from auto_everything.base import OS
os_ = OS()

os_.install_python_package("any_package_name")
os_.uninstall_python_package("any_package_name")

Install or Uninstall a Lubuntu package

from auto_everything.base import OS
os_ = OS()

os_.install_package("any_package_name")
os_.uninstall_package("any_package_name")

Anothers

Web automation

from auto_everything.web import Selenium
from time import sleep

my_selenium = Selenium("https://www.google.com", headless=False)
d = my_selenium.driver

# get input box
xpath = '//*[@id="lst-ib"]'
element = my_selenium.wait_until_exists(xpath)[0]

# text inputing
element.send_keys('\b' * 20, "yingshaoxo")

# click search button
element = my_selenium.wait_until_exists('//input[@value="Google Search"]')[0]
element.click() # d.execute_script("arguments[0].click();", element)

# exit
sleep(30)
d.quit()

Simpler IO

from auto_everything.base import IO
io = IO()

io.write("hi.txt", "Hello, world!")
print(io.read("hi.txt"))

io.append("hi.txt", "\n\nI'm yingshaoxo.")
print(io.read("hi.txt"))

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