Python 3 port of AutoKey. (deprecated, use 'autokey')
New features have since been added to AutoKey-Py3 after the initial porting. Read this for details.
There are two GUIs for AutoKey-Py3, GTK and QT, and they have different dependencies. If you use the GTK GUI, there is no need to install dependencies for the QT GUI and vice versa.
The “–user” option for pip may be removed if you intend to do a system-wide install. You can also add the “-e” option to pip to install in editable mode. “Editable” installs currently works only with the GTK GUI.
# common dependencies apt-get install python3-pyinotify wmctrl xautomation imagemagick # dependencies for GTK GUI, install only if you intend to use the GTK GUI. apt-get install python3-gi gir1.2-gtk-3.0 gir1.2-gtksource-3.0 gir1.2-glib-2.0 gir1.2-notify-0.7 python3-dbus zenity # dependencies for QT GUI, install only if you intend to use the QT GUI. apt-get install python3-pykde4 python3-pyqt4.qsci python3-dbus.mainloop.qt kde-baseapps-bin # execute as non root pip3 install --user python3-xlib # install AutoKey-Py3 from PyPI or … pip3 install --user autokey-py3 # get the development version from GitHub pip3 install --user git+https://github.com/guoci/autokey-py3
Available in AUR.
To install from PyPI:
pacman -S --needed wmctrl hicolor-icon-theme python-dbus python-pyinotify zenity xautomation imagemagick xorg-xwd # dependencies for GTK GUI, install only if you intend to use the GTK GUI. pacman -S --needed python-gobject gtksourceview3 libnotify # dependencies for QT GUI, install only if you intend to use the QT GUI. pacman -S --needed python-qscintilla kdebindings-python # execute as non root pip3 install --user python3-xlib # install AutoKey-Py3 from PyPI or … pip3 install --user autokey-py3 # get the development version from GitHub pip3 install --user git+https://github.com/guoci/autokey-py3
# make sure that autokey is in your search path. PATH="$HOME/.local/bin/:$PATH" # if installed with the --user option autokey-gtk # to start with the GTK3 GUI *OR* autokey-qt # to start with the QT4 GUI
Changes were made to source code to keep the scripting API stable. system.exec_command() returns a string. But if you use functions from the standard library you will have to fix that, as your script runs on a Python 3 interpreter. For example, expect subprocess.check_output() to return a bytes object.
2to3 can be used to do an automatic transformation of source code.
- Some guides on porting code to Python 3:
Bug reports and Pull Requests are welcomed. Please use the GitHub Issue Tracker for bug reports.
Logging information can be obtained by starting the launcher with the “-l” option.
autokey-gtk -l # or autokey-qt -l
GNU GPL v3.