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Convert AutoIT script to Dogtail for Ubuntu

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SIone

Hi Folks,

Does anyone have any pointers on how to convert scripts for AutoIt into the Python based Dogtail script recorder for Ubuntu?

Any help gratefully recieved,

Thanks,

SIone


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jokke

I suggest you look at perl witch is supported inn linux. And is very similar to AutoIt.


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DaveF

You can try to maintain the general structure or program flow, and the same concepts for targets on your GUI for conditional tests and for manipulation, but I think that your translation is going to break down at any finer level than that; the APIs and the tools for working with them are just too different.


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