From: Dom Lachowicz (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Jun 23 2003 - 15:20:11 EDT
> Just to make sure I didn't mislead you, recording
> keystrokes is not the
> essential thing, I just used it as an example of the
> kind of thing I need to
> do. That is, create a script in AbiWord that
> performs functions (search and
> replace, etc., ...) just like I could if I was at
> the keyboard.
You can sort-of do this via the 'AbiCommand' plugin,
especially if you could make it load a "session" from
disk or some standard file (STDIN). This would involve
some knowledge of C++ and AbiWord to get working.
You can't do this with Python currently.
You could maybe hack together something like this
using the Perl plugin. It would involve knowing too
much about Perl and AbiWord for any sane person to
implement, especially since you'd most likely need to
implement many of the Perl bindings as you needed
> Anyway, guess I'll just have to wait until after
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