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[Xnee-devel] Re: [Bug-xnee] Re: XNEE problems / Questions

From: Henrik Sandklef
Subject: [Xnee-devel] Re: [Bug-xnee] Re: XNEE problems / Questions
Date: Tue, 26 May 2009 18:22:48 +0200
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This didn't work (i heard ).

Will look into the problemos asap. The bug we found is gone, so we're now facing a new one. If that's better or worse I don't know......


Burke, James wrote:
Thanks! I'll give it a shot this week for sure.


-----Original Message-----
From: Henrik Sandklef [mailto:address@hidden Sent: Monday, April 20, 2009 5:01 AM
To: Burke, James
Subject: Re: [Bug-xnee] Re: XNEE problems / Questions


 i've missed this email. It's fixed. Found some spare hours. The
solution was trivial, finding the bug was painful ;)

/hesa - in preps for 3.03

Burke, James wrote:
Hi Henrik - Any update on the synchronization problems?
Do you think it would be possible to capture the necessary events during a 30 
minute automated benchmark run that would allow for synchronization and 
subsequent replay?


-----Original Message-----
From: Henrik Sandklef [mailto:address@hidden Sent: Tuesday, February 24, 2009 6:39 PM
To: Burke, James
Subject: Re: [Bug-xnee] Re: XNEE problems / Questions

Burke, James wrote:
Henrik - Thank you. I'm just coming aboard to the open source train.
I prefer the term Free Software :)

I'll dig into CVS but if you can provide a link, it would be much appreciated.
Here are a link to nightly tar balls:


With these, you don't need to start by downloading from CVS. The tar balls above are like "normal" releases, but from CVS HEAD.

I still have problems with synchronization. Part of my requirement is to be 
able to run the same recorded mouse/keyboard events at different processor 
speeds. I still have a few things to try.
I am still in thinking mode for that bug


-----Original Message-----
From: Henrik Sandklef [mailto:address@hidden Sent: Monday, February 23, 2009 4:57 PM
To: Burke, James
Cc: address@hidden
Subject: Re: [Bug-xnee] Re: XNEE problems / Questions

This is now solved in CVS head.

A script now can look like this:


.  /opt/xnee/latest/share/xnee/xnee.sh

xnee_fake_key l
xnee_fake_key s
xnee_fake_key Return

xnee_fake_key p
xnee_fake_key s
xnee_fake_key XK_space
xnee_fake_key a
xnee_fake_key u
xnee_fake_key x
xnee_fake_key w
xnee_fake_key Return

Henrik Sandklef wrote:
Burke, James wrote:

Shell problem:
I followed the example in section "5.8 Shell scripts using Xnee" of the xnee manual. Part of that example included xnee_fake_key calls:
                Xnee_fake_key l
                Xnee_fake_key s
                Xnee_fake_key XK_Return
Try "Return" (and not XK_Return)  ......

Does it work, then one of us has made a woops in the docs.

JB - No, Return did not fix the problem.
Strange, works here.

When I run the script, only the "l" gets outputted - the "s" and the return do not. I found that if I insert a "xnee_init_file" right before each "xnee_fake_key" call, it works.
The example and the bash file you're sourcing states you must call the init function.

JB - I do call "xnee_init_file" at the start of the script:
JB -         #!/bin/bash
JB -         . ~/jpburke/xnee_code/xnee-3.02/share/xnee.sh
JB -
JB -        xnee_init_file
JB -        sleep 1
JB -         xnee_fake_key l
JB -         xnee_fake_key s
JB -         xnee_fake_key Return
JB -         sleep 1
JB -         xnee_close_down
JB - JB - As executed above, I only get the "l" output. If I insert an xnee_init_file JB - call before each xnee_fake_key call then it works as intended - "ls" and JB - return is typed in my xterm and a listing of files in the current directory JB - is displayed.
odd ..... yet crappy

Will have a look ... but after the other bug is fixed.

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