Provided by: xautomation_1.02-1ubuntu1_i386
xautomation - control X from the command line, and find things on the
xautomation is a set of command lines programs to control X and do
"visual scraping" to find things on the screen. The control interface
allows mouse movement, clicking, button up/down, key up/down, etc, and
uses the XTest extension so you don’t have the annoying problems that
xse has when apps ignore sent events. The visgrep program find images
inside of images and reports the coordinates, allowing programs to find
buttons, etc, on the screen to click on.
xautomation consists in the following programs:
Converts an image file from PAT to PPM format.
Extract a part of a PNG image file.
Converts an image file from PNG to PAT format.
Converts an image file from 24-bit RGB to PAT format
Visual grep, greps for images in another image.
xte Generates fake input using the XTest extension.
For more information, please see the individual manpages of these
pat2ppm(1), patextract(1), png2pat(1), rgb2pat(1), visgrep(1), xte(1).
xautomation was written by Steve Slaven <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This manual page was written by Aurelien Jarno <email@example.com>,
for the Debian project (but may be used by others).
August 08, 2005 XAUTOMATION(7)