UIP Is Pretty
UIP scrapes images from reddit and unsplash, and applies them as a wallpaper on your desktop(with configurable schedule). Works with Windows, Mac and Gtk based desktops on Linux.
Examples Of UIP Wallpapers
To install UIP, just run the command
sudo pip install UIP
For Testers & Developers:
First clone the source repository from github using the command
git clone https://github.com/NIT-dgp/UIP.git
To install the requirements run the command
sudo python3 setup.py install
Note: We only support Python 3.5 or later versions.
Note: make sure you have setuptools, to do that run: pip install setuptools.
Note: there is no sudo for windows as well as when you have root privileges. Just run commands without sudo
Note: some setups use python instead of python3 and pip3 instead of pip
Note: For some OS' you might need to install Imagetk(needed in our GUI) separately for eg: in Ubuntu you can install it by:
sudo apt-get install python3-pil.imagetk
To run just type
from anywhere inside the terminal/console.
If you want to try out our experimental GUI feature:
To install requirements for experimental GUI, run:
pip install -r gui-requirements.txt
For help use
How To Package
To package into source distribution, run the following command
python setup.py sdist
How to test? (this installs UIP to your library)
cd dist/ tar xzf UIP-<version-no>.tar.gz cd UIP-<version-no>/ python setup.py install
How to run?
How To Contribute
UIP is in its very early development stage, you can go over the issues on the github issues page and send in a PR.
your commits in the PR should be of the form:
shortlog: commit message commit body Fixes <issue number>
where short log is the area/filename where you make the change commit message is the very brief description of the change made by you and any other additional details go into the commit body.
Note: If you're an absolute newcomer, these sources might help you out. Though keep in mind some of the standards are different.
While developing, to test, you should first install the test-requirements by running:
pip install -r test-requirements.txt
then test your work by the command:
If you want to lint your files you can run
and commit all changes suggested
Do remember to keep your master branch updated at all times and always work on a different branch.
Happy coding :)