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Note

This project is no longer maintained. I recommend using this project instead: https://github.com/andreanastacio/rukuli

Sikuli Ruby

Sikuli allows you to interact with your application's user interface using image based search to automate user actions.

Requirements

Compatibility

It's recommended to use JRuby ~> 1.6.0 and run it in 1.9 mode to get unicode characters working as expected.

export JRUBY_OPTS=--1.9

On Windows or Linux make sure to set SIKULI_HOME to the Sikuli installation directory and to add the Sikuli installation directory and Sikuli libs directory to the include path.

export SIKULI_HOME="~/bin/Sikuli-X-1.0rc3/Sikuli-IDE/"
PATH="${PATH}:~/bin/Sikuli-X-1.0rc3/Sikuli-IDE/:~/bin/Sikuli-X-1.0rc3/Sikuli-IDE/libs/"

Installation

gem install sikuli

Usage

require 'java'
require 'sikuli'

Sikuli::Config.run do |config|
  config.image_path = "#{Dir.pwd}/images/"
  config.logging = false
end

screen = Sikuli::Screen.new
screen.click(10, 10) # should open your apple menu

app = Sikuli::App.new("iPhone Simulator")
app.window.click('ui_element.png') if app.window.find('ui_element.png')

Running the test suite

  1. You need to open test_area.jpg in Preview from spec/support/images/ directory before running tests.
  2. You also need to open the TextEdit app

Examples