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ReadMe.md

AutoItLibrary

Changelog:

Added Python 3 support

Introduction

AutoItLibrary is a Python keyword library that extends Robot Framework (http://code.google.com/p/robotframework/) by providing keywords based on the COM interface to AutoIt (http://www.autoitscript.com/autoit3/index.shtml). AutoIt is a freeware tool for automating the Windows GUI.

In order to do screenshots, the AutoItLibrary uses the Open Source Python Image Library tool PIL (http://www.pythonware.com/products/pil/).

Installation

Make sure you run the installation command with administrative privilages.

pip install

pip install robotframework-autoitlibrary

source install

AutoItLibrary installs its own file and, if not already present, the 3rd party AutoIt and PIL tools. To install, unzip the release file into a temporary directory on your PC, open a command window in that directory and type:

python setup.py install

This installation creates the folder:

C:\RobotFramework\Extensions\AutoItLibrary

on your PC and puts various files into this directory folder.

Documentation

AutoItLibrary documentation is installed by the installation process into:

C:\RobotFramework\Extensions\AutoItLibrary\AutoItLibrary.html

The AutoItX documentation is also installed into this folder as AutoItX.chm.

Tests

The AutoItLibrary installer puts a suite of self-tests here:

C:\RobotFramework\Extensions\AutoItLibrary\tests

To run these tests, which exercise the Windows Calculator GUI, run the RunTests.bat file in the above folder.

Note: Windows 10 Calculator is not supported.