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UIAutomationWinforms is a project of the Mono Accessibility team. Its purpose is to implement provider pattern interfaces defined in Microsoft's UI Automation (UIA) specification for the standard controls provided by System.Windows.Forms. More information about the Mono Accessibility team and UIA on Linux can be found on our wiki: http://www.mono-project.com/Accessibility 1. Package contents =================== Implementation of UIA providers for Mono's Winforms controls. This package provides the following assemblies: UIAutomationWinforms.dll: Contains infrastructure for getting info from Mono's Winforms controls, creating providers for the controls, and interfacing with the UIA core to get provider information to the native accessibility bridge (eg UiaAtkBridge). 2. Compilation and Installation =============================== a. Build Requirements --------------------- To build UIAutomationWinforms, you will need the following components: * pkg-config * mono >= 2.4 * mono-data >= 2.2 * gtk-sharp2 * glib-sharp2 * mono-uia >= 1.0 (provided by UIAutomation package) * Tests require nunit >= 2.4.7 b. Building the Software ------------------------ If you obtained this package as an officially released tarball, this is very simple, use configure and make: ./configure --prefix=/usr/local make make install c. Building the Software from SVN --------------------------------- If you obtained this package from Subversion, use autogen.sh: ./autogen.sh --prefix=/usr/local make make install Please note that unreleased versions of this software may require an unreleased version of Mono. The Mono a11y team must sometimes patch Mono's Winforms controls to enhance UIA support. In that case, it is recommended to install this package, Mono, and other dependencies in a parallel environment. Instructions are available on the wiki: http://mono-project.com/Accessibility:_Getting_Started_With_Development http://www.mono-project.com/Parallel_Mono_Environments