Create Linux input device drivers with Python.
Pointer does not move if the device is created without button descriptors, because buttonless pointer device is not recognized as a mouse by Xorg.
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=============== Python-uinput =============== Python-uinput is Python interface to Linux uinput kernel module which allows attaching userspace device drivers into kernel. In practice, Python-uinput makes it dead simple to create virtual joysticks, keyboards and mice for generating arbitrary input events programmatically. Author: Tuomas Räsänen <email@example.com> Homepage: <http://tjjr.fi/sw/python-uinput/> Usage examples ============== Generate keyboard clicks: import uinput device = uinput.Device([uinput.KEY_E, uinput.KEY_H, uinput.KEY_L, uinput.KEY_O]) device.emit_click(uinput.KEY_H) device.emit_click(uinput.KEY_E) device.emit_click(uinput.KEY_L) device.emit_click(uinput.KEY_L) device.emit_click(uinput.KEY_O) Move mouse cursor: import uinput device = uinput.Device([uinput.REL_X, uinput.REL_Y, uinput.BTN_LEFT, uinput.BTN_RIGHT]) for i in range(20): device.emit(uinput.REL_X, 5) device.emit(uinput.REL_Y, 5) Generate keyboard combinations: import uinput device = uinput.Device([uinput.KEY_LEFTALT, uinput.KEY_TAB]) device.emit_combo([uinput.KEY_LEFTALT, uinput.KEY_TAB]) See examples/ for other kind of example devices (keyboard, joystick). How to install ============== Just run the following commands: python setup.py build python setup.py install How to report bugs ================== The bug database is hosted in Launchpad. If you have found a bug or have an improvement idea you want to share, please report it at <https://bugs.launchpad.net/python-uinput>. However, to avoid duplicate bug reports, before reporting, please check if similiar or identical bug has already been reported. If so, you can still subscribe to the existing bug to track its progress. If you are unsure whether the problem you have is due to a bug, you can always ask questions at <https://answers.launchpad.net/python-uinput>. How to contribute ================= In addition to reporting bugs and improvement suggestions, you are encouraged to contribute bug-fixes or features. The source code is maintained in Git and the main repository is hosted at GitHub, <https://github.com/tuomasjjrasanen/python-uinput/>. The preferred way to contibute code is to clone the main Git repository and send a pull-request. Good old patches via email are also accepted. How to copy =========== Python-uinput is free (libre) software and licensed under the terms of GNU Public License version 3 or later. In short, it means that you are free to copy, modify and redistribute this software as long as you place the derivative work under a compatible license. See COPYING for details.