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  • Yep. http://search.cpan.org/~psme/Win32-Screenshot-1.20/Screenshot.pm Hi, All, > > > Is there a way to take a screen shot of the entire > monitor, or certain app, with Perl? > > I am using Microsoft Windows. >
    Alex Morozov Oct 11, 2006
  • > > Hi all, > > I am newbie to win32guitest. > > Can anybody tell me how to get > the handle to a button in a window.The button has no text in it > Hi. If a button doesn`t have a text, you should determine its classname and index. I use AutoInfo from AutoIt. Then, pass the classname to the FindWindow() and pick a certain button from the returned array by its index. Maybe, there is...
    Alex Morozov Jul 26, 2006
  • Hi. It seems you can`t do that directly. Here`s the explanation: http://search.cpan.org/dist/WWW-Mechanize/lib/WWW/Mechanize/FAQ.pod Well, you can pass urls through a browser and get rendered html from it... But it`s tricky a bit. ) > Hi all, > > Is there any module to automate "HTML pages created with the help of > Java script". > > I just checked with Win32::SAM module, the...
    Alex Morozov Jun 8, 2006
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  • Hi. > I would like to know where can i get perl > how to install and work on it > It depends on what OS do you have. On most *nix systems it`s installed by default, and on Windows you should use an ActiveState installer: http://activestate.com > Suggest a good beginners guide > > There are many. "Programming Perl, 3rd ed." is worth looking at.
    Alex Morozov May 30, 2006
  • Hi. > Am i doing something wrong? Is there any other file (cl.exe) which is > missing? > Yes, in order to compile GuiTest, you have to install Microsoft C compiler (cl.exe) and other build tool (linker, etc.). Also, before running nmake, you should execute vcvars32.bat to properly setup the building environment.
    Alex Morozov May 26, 2006
  • Hello. Checking value of *$^O may help you. Also, consider 'perldoc perlvar'. *
    Alex Morozov May 24, 2006
  • Oh, sorry, typo ). Win32::GuiTest, of course. > Thanks dude... I think this module Win32 will help me really... :) > >
    Alex Morozov May 18, 2006
  • Hi. Well, if you post such a question to the perl mailing list, sure you already know the answer ). Definitely, perl + Win32GuiTest is the best tool to automate Windows GUI. Of course, there are some tools around worth mentioning, such as AutoIt, but I personally prefer perl because of it`s incredible power and simplicity. Don`t forget, in perl you have not only GUI automation...
    Alex Morozov May 18, 2006
  • Can you provide your sample code? > Hi all > > Been banging my head against this for the last 2-3 hours, and its > driving me nuts. > > ActivePerl 5.8.6. > Win32 Gui Test v1.50.5 (install from ppd file) > > I cannot get SendRawKey to send *anything* to the active window (testing > with Notepad right now). I want to be able to send Left Alt Down, Left > Alt Up, but its not sending...
    Alex Morozov Mar 13, 2006
  • It seems you have to install Test::More package. Which Perl distributive are you using? > Hi > > I tried to install Win32-GuiTest-1.50.3-ad downloaded from > http://search.cpan.org/dist/Win32-GuiTest/ > . > > [skip]
    Alex Morozov Mar 9, 2006