[python-win32] Need help in MKS

kerneldude kerneldude at gmail.com
Thu Mar 12 11:40:17 CET 2009

Hi Tem,

Ya i have an application and i need to test that application by providing
fake input from keyboard and mouse .

In which i need to shoot keystrokes and need to compare it with standard US
keyboard keystrokes values . and need to verify if it is correct.

Same is true for mouse movement i.e if i am clicking right, left button i
need to check whether my application is giving correct o/p.

If that mouse is having scroll button, whether it is working or not on

My Application works on linux as well as on windows too.



On Wed, Mar 11, 2009 at 9:50 PM, Tim Roberts <timr at probo.com> wrote:

> kerneldude wrote:
> >
> > I need to work on all the standard keyboard strokes i.e <standard
> > windows menu button, capslock, numlocks, tab key, ESC etc>
> >
> > And on mouse point of view i need to work on mouse events, scrolling ,
> >
> > If i am running my scripts it should test all the keystrokes and mouse
> > functionality on the particular Operating system as in my case
> > Windows, linux favour. and i should have log information of each and
> > every check.
> This STILL doesn't say anything about what you actually plan to do.
> For example, are you developing mouse and keyboard hardware, and you
> want to test whether they actually do the right thing?  Are you testing
> an application you are developing, and you want to inject fake data into
> that application to see how it responds?  Are you trying to learn how to
> write filter drivers to add some kind of hardware features?  Those are
> three VERY different kinds of tasks, requiring very different approaches.
> The more specific you can be, the better the advice we can offer.
> --
> Tim Roberts, timr at probo.com
> Providenza & Boekelheide, Inc.
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