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  • Inq1ltd at Aug 23, 2013 at 3:13 pm
    Python help,


    I am running iMacros from linux/firefox
    and doing most of what I want.


    But, there are times when I want to do
    something of the net and then back
    to the iMacros script.


    Are there any projects out there
    that will connect python to imacros,
    something on the order of pexpect?


    There is a commercial version available
    for $400.00 If I could justify the cost,
    I would probably pay it.


    jimonlinux
    inqvista.com










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  • Michael Torrie at Aug 24, 2013 at 4:03 pm

    On 08/23/2013 09:13 AM, inq1ltd wrote:
    Python help,

    I am running iMacros from linux/firefox
    and doing most of what I want.

    But, there are times when I want to do
    something of the net and then back
    to the iMacros script.

    Are there any projects out there
    that will connect python to imacros,
    something on the order of pexpect?

    I have no idea really, but you can drive Firefox using a thing called
    selenium. http://docs.seleniumhq.org/


    There is a python library for interfacing with selenium, and from that
    you can drive firefox from python.
  • Inq1ltd at Aug 24, 2013 at 6:07 pm

    On 08/23/2013 09:13 AM, inq1ltd wrote:
    Python help,

    I am running iMacros from
    linux/firefox and doing most of
    what I want.

    But, there are times when I want to
    do something of the net and then
    back to the iMacros script.

    Are there any projects out there
    that will connect python to imacros,
    something on the order of pexpect?
    I have no idea really, but you can
    drive Firefox using a thing called
    selenium.
    http://docs.seleniumhq.org/

    There is a python library for
    interfacing with selenium, and from
    that you can drive firefox from
    python.

    I've looked at the site. Sounds like something I'll try. Thanks for the reply.


    jimonlinux
















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