In Linux you can use the shell scripting (such as Bash) along with relevant command-line tools described below.
This is a command-line tool for faking input from the mouse and keyboard. It also supports window manager actions such as moving, activating, and other actions on windows.
Home page: jordansissel/xdotool at GitHub
Install via: sudo apt-...
If you are using Windows, the command windows (cmd.exe) will provide you with a similar/useful command, known as tree.
You can direct the output to a text file using the > character.
The command syntax is:
tree /a /f > filename.txt
The /a will not give you the little lines, but removing it will do so. The /f switch displays all folders below the ...
I also would have expected you could find something for .NET (and thus PowerShell). And maybe some of those things you already found would work for you if you gave them a fair try.
But the first thought that comes to my mind when you talk about the functionality you want is the classic Unix program expect. This is pretty much the standard way to script a ...
You might want to try Lua.
It is embeddable in C or C++
It is portable (works on all platforms that have a C compiler)
It is a rather easy language
You can call into Lua from C++ and the other way round (even nested multiple times)
You have full control over which functionality/objects/... are provided to the scripts
From my understanding it should be ...
Python? It is Object-Oriented. Integers size is dynamic, can be 64 bit signed/unsigned. Some popular games uses it - Civilization IV for sure, I think I have found some Python files in Act of War: Direct Action files as well.
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ipset create ban hash:net maxelem 200000 timeout 300
ipset create whitemac hash:mac
ipset add whitemac 00:12:00:34:00:56 (add all macs one at time)
ipset save -f /somewhere/ipset.conf
on boot up you need
ipset restore -f /somewhere/ipset.conf
manually add addresses to block list
ipset add ban 1....
Indeed, combining worksheets and databases, simple scripts are more suitable than Power Query. But easy-to-learn and easy-to-use processing scripts are rare. You can try esProc. I have a small example of this, and you can refer to:
A2=DB.query("select ORDERID,SELLERID,AMOUNT from sales")
Not sure if OpenSCAD is what you're looking for. From their about page:
OpenSCAD is software for creating solid 3D CAD models. It is free software and available for Linux/UNIX, Windows and Mac OS X. Unlike most free software for creating 3D models (such as Blender) it does not focus on the artistic aspects of 3D modelling but instead on the ...
If you mean the drawing of preudo-graphic lines in the text file, I recommend CudaText editor, with its plugin "Draw Lines". Install Draw Lines in menu Plugins / Addon Manager / Install. Then call this plugin from Plugins / Draw Lines.
I painted small block set for you:
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I had the problem before of ticking lots of checkboxes (into the hundreds). I found that, when the checkbox was in focus, pressing space toggled it (test this with your application). Changing the focus was possible with the arrow keys, or tab.
I then used powershell to automate this (basically I created a macro), but the point is: Try if you can get the ...
If Linux: http://linci.tp23.org/ might fit the bill, it is written pretty much in bash.
Server components are tsp and cron so that it limits running too many jobs at the same time. Designed to resolve the problem that Jenkins is too big to run on micro instances.
Missing in the list of tools is the UI Vision tool.
Perhaps the single greatest thing about AutoIt, which all others seem to lack is that it does not rely on x,y coordinates - one can search for a window by title (even wait for it to appear).
Sikuli and UI Vision can both do it with built-in OCR