xnee  3.19
About: GNU Xnee is a suite of programs that can record, replay and distribute user actions under the X11 environment.
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GNU Xnee is a GNU package.

For more information about GNU Xnee, please visit: http://www.sandklef.com/xnee/

For more information about GNU, please visit http://www.gnu.org

Xnee consists of three parts:

  1. libxnee (libxnee is basically xnee) A library containing most of the functionality.

  2. xnee (xnee's not an event emulator) A command line program using libxnee

  3. gnee (gnee's not an emulator either) A GUI program using libxnee

  4. pnee A Gnome Panel Applet

To build these three programs do the following:

Building from dist file (e.g xnee-3.02.tar.gz):

#Unzip the source file gunzip xnee-3.02.tar.gz

#Untar the source file tar xvf xnee-3.02.tar

#Enter the Xnee directory cd xnee-3.02

#Generate the makefiles and build ./configure make make install

if you need help on the configure options, do ./configure --help

Typically you can:

  • disable building gnee (--disable-gui)
  • disable building documentation (--disable-doc)
  • enable building of pnee (--enable-gnome-applet)

Building from CVS:

#Check out xnee cvs -z3 -d:pserver:anonymous@cvs.savannah.gnu.org:/sources/xnee co xnee

#Enter the Xnee directory cd xnee

#Generate the makefiles and build

make -f Makefile.cvs ./configure make make install