[RC3] [HowTo] Use Sikuli with Eclipse, NetBeans, Jython, plain JAVA, ...
- eclipse netbeans jython
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- RaiMan on on 2013-05-18
*** This FAQ is based on the features of Sikuli X-1.0rc2 ***
Here you can find a detailed description on Python scripting in other IDE's using Sikuli features:
Look here, if you want to use Sikuli in Java programs:
---------- general Requirements
-- have the actual Java RE installed
-- install Sikuli in its standard place
Windows: path-to-sikuli\libs and path-to-
-- this is automatically done by the installer
-- with zipped version: %PATH%: do it yourself, use %SIK_HOME% to point to Sikuli
Mac: Sikuli-IDE.app in /Applications is sufficient, no need to put it elsewhere
Linux: make your decision where to install and set up $PATH to contain path-to-sikuli\libs
----------- General Requirements to run Sikuli from within an IDE like NetBeans, Eclipse, ...
-- when using Jython (e.g. as IDE Python plugin):
-- interested in using Jython 2.5.2: https:/
-- in Java: import org.sikuli.
-- in Jython: from sikuli.Sikuli import *
---------- use sikuli-script.jar from commandline
everything you need is documented here: