Thanks for the good info Chris.
I'll look into the project. However, I hope that I can find a solution using
The dispatch provides all the functionalities I need.
Best regards / Med venlig hilsen
From: Python-list [mailto:python-list-bounces+demu=senncom....@python.org] On
Behalf Of Chris Angelico
Sent: 3. juni 2014 11:46
Subject: Re: Automating windows media player on win7
On Tue, Jun 3, 2014 at 7:42 PM, Deogratius Musiige
> Hi Chris,
> I want to have wmplayer as part of my automitized test for a headset
> via the USB HID.
> I want to be able to execute some of the following operations in my
> 1. Play
> 2. Get playing track
> 3. Next
> 4. Get active device
> 5. …
> I am not sure if you are able to do this with your project
Play, definitely. Next, not specifically, but by sending the letter 'n' you can
achieve that. Active device? Not sure what you mean there.
The one part that doesn't exist is "Get playing track". But you could manage
this the other way around, by not invoking a playlist at all.
If you run "vlc --play-and-exit some_file.wav", then when that process
terminates, the track has finished. Kill the process or send Ctrl-Q to skip to
the next track. Keep track (pun intended) of what file you've most recently
I'm not sure how this ties in with your headset testing, though.
By the look of things, the Yosemite project isn't a "here it is, just deploy
it" solution, but you may find that there's some useful code you can borrow.